Mayor Krewson Calls Voter ID "Over-Reach"Missouri's new Voter ID Law, which is already under a court challenge, is being called "an over-reach" by St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson.
St. Louis Begins Search for New Police ChiefThe search for a new chief will be both local and national, Krewson says.
Polls: Lyda Krewson Holds Lead in St. Louis Mayoral RaceThe Missouri Times poll also found crime is at the top of city voter's minds as they select Mayor Slay's replacement.
Cardinals, Blues Players Could Be Fined By City For Chewing TobaccoBill No. 294 would make it against the law for fans and players at Busch Stadium, Scottrade Center, collegiate, high school and amateur events in the city of St. Louis to use smokeless tobacco.
Blues' $138 Million Scottrade Center Renovation Plan to be Introduced to AldermenAldermanic President Lewis Reed plans to introduce the bill as early as Tuesday & says it would not require a vote of the people.
St. Louis Mayoral Candidates File to Officially Enter RaceThe race to replace the retiring Francis Slay as mayor of St. Louis begins today.
EXCLUSIVE FOLLOW: Alderman Defends Landlord's Dilapidated Refugee ApartmentsAlderman Jeffrey Boyd admits landlord donated hundreds to his campaign.
Dotson Fights Back Against Critics in Mayoral RaceAlderman Joe Roddy's resolution says a chief distracted by politics won't be effective in curbing crime.
Alderman Discusses Public Funding for Scottrade Center RenovationThe public funding package would amount to "tens of millions of dollars," but nothing is specified yet.
St. Louis Alderman Who Has Been To 'Pulse' Worries About FriendsShane Cohn believes anti-LGBT legislation played a role in the attack.
Alderwoman Wants to Put Lobbyist Back In LobbyThe bill could mean aldermen will be getting a lot more texts during sessions, of course, from lobbyists.
STL Alderman Vaccaro Plans to Run for City SheriffVaccaro says drills for active shooters or terrorists threats are non-existent, and he points to favoritism for some, and not for others.