“The arguments were basically that the lawsuit we filed was too long and too confusing for them to respond to,” an attorney for the plaintiffs said. The case is now continuing.
St. Clair County Circuit Judge Ronald Duebbert, who'd been temporarily suspended since July 2020, will suspended for at least another year for making false statements to police.
At the end of the Illinois Legislature's veto session, lawmakers passed an amendment to the SAFE-T Act on Thursday.
On the first day of prefiling, both state Democrat and Republican legislators proposed measures to increase school security.
The Gamma Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority plans to turn the north St. Louis home of Ethel Hedgemon Lyle, one of its founders, into a museum for Black women. The chapter’s foundation also will build a community center next to the museum.
A new report from the USDA shows that rural areas are continuing to see growth among people over 65 while the working-age population continues to decline.
Dhati died from complications related to leukemia on Friday November 11. He spent the past two months with his twin brother, Terry, who considers their final days together a blessing.
A St. Louis ordinance lets courts banish people from huge swaths of the city as a punishment for petty crimes. These neighborhood orders of protection often prevent people from accessing the services they need and raise constitutional questions.
Librarians Tammy Jones of St. Louis County Library and Megan Temple of St. Louis Public Library will share their favorite books released in 2022.
Officials don’t have to spend the more than $500 million quickly because the money has fewer strings attached to it compared to other recent influxes of cash.
Artinces Smith wants to coach people interested in a vegan lifestyle.
Produced in St. Louis, “Drawn In” aims to raise literacy outcomes for Black and Brown students.
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