Lawmaker Opposition Casts Doubt on New St. Louis Stadium

Stadium task force co-chair Dave Peacock counters: plan must “make sense and provide benefit for all.”


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Body Found in Mississippi River Downtown Identified

Authorities have identified a man found in the Mississippi River at downtown St. Louis.


Photo courtesy of Brookdale Farms

4 Hurt When Vehicle Hits Horse-Drawn Carriage

The accident happened Wednesday night, a few blocks from Busch Stadium.


Photo courtesy of Great Rivers Greenway

Working To Ease Confusion About Downtown Bike Lanes

New PSA explains striping system for bike riders, drivers and walkers.



Reed Pushes for Appeal in No Public Vote for Downtown Stadium

Mayor Slay’s decision to abandon the legal fight for a public vote on the proposed stadium is not sitting well with Aldermanic President Lewis Reed.


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Investigators Search for Cause of Building Collapse

The building commissioner is defending the integrity of the city’s old brick buildings, despite the partial collapse of a five-story building on Laclede’s Landing this week.


Police try to keep protesters from advancing arm in arm towards the entrance of the Thomas F. Eagleton Federal Building in St. Louis on August 10, 0215. A group of about 200 protesters marched to the Federal Building as part of a day of disobedience held with the one year anniversary of the Michael Brown Jr. shooting death. About 50 people were arrested. Photo by Bill Greenblatt/UPI

Protesters Arrested at Federal Courthouse in Downtown St. Louis

Police arrested 56 demonstrators attempting to enter the federal courthouse in downtown St. Louis as part of a day of civil disobedience marking one year since Michael Brown’s death.


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Slay Won’t Appeal Public Vote for Downtown Stadium

Earlier this week, a judge ruled that there does not have to be a public vote for public money to be used for the proposed riverfront stadium in downtown St. Louis.



Cigarette Butt Recycling in Downtown St. Louis

About 62 bins have been up for three weeks in downtown St. Louis along Washington Avenue, and they have already collected five pounds of butts.


(Courtesy of Courtyard Marriot)

Historic Downtown St. Louis Hotel to Re-open in September

After being shuttered since 2011, the original Hotel Lennox – once known as St. Louis’ tallest hotel – will re-open Sept. 2, the same day that the hotel originally opened in 1929, as The Courtyard by Marriott St. Louis Downtown/Convention Center Hotel.



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