St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Ken Leiser shares the results of survey finding that "Blacks are far more likely than whites to live in poverty, to be unemployed and to drop out of school in the St. Louis region."
Sep 24, 2014   St. Louis Post-Dispatch
<p>Urban school closings in St. Louis are being blasted by community members for draining the souls of many of the city's neighborhoods.</p>
Feb 25, 2008   St. Louis Post-Dispatch
<p>In recent decades, traffic volumes have risen rapidly throughout the United States. But a report by the East-West Gateway Council of Governments argues that growth rates in traffic volume may be tapering off.</p>
Feb 23, 2008   St. Louis Post-Dispatch
<p>A regional government report shows a slowdown in traffic growth in Metropolitan St. Louis, but state highway officials still plan to expand highways.</p>
Feb 20, 2008   St. Louis Post-Dispatch
<p>Joining the ranks of other major American cities like Chicago, San Francisco and Houston, St. Louis has lost its bid to build a citywide wi-fi network. AT&amp;T cites high costs as it pulls out.</p>
Oct 28, 2007   St. Louis Post-Dispatch
<p>Centene Corporation will build its new corporate headquarters at mixed-use Ballpark Village development in Downtown St. Louis City instead of Downtown Clayton, a suburb and the region's 'second downtown'</p>
Sep 23, 2007   St. Louis Post-Dispatch
<p>In a bid to revive the city's downtown and riverfront, some St. Louis officials want to reclaim some of the 91 pastoral acres now dedicated for the Gateway Arch National Park.</p>
Sep 4, 2007   St. Louis Post-Dispatch
<p>Officials and developers in St. Louis continue their quest to draw a Major League Soccer team to the city with recently revealed plans for a major stadium-housing-retail-office complex.</p>
Aug 11, 2007   St. Louis Post-Dispatch
<p>In Missouri, towns are embracing New Urbanism and reviving main street districts or even creating new downtowns where they didn't exist.</p>
Aug 2, 2007   St. Louis Post-Dispatch
<p>Several communities have used ordinances to favor masonry over vinyl siding, but the practice is being challenged by a lawsuit arguing that the added cost prices out low-income minorities.</p>
Jun 27, 2007   St. Louis Post-Dispatch
<p>A navigation channeling project started in the early 1900s destroyed more than 300,000 acres of midwest wetlands. Now, a new pumping system on the Mississippi River is reviving the wetlands and rejuvenating their wildlife populations.</p>
Apr 13, 2007   St. Louis Post-Dispatch