VIDEO: Police Chief, Mayor Respond After Man Shot, Paralyzed in Downtown STL"It's unacceptable," Dotson tells KMOX's Michael Calhoun. "We have to make sure we find out who this person is. We have to make sure we put them in front of a judge. And we have to make sure that the judge puts this person in jail for a very long time."
Minimum Wage Raise May Exclude Workers With DisabilitiesA committee of St. Louis Aldermen passed a bill to exempt workers at disabled workshops from the city's upcoming minimum wage hike.
St. Louis City Uses Unique Strategy To Buy Back GunsBoard President Lewis Reed says the city is working with the police department to disable the guns, which will be given to the group Guns in the Hands of Artists.
Attorney General Koster Pressures EPA, Landfill With Spring Court DateKoster's report found radiation in trees on private property off the site and the trial is set for next spring.
Police Chase Ends in Gunfire, 4 Suspects At LargePolice believe one suspect may have been hit.
Spike in St. Louis Federal Gun Cases From Violence, Felons' RightsA U.S. Attorney says he receives 20 new gun cases every month, many of which usually wouldn't have gone past state courts.
Report: Many Missouri Bridges are in Critical ConditionAccording to a Post-Dispatch report, well over 600 bridges in Missouri are in critical condition and may soon have to be shut down.
County Murder Rate Higher Than Last Year's TotalSt. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar says young African American men with guns is a very common theme this year.
Judge Pushes for Settlement in Homeless Shelter's Lawsuit Against St. LouisNew Life Evangelistic Center sued the city after it forced them to shelter fewer than 35 of the usually 200 people every night.
3-Year-Old Hit by Stray Bullet in St. LouisThe boy was taken to a hospital, but his condition is unknown.
St. Louis' Governing Board Advances Minimum-Wage BoostSt. Louis' governing board on Tuesday advanced a compromise measure that would ease the city's minimum wage up to $11 by 2018.
Hiring More St. Louis Police Officers Could Still Be a Distant DreamAlderman Joe Vaccaro wants more police, and says in 2008, St. Louis voters approved Proposition S, a sales tax increase, that's still being paid today.

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