Tag: St. Louis

Midwest Litigation Services, Midwest Trial Services, and Aequitas ADR Services to change name to Alaris

ST. LOUIS – Midwest Litigation Services, Midwest Trial Services, and Aequitas ADR Services has officially changed its name to Alaris. The new name, Alaris, is a Latin word which means auxiliary troops. The company says this reflects the company’s mission to be a support team for its clients. The company, originally […]

M.O. Political advocating for authenticity from Democrats

“We have not allowed them to be people … we don’t allow our politicians to say s— when they stub their toe like the rest of us do” ST. LOUIS – The abbreviation M. O. usually signifies the Show-Me State, but for the progressive political consulting firm based out of […]

St. Louis convention prepares unions to ‘kick ass when time comes’

ST. LOUIS – National and international union groups have poured into St. Louis for the national AFL-CIO convention. President of the Missouri AFL-CIO Mike Louis was among some of the representatives to welcome the various labor factions to St. Louis. He mentioned that despite several laws which have put pressure […]

Governor pitches Missouri to Amazon, touting hyperloop and the future

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Who wants Amazon’s second headquarters in their city? Basically everyone. Missourians and cities across the nation have utilized several different avenues in their attempt to draw the attention of Amazon, including Kansas City Mayor Sly James’ reviewing of Amazon products, Tucson’s sending of a 21-foot saguaro […]

Richard: Not considering filing merger legislation ‘at this time’

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Social media has been abuzz with rumors that the Senate President Pro Tem intending to file legislation to merge the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County. That information came about following a tweet from Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul, who alluded to the potential filing […]

Missouri Hyperloop Coalition conducting hyper loop study

KANSAS CITY – The Missouri Department of Transportation, along with the St. Louis Regional Chamber, Kansas City Tech Council, University of Missouri System, and the Missouri Innovation Center in Columbia have announced the creation of the Missouri Hyperloop Coalition. The coalition is designed to conduct a study to determine the […]

Attorney General hires outside counsel to investigate alleged wrongdoings in Stockley case, but at what cost?

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Tension has only increased in the days following a judge’s decision to acquit former St. Louis Police officer Jason Stockley of the first-degree murder charge in the 2011 shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith, as protesters’ continued cries for justice ring through the streets of St. […]

Corporate Apportionment laws may help provide the ‘stable, business friendly environment’ Amazon wants

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – As the deadline quickly approaches for cities across the U.S. and Canada to submit their applications for consideration for the new Amazon headquarters, many are looking inwards to assess Amazon’s criteria. Among other things, Amazon is asking for cities to “identify incentive programs available for the […]

Ferguson vs. Stockley protests: How are Greitens’ campaign promises holding up?

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – When Governor Eric Greitens was still on the campaign trail in 2016, Missourians wanted to know from the gubernatorial candidates just how they would handle a situation like that of Ferguson, one that dominated the news cycle in 2014. And speaking on the issue, then-Republican candidate […]