St. Louis Considers Crackdown on Pay Day LoansAlderwoman Spencer says pay day loans burden the poor with high-interest debt.
St. Louis Program Offers Vacant Lots to Neighbors for $125Anyone living next to a vacant lot can get it for $125 as long as they agree to maintain it.
Court of Appeals Won't Reconsider Racial Discrimination Case Against SLMPDRetaliation Claims Being Reviewed by EEOC
Homeless Camp 'Tent City' Shut DownIt closed today to the few homeless that were left, and the tents were hauled away.
Lawsuit Against St. Louis Claims Illegal Driving SuspensionsA lawsuit filed against the city of St. Louis claims its traffic court has been illegally suspending motorists' drivers licenses who fail to show up for moving violations.
City Hall to Stan Span Homeless Residents: Pack Up and Leave"It's not a way to live," says Eddie Roth, director of human services for the city.
Retired Circuit Judge Urges Caution in Changing Way Bonds Are SetWhile there are calls to try to reduce the city of St. Louis' crime wave by raising bonds for some accused criminals, a just-retired judge is saying not so fast.
Study: 40 Percent of Gun Cases in Circuit Attorney's Office DroppedA study finds most suspects arrested for gun charges in the city of St. Louis never go to prison because of a loophole in state gun laws or the kindness of judges.
Christmas Tree Recycling Offered to City Residents Until Jan. 10City of St. Louis residents can take their bare Christmas trees to one of three city park sites to be recycled.
Reporter Told to Leave St. Louis Municipal CourtA spokeswoman for Mayor Francis Slay said the request for the reporter to leave was a mistake.
Latest St. Louis City Crime Report Shows Worrisome TrendsThe murder rate continues its dramatic rise in the city of St. Louis in the latest crime report.
Brown's Friend Hired by City of St. Louis for Temporary JobThe man who was with Michael Brown when he was shot to death by a Ferguson police officer has been hired by the city of St. Louis through a training program.