Aldermen are scheduled to again discuss the bill Monday. Some aldermen said there were not enough votes to move the proposal forward, but Chairman Stephen Conway said he tabled it over aldermen's requests for more information on the financing agreement with the city and investors from SC STL.

St. Louis soccer stadium funding plan stalls again
The office of St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch said interpretations that students who fight could be charged with felonies were incorrect. The statement points out that the new statutes do not introduce more severe penalties for assault nor create additional avenues for juveniles to be charged with such crimes.

Prosecutors say new Missouri laws will not lead to felony charges for students
The suspect, a 79-year-old man, was arrested at the Lafayette Towne senior housing complex, in the 1400 block of Ohio Avenue. Police said the man fatally shot the woman in the office of the building about 1 p.m.

Man, 79, fatally shoots manager of St. Louis senior housing complex over missing money
A Missourian will introduce him, and Trump will later parade down an avenue whose prominence in American history is due, in part, to St. Louis. A divided country will be reflected in the thousands who have arrived to witness this quadrennial swearing-in ceremony, and in protestors gathering with them.

Trump's inauguration day arrives with a Missouri hue
In a "ransomware attack" late Wednesday or early Thursday, hackers demanded an amount in bitcoin to reopen the library's server, said Jen Hatton, spokeswoman for the library system.

Hack of St. Louis Public Library freezes checkouts, 700 computers
A woman stabbed her grandmother in a home during an argument Wednesday night, then put her victim in a car and drove away, police said.

Teen allegedly stabs grandmother in St. Louis home
Gun violence is just one of many burdens some people in our region carry.

The Crisis Within
Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez has become just the fourth Puerto Rican player and first catcher from that island to be elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Rodriguez says he already knows the identity of the second Puerto Rican catcher who will be elected: Yadier Molina.

New Hall of Famer 'Pudge' says Yadi will be one, too
Kerry Soraci helps breast cancer survivors by creating tattoos of the nipple and areola following reconstruction. But Facebook said her posts that show examples of her work did not meet the social media site's "community standards." The social network disabled her pages, and said they would not be reactivated.

Photos of breast cancer tattoos get St. Louis woman booted from Facebook
The nation's capital leading into a modern inauguration is like a living organism being slowly squeezed by a boa constrictor. It's the new security order of the post-9/11 world.

Washington, D.C. slowly constricting to an inaugural security state
The Show-Me State finished in the the top half of all states. Just barely.

Missouri at dead center of best states for families
In a scathing state audit, she was was accused of acting almost daily to spend taxpayer money intended for classrooms for her own benefit. Over two years ending in 2014, the audit alleged that Critchlow racked up about $100,000 in questionable expenses on three school district credit cards for things such as iTunes gift cards, shampoo, watches, wedding gifts and a garlic press.

Former Fox schools chief won't face state charges for spending practices
"Will and Grace" is coming back, "This Is Us" gets two more seasons. Chat live with TV critic Gail Pennington about recent TV announcements, her trip to LA and more at 1 p.m. today, or post questions and comments in advance.

Chat live with TV critic Gail Pennington
While hockey games are known for their rowdy crowds and on-ice fights, players are “open-hearted, open-minded people,” said Steve Chapman, a vice president with the Blues. “They are very inclusive.”

St. Louis Blues promote LGBT inclusion with its first ever Pride night tonight
The difference between what the team is offering and what Carlos Martinez wants is $350,000 - which is small potatoes in the big-bucks baseball business.

BenFred: Cards run risk of alienating Martinez over small sum of money
The farmer will be on probation after pleading guilty to lesser charges.

Yes, Missouri farmer admits going after relatives with a hay-fork loader through windshield
Bill sponsor Alderman Christine Ingrassia said the proposal would now allocate about $60 million in new tax revenue to the $200 million project. The previous proposal called for an $80 million city contribution.

St. Louis soccer stadium funding bill revived, city would pay $60 million
Police in Kirkwood say the case that triggered the alert involved a burglar who forced open a door of home near campus, then ran off.

Despite Meramec campus alert, there was no gunman on loose, Kirkwood police say
The victim was found conscious and breathing when rescuers first arrived at about 2:15 a.m. but died later at a hospital.

St. Louis shooting victim found near Hickey Park dies at hospital
If they never get in, Gordo writes, baseball's Hall of Fame becomes the Hall of Really Good Sportswriter-Approved Ballplayers.

Tipsheet: Enshrinement inevitable for Bonds, Clemens