The Missouri Attorney General’s office says they have received 52 complaints against Tri County Fence and Deck over the last year. Local police departments as well as the City of Wentzville are investigating and taking action against the locally owned company.
A solution could be on the horizon for hundreds of St. Louis Public School students who have been left without school buses this year. It’s a story News 4′s been tracking for weeks now and talking with parents who are struggling to get their kids to school. Now, the district’s pledging that changes are coming.
A push to save lives and prevent suicide is making a difference across Missouri. Mercy Hospitals are training staff on how to better serve patients struggling with their mental health through the “Zero Suicide Initiative.”
In his special session call, Gov. Mike Parson directed lawmakers to cut the top income tax rate from 5.3% to 4.8%, as well as increase the standard deduction by $2,000 for single filers and $4,000 for couples. He limited tax cuts to a maximum $700 million price tag per year.
Since 2021, the City Justice Center (CJC) has seen uprisings, fights, broken locks and more. Now, a group of civil rights advocates are demanding transparency after several detainees died within a six-month period.