city of St. Louis
The St. Louis County Emergency Operations Center plans to activate later today in anticipation of planned weekend demonstrations, which Ferguson, Missouri, protestors are calling a “weekend of resistance.”
A spike in murders highlights the latest monthly crime report in the city of St. Louis.
Last month, St. Louis postponed a decision on whether to shut down the New Life Evangelistic Center for the homeless following months of testimony from nearby residents who complained of loud noise, fights and public urination.
It will start with workers driving all of the city’s arterial streets and patching the potholes they see.
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers has begun a campaign calling on the city to take action against Thomas Ruzicka.
A group of St. Louis attorneys says the old adage “do the crime, do the time” doesn’t always make sense.
It will be the end of an era tomorrow, as the state appointed St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners holds its last scheduled meeting.
Warnings will be issued today and next Saturday, then police wil begin handing out tickets.
People are being asked to turn off lights from 8:30-9:30pm local time on March 23 to conserve energy.
The United Way says it is working closely with the Red Cross “who are possibly going to open up emergency shelters…”