Community Outreach Group Calls for More Neighborhood InvolvementOne man says it's time for the community to get involved after another violent weekend in the St. Louis region.
After Long Decline, St. Louis Tries to Rebuild with StartupsIt's tough to rebuild a city's image when the national perception is that it peaked a century ago, and when recent news has sometimes been dismal.
America's Most Violent Street: Natural Bridge in North St. Louis"Ferguson makes some areas in East St. Louis, some areas in north St. Louis and some North County neighborhoods look like Ladue," Clark says. "So, we were not surprised."
Gun Violence De-Escalation Centers Unveiled Across CityThe centers are located at four churches around the St. Louis area, and will be open every Tuesday.
KMOX's Carol Daniel Featured in Beautification Portrait ProjectCarol Daniel learns a little more about the artist behind the painted portraits that adorn vacant North St. Louis buildings.
Civic Progress Contributes $600,000 to Help North St. Louis County Youth$614,000 goes to three organizations, a university and two school districts.
Man High on Heroin Injures Family of 3 Crossing RoadA man reportedly high on heroin hit a family of three, including a small child, crossing the street in St. Ann Tuesday afternoon.
"Silent March" Hopes to Combat St. Louis Gun ViolenceA unique march to protest gun violence happens Saturday.
City of St. Louis Gives $60,000 to Better Family Life The city of St. Louis is giving $60,000 to the group Better Family Life-to hire two new outreach workers that will go door-to-door in troubles neighborhoods.
Violence: The Biggest Crisis Facing AmericaKMOX’S Carol Daniel talks to the Vice President for Community Outreach with the St. Louis-based community development agency, Better Family Life Inc. about the violence in the St. Louis, Mo. region. James Clark explains why it’s happening and who should step up to help.
Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things: James ClarkJames Clark talked about Better Family Life's goal to transform at-risk individuals and reclaim high-crime communities.
Activist Warns Fed Panel That Warm Weather May Reignite Ferguson Violence: 'We're Not Ready'A community outreach leader warned the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights that warm weather may spark more street violence stemming from lingering anger over racial profiling and police shootings.