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Ferguson Chief Calls Deadly Force 'Last Resort'There are shootings that are lawful -- but awful -- says Ferguson police chief.
Mayor Krewson Cancels Upcoming Town Hall Meetings"After much consideration, we are postponing our Town Halls for this week because they are happening in the streets and in my inbox and on social media right now. We are listening."
Richmond Heights Speaks Up on City County MergerThe Richmond Heights City Council is telling the state to stay out of the St. Louis area's business.
Police Chief and Emergency Management to Speak in St. Charles SeriesThe bi-monthly speaker series on government programs continues tonight in St. Charles County.
Clean Up Continues in Downtown St. LouisSt. Louis's Downtown Neighborhood Association is cleaning up after Sunday's vandalism.
Opposing Lawyers Give Their Take on Stockley EvidenceOne side argues evidence was withheld. The other says you must follow all bits of evidence carefully to see the full picture.
Illinois Legislators Fed Up with Political GridlockIllinois residents aren't the only ones throwing up their hands at the gridlock and increasingly polarized politics
Sunday's Peaceful Protests Give Way to CrimePolice in St. Louis say they made more than 80 arrested overnight after peaceful protests gave way to property damage.
Protest Organizers End Saturday Night Protests, Will Return SundayPolice had maintained a heavy presence, including a helicopter overhead, but never deployed officers during the peaceful march, Saturday evening.
Hundreds Gather to Protest in Loop; Krewson Encourages Public To Go About LivesBig musical acts U2 and Ed Sheehan cancelled their weekend shows in the city. "I'm disappointed for those of you who have tickets, however, the issues being protested are real impediments to the success of our city," Krewson said.
Mayor Krewson Sends 'Thoughts and Prayers' to Smith's Family Following VerdictMayor Lyda Krewson says she is "sobered by the outcome" of the Stockley verdict.
Schools, Businesses Closed Ahead of Stockley VerdictSeveral agencies and institutions are closed today, including courts, schools, and businesses.

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