Ferguson Consent Decree Moves Forward with New Hire Two big steps in the implementation of the Ferguson Consent Decree
Parson Becomes First Black Council Member In FlorissantThe 46-year-old attorney defeated longtime Ward 8 representative Mark Schmidt on April 4.
Magic House Expansion Request Gets Unanimous Thumbs UpControversial plan to add more parking was vehemently opposed by many neighbors.
Florissant Requires Landlords To Keep Closer Watch On Their TenantsAllows license revocation if tenants engage in "unreasonable conduct."
Creve Coeur Approves Ban on Outdoor Smoking, E-CigsThe ordinance bans smoking in outdoor dining areas, outdoor seating and service areas open to the public.
Ferguson Council Could Soon Accept DOJ Reform DealThe 131-page consent decree is intended to correct problems identified in last year's Justice Department report.
Ferguson to Consider 'Economic Development' Sales Tax, Property Tax HikeThe Ferguson City Council will discuss and could approve measures to put two tax increases on the April ballot.
Councilman Who Started 'I Love Ferguson' Campaign DiesCity officials confirmed Brian Fletcher's death Sunday. City spokesman Jeff Small said Monday that he didn't know the cause of death.
Charlack Disbands Police DepartmentState-mandated reduction in ticket revenue seals fate.
Champaign Police Revive 11-Year-Old Stun Gun RequestPolice Chief Anthony Cobb says that improved technology has made the weapons safe.
Senator Durbin: East STL Took a Step in the Wrong DirectionDurbin says East St. Louis residents need to tell their city council they're not happy and want real change.
Des Peres Residents Speak Out Against New Bike Lanes, TrailsSome residents said it would compromise their quiet neighborhoods and personal privacy.