The Missouri Court of Appeals came down hard yesterday on Arnold's red-light camera ordinance, ruling it violates the state's constitution. Like the many similar ordinances in Missouri, Arnold's arraignment with the Arizona-based Automated Traffic Solutions, Inc. relies on photos taken of vehicles ... More >>
Update below: The Missouri Court of Appeals has once again ruled that the controversial red-light cameras are legal and that municipalities have a right to regulate traffic in this manner. The decision today -- affirming key parts of a lower court's dismissal -- is tied to a Florissant case challeng ... More >>
St. John's Mercy Health System lost in today's ruling, which will allow a competitor to build a new facility in St. Louis County.The area's largest Catholic hospital system, St. John's Mercy Health System, has lost its bid to change the way new health care facilities are permitted in Missouri -- ... More >>
So the Cardinals are taking bids. Good luck.
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Assessment fiasco has politicians howling for county assessor's head -- but is he really to blame?
Francis G. Slay wants to push a troubled city to the future, and he doesn't think "politics" is a dirty word.