New Public Safety Director Continues Police Chief SearchSt. Louis could have a new police chief by Christmas.
City Pushes for Prop P Passage as County Debates Funds Police and fire officials are pushing for passage of a measure on next month's ballot in the city of St. Louis as the county continues funding debates.
Trump Raises Possibility of Withdrawing Drug Czar NomineeSen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said Monday she will introduce legislation to repeal the 2016 law.
Missouri Politician Lobbies to Make Diwali a State HolidayA top Hindu statesman has been lobbying hard in Jefferson City to have Diwali declared a legal holiday.
Insurance Companies Concerned for Missouri Healthcare Concern this morning over the impact of President Trump's executive orders on healthcare, and it comes from an official from the Missouri Foundation for Health.
Chief O'Toole Gets Mixed Opinions from AldermenThe interim police chief in St. Louis appears to have most aldermen still in his corner, despite loud calls for his firing from Stockley protesters.
Krewson Appoints New Public Safety DirectorThe city's current director or public safety, Charlene Deeken, will continue to oversee the department until Circuit Judge Jimmie Edwards is sworn in.
Illinois Residents Share Opioid Stories with GovernorIllinois Governor Bruce Rauner's new Opioid Prevention and Intervention Task Force is kicking off a statewide listening tour.
Police Overtime Grows, St. Louis Hopes the State Will Step InThe cost of police overtime to respond to Stockley verdict protesters continues to mount in St. Louis city and county.
Missouri Discrimination Law Change Means Federal Funding LossThe new state law doesn't provide the same protections from housing discrimination as federal law.
Sen. Chapelle-Nadal Tweets Meme Comparing Trump to HitlerChappelle-Nadal posted a meme Thursday on on Twitter that shows Trump taking off a shirt. By the time the shirt is off, Hitler's face is revealed in place of Trump's.
Fewer Refugees Resettling In U.S. Under Trump, Study SaysPew Research Center says the U.S. has resettled 28,000 refugees across the country since January 2017.