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A St. Louis coop works through the kinks as it transitions from sole proprietorship
Garrity Tools is still figuring out its pay structure and job roles a year later. “I think we're gonna get this right," Collin Garrity says.
St. Louis’ minimum wage is dropping today
Starting today, more than 30,000 workers in St. Louis could see their paychecks shrink. The city’s minimum wage is dropping from $10 an hour to $7.70. That’s because of a new state law that says cities can’t set a higher minimum wage than the state. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Why St. Louis was named a 'judicial hellhole'
Big jury verdicts have made Missouri a target for tort reform.
Can a spy agency fight urban blight in St. Louis?
A $1.75 billion project displaced a neighborhood in hopes of revitalizing it.
Voters disappointed, but not surprised, by debate
Many voters wanted to hear about the economy, but heard political drama instead.
Ahead of debate, voters disappointed with choices
Jobs, taxes, and race are on the minds of St. Louis voters ahead of second presidential debate.
Are red light cameras for safety or making money?
St. Louis officials hope to restart a controversial red light camera program
Meet me in St. Louis ... we'll leave for L.A. from there
The Rams are headed to a new $3 billion stadium ten miles from downtown L.A.
St. Louis weighs pros and cons of NFL stadium funding
The $1 billion stadium has enthusiastic supporters, and some who think it's irresponsible.
Minimum wage hike puts a city at odds with lawmakers
A bill prevents other cities from following St. Louis’ lead.