A Missouri appeals court has upheld an ordinance in the suburban St. Louis city of Creve Coeur that imposes a $100 fine when cameras catch vehicles running red lights.
The Eastern District appeals court on Tuesday rejected an argument that the Creve Coeur ordinance violates due process rights by ticketing a vehicle's owner without knowing if the owner was driving when the vehicle ran a red light.
Officials in two suburbs of St. Louis have approved policies to control the deer populations.
Aldermen in the St. Louis County community of Town and Country voted 7-1 Monday for a six-month sharpshooting program. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the contract will go to White Buffalo Inc., the deer management firm that performed euthanasia and sterilization under previous city contracts.
The Smurfit-Stone building in downtown Chicago, a well-known fixture of the city's skyline. Smurfit-Stone, headquartered in Chicago and Creve Coeur, Mo. will be acquired by RockTenn of Norcross, Ga. (via Flickr/Chronochaser)