Republican senators Brian Nieves and John Lamping will host an event tonight featuring several speakers on the "Common Core" standards--what they are calling a federal takeover of education.
In his 2013 State of the Union Address Tuesday, President Barack Obama touched on immigration policy, gun control and the economy, among other national issues. In terms of infrastructure, he proposed a "Fix it First" plan that may affect Ladue and Fronten
Ruth Ahlemeier, a parent who filed a civil rights complaint about the "Senior List" at a Ladue High School, testified during a Missouri House of Representatives committee hearing in favor of an anti-bullying bill.
The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved a rate increase request by Ameren UE that will add $10 to the average bill. Laclede Gas is also asking the commission to let it raise rates on its customers.
Sen. Claire McCaskill is the projected winner of the U.S. Senate race in Missouri, defeating Republican challenger Rep. Todd Akin.
Visitors to Patch's debate viewing parties at Wehrenberg Theatres in St. Charles gave Obama the win while the Des Peres audience gave Romney a slight edge in the second presidential debate on Oct. 16, 2012.
The embattled Republican nominee for Missouri Senate is winning back support from those who asked him to drop out of the race.
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