St. Louis, MO – A St. Louis County school bus driver is facing charges after a call from a concerned citizen alerted police to the erratically-driven bus.
St. John police say 26-year-old bus driver Jermain Sims had a bag of marijuana on him as he drove seven children to school this morning. Sims was also wanted on an outstanding drug warrant, and was charged with speeding.
Voters in Iowa won't go to the polls to pick presidential nominees until next January, but the race for the White House in 2004 is already well underway.
Missouri Congressman Dick Gephardt is among six Democrats vying for the party nomination. He's visited Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina in recent weeks because those states hold the earliest primaries.
East St. Louis, IL – A judge Tuesday upheld the East St. Louis election board's decision to bump Mayor Debra Powell and two City Council candidates from the February 25th primary ballot.
The three had asked a judge to reverse an election board decision because they say commissioners broke open meetings laws during a closed-door meeting. In that meeting, the board took the three off the ballot for technical errors committed while filing for candidacy.
Missouri Governor Bob Holden on Tuesday explained details of a proposal that calls for substantial budget cuts for the state's public schools. Missy Shelton prepared this report on the controversial announcement...