NexGen Mining Inc. plans to mine silica sand in Ste. Genevieve County despite blowback from residents.
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Two students in the district, which covers 90 square miles of St. Charles County, had sued over the policy, saying it violated their First Amendment rights.
More than 100 military installations are in states where abortion is now banned.
Though the change was approved in late June, it will not take effect until July 2023. That gives court officials time to make sure the computer system can handle the traffic, and to reinforce the importance of redacting personal or sensitive information.
The former U.S. attorney is expected to be on the November ballot for U.S. Senate along with Republican Eric Schmitt and Democrat Trudy Busch Valentine.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson formally requested federal assistance for people affected by devastating flash floods last week in St. Louis.
The neighborhood generates about 20% of the money that goes into St. Louis’ general fund but only accounts for 5% of citywide spending, according to a new economic impact analysis released Thursday by Greater St. Louis Inc.
Missouri’s average starting teacher salary ranks as one of the lowest in the nation. Educators recounted that new and veteran teachers often have to find second jobs to make ends meet.
Black business ownership is about 30% higher than it was before the pandemic, with that growth driven by women starting businesses. Some Black St. Louis women owners say it's not easy, but they want to inspire more women to become entrepreneurs.
Residents and officials from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency say more support is needed.
Republican Eric Schmitt, Democrat Trudy Busch Valentine and Independent candidate John Wood are on a November collision course.
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