The Latest: Police Union Leader, Pizzeria Owner to MeetThe owner of a St. Louis-area pizzeria chain and a police union leader are seeking to arrange a meeting after the restauranteur's social media criticism of officers led to a boycott and hundreds of angry phone calls.
Police Supporters Retaliate After Pi Pizzeria Owner Calls Cops 'Dimwits'Chris Sommers, Owner of Pi Pizzeria was on the Charlie Brennan Show, Wednesday morning, and restated that he believes police officers' actions in St. Louis Friday night were "dimwitted."
Pi Pizzeria Owner Calls Trolley Construction 'Devastating' to BusinessSommers worries about what business owners are not being told.
KMOX Profiles: Chris SommersChris Sommers is best known in St. Louis for Pi Pizza, named the favorite pizza of President Obama. He is also known on the tech-front and got into the fight over the taxicab commission's refusal to allow ride-sharing services to operate here.
Downtown St. Louis Is Alive and Well (Thank You Very Much)If you're telling people downtown is dead, bite your tongue. Those of us who actually live/work/play downtown couldn't disagree more. Here's a small sampling of new places and spaces joining the party. Why not come see it for yourself?
Sommers Resigns From Metro Taxicab CommissionSommers told the St. Louis Business Journal that Slay doesn’t have the will to get UberX at Lambert Airport.
Around Town: Savor Saint Louis Food ToursImagine a guided tour of some of St. Louis' coolest neighborhoods, stopping in restaurants to eat and drink along the way. Now in St. Louis, food tours are a thing. Great way to spend an afternoon. Great outing or event idea!
Metro Taxi Commissioner Files Federal Complaint Against His ColleaguesChris Sommers who sits on the taxi commission says the commission is being anti-competitive.
Documents Reveal Uber Rift is WideningToday is the day local leaders hoped to have an 'Uber summit,' to break the stalemate that, some say, is making St. Louis a national embarrassment.
Taxicab Commission Braces For Uber Crowds, But Proposal Is Still A MysteryThe embattled Metropolitan Taxicab Commission, sensing that there may be crowds for their vote involving UberX, is moving its Wednesday meeting to the theater at St. Louis Community College-Forest Park.
UberX Plans Free Fourth of July Rides; Taxicab Commission Mulls ResponseSmartphone-based ride service UberX plans to offer free rides in St. Louis City and County over the long holiday weekend, amidst regulatory stalemate.
Local Officials Respond To St. Louis' Ban On Ride-Sharing ServicesAfter a top tech CEO said it's "embarrassing" that St. Louis still bans smartphone-based ride services like Uber and Lyft, KMOX is asking city and county leaders about the issue.