KMOX and KSDK are teaming up to host a debate between Rick Stream and Steve Stenger, the two candidates for St. Louis County Executive.
A city councilman from Florissant has been arrested in St. Louis on a charge of soliciting prostitution.
Young Activists United agrees to city hall session this afternoon.
Lesley McSpadden says though people may be well-intentioned, her family does not need the additional drama in their lives.
Bucking a group of local African-American Democrats who are endorsing his opponent, Congressman Lacy Clay announced he is backing Steve Stenger for St. Louis County Executive.
Missouri conservation officials are scaling back their recommendations for new regulations of deer farms and hunting preserves that were aimed at controlling disease but had prompted cost concerns.
Mayor Francis Slay says if a felon has already served their time, they should be given another chance.
“I expected it. I knew what they were doing,” mayor Mark Furrer said. “I mean it’s no fun, but part of politics.”
The candidates for St. Louis County Executive – Republican Rick Stream and Democrat Steve Stenger – duked it out in a live debate on KWMU radio this afternoon.
Shoppers and a U.S. Senator were among those affected by the day of civil disobedience around the region Monday in reaction to local police shootings.