Travelers using Lambert Airport will see some new renovation disruptions beginning next week.
Airport officials say a major phase of its renovation plan will impact Concourse B and Concourse D checkpoint areas, meaning detours for arriving and departing passengers. Construction walls will be erected around the checkpoint throughout the final two weeks of July, as well as in the atrium above in the ticketing area.
You can see the latest updates to the airport's renovation plan here.
Brent Farris spent six years eluding U.S. authorities by moving through a host of countries.
Now, finally, Farris is going to prison.
The former St. Louis art gallery owner was sentenced to 14 months on Friday for failure to appear.
Farris originally pleaded guilty to bankruptcy fraud in July 2004, admitting that he transferred ownership of an oil painting to someone else so that person could have it auctioned and conceal the proceeds in his bankruptcy case.
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich has acknowledged that his campaign failed to follow a state law requiring quick reporting of certain campaign contributions.
The law requires statewide officeholders to report contributions greater than $500 to the state Ethics Commission within 48 hours of receiving them, if those donations occur while the Legislature is in session or the governor is considering whether to sign or veto bills. The governor had until Thursday to act on bills.