Rice Says City Hall "Out of Touch" with HomelessThe minister to the homeless whose downtown shelter was shut down in April by City Hall says the homeless problem is getting worse downtown, not better.
Rev. Larry Rice Continues Fight to Open NLECThe city has opened up a temporary shelter in a weed control warehouse north of downtown for the homeless, but Rice isn't impressed.
Maplewood's 'Weed Lady' in the Clear -- For NowLawyer for Alice Hezel says City Hall has dropped charges that her yard violated Maplewood ordinance.
NLEC Short on Turkeys for Annual Thanksgiving DinnerThe center is fighting a city order to shut down, and nearby businesses have filed a lawsuit saying the homeless shelter has hurt their bottom line.
Shooting Outside St. Louis City HallCity marshal reportedly intervened in assault
Olivette City Leaders Request Proposal for New Multi-Use BuildingMayor Ruth Springer says city offices are moving to a new multi-use building by next spring, and they're requesting proposals to redevelop the land.
St. Louis Board of Aldermen Facing Budget WoesMoney is tight at city hall, as St. Louis Aldermen work on a $1.4 billion budget for the fiscal year that starts in July.
St. Louisans Answer Call To Help Monarch Butterflies SurviveUp to 500 residents plant their own Monarch gardens, more than doubling original goal.
Gun Storage Company Pushes to Operate on Opening DayA month from today, thousands of fans will be filing into Busch Stadium for the Cardinals home opener, but will they be able to store their guns during the game?
City Hall Hears Privacy Issues on Police Body CameraLongtime police critic John Chasnoff is scheduled to testify on when cameras should be rolling and when they should be off.
Protesters Want to Shut Down Local Jail for Gladiator FightsFrankie Edwards spent two years inside the medium security jail on Hall Street and says he was forced to take part in fights between inmates, arranged by guards.
Hearings on Proposed St. Louis Minimum Wage Hike Get UnderwayMeasure would establish $15-per-hour minimum wage by 2020.

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