Jury: St. Louis County Police Sergeant Faced Discrimination

CLAYTON, MO (AP) — A jury has recommended a St. Louis County police sergeant be awarded nearly $20 million after finding the department discriminated against him because he’s gay. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the jury’s verdict came Friday in a 2017 lawsuit brought by Sgt. Keith Wildhaber. Wildhaber testified that he was told to “tone down his gayness”…

Wentzville GM Workers Approve Contract; Voting Continues At Other GM Plants

Wentzville, MO  (KTRS) The strike against General Motors could be coming to an end. UAW workers at the Wentzville Plant overwhelmingly approved the contract proposal. However, voting continues Friday at other GM plants in the country. The nationwide tally will determine whether or not the strike will continue. The official tally is expected later Friday afternoon…

Event Planned To Attract Small, Minority, & Women-Owned Businesses For Construction Of NGA Project

St. Louis, MO  (KTRS)  An outreach event is planned next week for small, minority-owned and women-owned businesses to participate in the construction of new NGA Western Headquarters. “Small businesses are vital to completing the Next NGA West project and McCarthy HITT is committed to attracting and working alongside a diverse and inclusive workforce for this…

Chaotic Scene as Republicans Disrupt Impeachment Deposition

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans briefly brought the Democrat-led impeachment investigation to a halt Wednesday when around two dozen GOP House members stormed into a closed-door deposition with a Defense Department official. Democrats said the move compromised national security because some of the Republicans brought electronic devices into a secure room. The protest by Republican lawmakers captured national…