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Northside Regeneration
4:58 pm
Wed July 9, 2014

McKee Announces Progress In North St. Louis But No Plans For Streets And Sidewalks

Developer Paul McKee outlines his plans for an urgent care hospital at 25th Street and Maiden Lane on Wednesday. He estimates the project will cost between $12-$15 million and will be financed privately.
Credit Maria Altman (St. Louis Public Radio)

Developer Paul McKee unveiled plans Wednesday for an urgent care facility on the north side of St. Louis, but questions at the press event turned to the lack of infrastructure projects in McKee's massive, 1,500 acre redevelopment area.

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Bond issue proposal
11:05 pm
Wed January 23, 2013

Missouri Lawmakers To Consider Statewide Bond Issue For Infrastructure Improvements

Mo. Capitol
Marshall Griffin/St. Louis Public Radio

Missouri House members are proposing a statewide bond issue they say could launch a building boom across the Show-Me State.

House Speaker Tim Jones (R, Eureka) has created a special committee to examine several bonding proposals that could fund new buildings, repairs and upgrades on state property and college campuses.  The effort is bipartisan, as the Republican speaker has appointed Democrat Chris Kelly of Columbia to chair the committee.  Kelly says the proposal can be done without raising taxes, unless transportation needs are included.

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Politics
5:40 pm
Fri September 28, 2012

Akin Defends 'Unladylike' Characterization, Regains Support From Top GOP

Republican Congressman Todd Akin.
(UPI/Bill Greenblatt)

U.S. Senate Candidate Todd Akin is dismissing the controversy over his use of the word “ladylike” to describe his opponent, Claire McCaskill.

Referring to the first debate between the two candidates Akin said that McCaskill wasn’t behaving as “ladylike” as she did in her first campaign for Senate in 2006.

McCaskill rebuked Akin’s choice of words during an interview on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, saying that she is once again "at a loss" to describe Todd Akin.

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Park bonds
5:00 pm
Fri November 18, 2011

Bonds for St. Louis city parks clear one hurdle, others remain

The Board of Aldermen today gave preliminary approval to a bill that asks the city to issue $64 million in bonds, including $30 million for Forest Park.
(via Flickr/ChrisYunker)

The St. Louis Board of Aldermen appears likely to meet an end-of-the-year deadline to pass a bond issue for the city’s parks, giving initial approval today to legislation that would issue $64 million in debt to fund major capital repairs at the more than 100 parks in the city limit.

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O'Fallon Ex-CIA officer
1:56 pm
Tue January 25, 2011

Ex-CIA agent from O'Fallon charged with leak granted bond

The seal of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. An ex-agent of the agency charged with allegedly leaking classified information to a New York Times reporter has been granted bond in Virginia. (via Flickr/ Jonathan Narvey)

A Virginia judge has granted bond to a former CIA officer from O'Fallon accused of leaking government secrets about Iran to a reporter for the New York Times.

Jeffrey Sterling had been in custody since his arrest on Jan. 6 on charges that he illegally disclosed classified documents to reporter James Risen between 2001 and 2006.

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