Alderman Antonio French
Police shootings in St. Louis may be reviewed by yet another panel.
The St. Louis Board of Aldermen is moving toward passing a bill that would ask city voters to raise their property taxes in August to pay for new police and fire department equipment.
Police Chief Sam Dotson was asked why police don’t fire warning shots before they kill a suspect.
St. Louis City Alderman Antonio French was released around 7 a.m. after spending the night in the Ferguson jail.
A police plan to keep cruising under control in Fairground Park and O’Fallon Park in north St. Louis is drawing fire from the area’s alderman.
Alderman Antonio French wants Chief Sam Dotson to assign police officers to watch more than two dozen cameras already set up in north St. Louis neighborhoods.
Charlie Brennan – Thursday,February 21st – Is the Post-Dispatch Favoring Slay Over Reed in Its Mayoral Race Coverage?
Charlie talks with STL Antonio French and Christopher Ave of the STL Post-Dispatch about coverage of the STL Mayoral race; and with Jennifer Chiaverini, author of “Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker”.
Today, Kevin watches the usually deliberative board of aldermen move decisively for a free pork lunch…
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–Developer Paul McKee gets what he wants form the city board of aldermen — a chance to apply for some $1.5 million in fresh state tax credits. By a vote of 26-3 the board gave McKee […]
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