Rep. Franks Pushes Back Against Greitens Crime PlanState Representative Bruce Franks told KMOX's Mark Reardon impoverished neighborhoods already have a strained relationship with police.
Cities With Large Black Populations Rely More On Fines For Revenue, Study FindsElecting more black people to local government can prevent police from disproportionately ticketing black communities, according to a new study.
Krewson, Panel Grilled on Qualities They Expect of Police Chief CandidatesThe 2-hour session covered a wide range of topics, including the most important aspect the next chief should possess.
Jewish, Muslim Communities Share Meal to Heal Threats, Vandalism The local Jewish community is hosting an Iftar dinner for the Muslim community – as a sign of their friendship and growing solidarity.
Purina Gets Out of the Office on PetCare Pride DayHundreds of Purina employees stepped out of the office Tuesday and scattered across the metro area to volunteer.
Rising County Property Taxes Create TensionThe hot real estate market could spell a higher property tax bill, and many aren't happy.
KMOX Named 2017 NAB Crystal Radio Award WinnerKMOX 1120 AM is one of 10 radio stations in the country to be awarded the 2017 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Crystal Radio Award, for it's "outstanding year-round commitment to community service."
Mayoral Candidate Andrew Jones Wants to Break Democratic StreakMayoral Candidate Andrew Jones is hoping to break the chain of consecutive Democratic St. Louis mayors at nine.
Ordinance Could Ban Airbnb Rentals in CrestwoodHomeowners in Crestwood will be prohibited from renting out their homes under a new ordinance before the Board of Aldermen.
The Davis Triplets: A Force for Improving Police, Community RelationsAlthough their policing duties vary, the way they strive to improve community relations between police and citizens is as identical as they are.
Police Receive Training on LGBTQ Victims of ViolenceDuring the training session, officers learned about the history of the department’s relationship with the LGBTQ community.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Cardinals Winter Warm-UpFor 21 years Cardinals Care's biggest event has raised millions of dollars and has used it to positively impact the St. Louis community.