Central West End Bookfest Still Scheduled This WeekendThe Central West End Bookfest is scheduled Thursday through Saturday, despite a few boarded up windows after last weekend's protests.
Protesters Vandalize Mayor Krewson's Home; Tear Gas Canisters DeployedThe St. Louis Police Department tweeted about 9:45 p.m., "Agitators have converged on Mayor Krewson's house," writing that the individuals refused to disperse.
Stockley Protesters March in CWE, Block KingshighwayThe marching protest is peaceful thus far, as police cruisers block traffic, allowing the individuals room to protest.
Sloping Floors Hinder BJC Tower ProjectSt. Louis Building Commissioner Frank Oswald says the floors are slanted on levels six through 12.
Shake Shack Still Expected to Open in Central West End This YearSince the St. Louis Shake Shack was first expected to be completed in "early 2017," KMOX went to take a look at the construction site.
Gov. Greitens' Central West End Home For SaleGreitens and his wife, Sheena, purchased the home in 2013 for $590,000, according to the records.
CWE High Rise Development Likely to Receive More Tax BreaksThe city's Land Clearance and Redevelopment Authority voted to allow the developers of "100" on Kingshighway to purchase construction materials free of sales tax.
Special Election Puts Voter ID Law to the TestMissouri's new Voter ID law, which is already under court challenge, could get its first real-life test July 11th.
Trapped Man Rescued From MetroLink PlatformThe St. Louis Fire Department says it rescued a man after he became trapped between a Metrolink train and a platform.
Central West End Residents Fight New Arcade BarOwner Josh Ivey describes Up-Down as a "chill" bar where people can come, play games and enjoy a variety of craft beers.
Microsoft Announces Plans to Open Regional HQ in CWEMicrosoft General Manager for Mid-America Ervin Flores says he likes the growing tehchnology scene in St. Louis.
Residents Express Concerns About "100" Luxury Apartment ProjectSome Central West End residents are still concerned about whether a new, luxury high-rise would be an addition to the neighborhood.