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Austin Huguelet


Springfield, MO, United States

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Past articles by Austin:

St. Louis to vote Tuesday. Progressives aim to tighten grip on City Hall.

This spring, city voters will pick an entirely new board, as it shrinks to 14 aldermen after more than a century with 28. It's a historic election, with 40 candidates, → Read More

Thrashing trash: In East St. Louis, volunteers work to clean up their community

"We care about our community," Belleville activist JD Dixon said, "and we're not going to stop until we get equity." → Read More

Megan Green inaugurated as St. Louis' first female aldermanic president

Megan Green was inaugurated as the city's first female president of the Board of Alderman on Monday. → Read More

St. Louis officials explore $5 million plan to guarantee income for poor residents

Mayor Tishaura O. Jones is pushing a plan to pay for guaranteed basic income in the city, a signature priority aimed at lifting up the city's poor. → Read More

Busch Light is flying off shelves right now. Why?

Busch Light was one of the beer industry's top three fastest-growing brands from mid-May to mid-June. → Read More

‘Under cover of darkness’: The inside story of how the Rams worked the NFL and ditched St. Louis

Hundreds of newly released court exhibits pull back the curtain on how the Rams left St. Louis. → Read More

‘It hurts everyone’: St. Louis hospitality businesses prepare for lockout pain

‘St. Louis needs the Cardinals to play baseball,’ said Ryan Loeffler, owner of Big Daddy’s bar in Soulard. → Read More

Post-Dispatch owner rejects board nominations from would-be buyer Alden

'Alden failed to meet the most basic and most important requirement of our director nomination procedure,' the company said. → Read More

New tax credits for Missourians who adopt, foster children become law

The adoption tax credit plans were top priorities for House Speaker Rob Vescovo, a foster child himself. → Read More

Missouri House expels lawmaker accused of physically, sexually abusing his children

The last time a member was expelled was in 1865 for disloyalty to the Union. → Read More

2022 Senate race: Smith, Long to hold fundraisers at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago

Long is also mulling a bid for U.S. Senate next year to replace a retiring Roy Blunt. → Read More

Missouri lawmaker accused of abusing his kids resigns, saying he plans to leave the state

The House Ethics Committee had been investigating charges he abused his children more than a decade ago. → Read More

Purveyors of color, canvas and culture: National Art Shop to close after 51 years

Jean and Jerry Sanders started the shop with a $3,000 loan in 1970 and built it into a mainstay for hundreds of local artists. → Read More

Mayor Ken McClure decisively wins re-election for third term

Incumbent Mayor Ken McClure faced challenger Marcus Aton in the April 6 Springfield mayoral election. → Read More

Biden taps Robin Carnahan, former MO Secretary of State, to lead procurement agency

Robin Carnahan served as the state's chief elections official from 2005-2013 before Joe Biden named her to lead the GSA. → Read More

What's the price of Sunshine? Missouri Supreme Court weighs key transparency case

Their decision could have a huge impact on how much citizens have to pay for public information. → Read More

Ashcroft, presumed front-runner to succeed Blunt in U.S. Senate, says he won't run in 2022

Ashcroft's decision further opens the door to a large Republican primary. → Read More

U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt says he's not running for re-election in 2022

Missouri's U.S. Senator Roy Blunt is the fifth Republican senator to announce retirement in recent months. → Read More

Which Missouri cities and counties still have COVID-19 mask mandates?

Unlike many other states, Missouri does not require masks to worn statewide. Here's where face coverings are required. → Read More

Missouri House looks to revive gutted voter ID law to prevent 'in-person fraudulent votes'

“Missourians, they expect voters to come to the polls to with secure, verifiable photo identification,” the bill sponsor said, “It’s as simple as that.” → Read More