Edwardsville, ILTelegraph

Zoning board OK's six requests

EDWARDSVILLE — Three requests from businesses and three residential zoning requests were approved Tuesday by the Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals. The business requests include a new restaurant in the clubhouse at Holiday Shores, a training area for the Operating Engineers and a freight terminal. The requests now go...

Peek Inside: Exquisite $2.3 million home tucked in Ladue cul-de-sac

LADUE, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- In a tree-lined, cul-de-sac street, you find a magnificent Ladue house with extensive renovations and everything you could possibly want in a home. The 25 Berkley Lane property comes with 4,621 square feet of living space, with six bedrooms, four full bathrooms and three half bathrooms. Built in 1943, the house has heated floors, nine skylights and six fireplaces. Two full kitchens and mini kitchen in the master bedroom as well as a 'party' kitchen in the garage.
Saint Louis, MOPosted by

You Paid for It: Metro worker shortage

ST. LOUIS – Our You Paid for It Team has learned Bi-State Development Agency has cut back on Metro bus service because of a driver shortage. All told, Metro is short about 150 drivers. Things have gotten so bad, they’re using managers to operate buses and trains. Bi-State CEO Taulby...
Saint Louis, MOSt. Louis Post-Dispatch

St. Louis downtown jail sees another disturbance

ST. LOUIS — Detainees at the downtown St. Louis jail caused a disruption Tuesday afternoon when roughly 20 people refused to return to their cells following their allotted recreation time, a top jail official said. Primarily younger detainees with "pretty violent histories" housed in a unit at the City Justice...
Saint Louis, MOSt. Louis Post-Dispatch

St. Louis aldermanic president demands changes to mayor’s health order

ST. LOUIS — City leaders on Wednesday continued to clash over how to spend the latest round of federal aid — and who should be in charge of it. Aldermanic President Lewis Reed called on Mayor Tishaura O. Jones to rescind parts of a public health proclamation giving her health director power to spend without consulting the Board of Aldermen.
Saint Louis, MOKMOV

Exclusive video shows latest chaos inside St. Louis City's Justice Center

St. Louis City's jail saw yet another uprising, but unlike the ones earlier this year, this one remained within the walls of the Justice Center. Video obtained by News 4 shows the city losing control inside the jail again. The video from inside a cell block shows a maintenance worker appearing to do some work to a cell door around 1:45 p.m. on Tuesday.