Aldermen President Halts Approval of New Homeless ShelterLewis Reed says area residents were not given enough time or notice to give input.
Slain Baton Rouge Officer Wrote Emotional Facebook PostMontrell Jackson wrote: ``I swear to God I love this city but I wonder if this city loves me.''
St. Louis Land Leased For $1 Becomes Tree Farm TodayFresh Coast plans to plant 27,000 fast-growing trees on a total of 60 acres of land in six US cities.
Police: 2 People Killed in Separate Overnight ShootingSt. Louis police say the two shootings happened at 1:00 and 2:00 a.m. respectively, leaving a man and woman dead.
Underground Electrical Fire Causes 'Massive' Outages DowntownPower is out to a quarter of the downtown St. Louis area after an underground electrical fire at 7th and Market late Wednesday night.
Some Clashes Between City Bikes and CarsBicycle-pedestrian coordinator says he has heard in recent months that motorists are honking, yelling and cursing at cyclists
Mayor Slay Hints Long Term Projects For Lambert, MetroIn his final year as Mayor he may begin projects that would take a decade or more to complete.
STL Officials Launch "Project Connect" For NGA SiteMayor Slay says NGA West site will not be an "isolated island" in north city.
Florissant Fights Management Change for License OfficeThe Mayor of Florissant is calling on residents to make their voices heard concerning the future of the state license office in his city.
South Grand Adopts a New Crime Deterrent From CityTwo license plate recognition cameras will be added at the intersections of Grand Boulevard and Arsenal Street, and Grand Boulevard and Utah Street.
City of STL Makes Finishing Touches to $489M Balanced BudgetThe city of St. Louis is finalizing a $489 million balanced budget for the fiscal year that starts July first.
St. Louis Population Trends Mean an Aging CityYou can learn more at the free event from East-West Council of Governments at 6:30 p.m. at the Central Library.

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