Alderwomen Pushed for Payroll Tax Over Sales Tax IncreaseA plan to fund public safety with a payroll tax instead of a sales tax comes before aldermen.
Alderman Calls for Monitoring of Surveillance Information With the growing number of security cameras, a St. Louis Alderman wants to make sure someone's watching the watchers.
Local Officials Offer Advice to New MayorSome aldermen are weighing in on what they think Lyda Krewson needs to do as mayor.
City Voters to Decide on Measure to Help Fund Body CamerasSt. Louis City voters will decide on the April ballot whether to get rid of the office of Recorder of Deeds to help pay for police body cameras.
Scottrade, Soccer Stadium Bills Squeeze Through Ways & MeansBoth amended plans were approved by just a single vote.
New Bill to Cut Down on Drivers Cutting-Through AlleysAlderwoman Sharon Tyus says cut-thru artists are racing down alleys like their own personal highway.
Protesters May Face 'Buffer Zone' Outside of Planned ParenthoodA St. Louis Alderwoman wants to create a 15-foot buffer zone on the public sidewalk outside Planned Parenthood, to keep protesters farther away from women going into the clinic.
St. Peters Board Rejects 370 Speedway ProposalResidents living near proposed site complained about potential for loud noise.
St. Louis County Property Tax Hike Would Aid SeniorsCounty Executive Steve Stenger says he expects approval of the legislation next month.
St. Louis Aldermen Want Hearings Into Bribery AllegationsThe St. Louis Board of Aldermen is moving toward hearings to investigate claims by one of its members that bribery was in the breeze during the recent football stadium debate.
$868K for Crime Prevention; $1.5M for Rec Center UpgradesSt. Louis aldermen secured an extra $200,000 to put toward crime prevention programs targeting young people.
St. Louis Year-End Crime Report Totals Expected TodaySome Aldermen and Alderwomen are are bracing for what could be a bad report.