The Board of Commissioners of Franklin County will discuss controversial changes to its zoning ordinance tomorrow.
Up for approval is permit language allowing the utility company AmerenUE to build a coal ash landfill next to its plant in Labadie, Mo.
Patricia Shuban is the Director of the Labadie Environmental Organization, which opposes any rule that would allow Ameren to store toxic substances in the Missouri River floodplain.
Houston now has one fewer problem to worry about.
Moon dust apparently smuggled years ago from Johnson Space Center is now back in Houston - from St. Louis.
The Saint Louis County Health Department has found the first mosquitoes of the season carrying West Nile Virus.
Mosquitoes testing positive for the virus have been found in St. Louis Co. communities including Clayton, Florissant, Hanley Hills, Lemay, Manchester, Mehlville, Richmond Heights.
No human cases have been reported.
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