St. Louis Prepares to House Homeless in Winter MonthsWith the cold of winter rolling in, how is St. Louis prepared to handle with their homeless population?
Mayor Slay Moving Forward with Confederate Monument CommitteeThe monument was erected more than 100 years ago and came at a cost of $23,000 after the Ladies' Confederate Monument Association spent 15 years raising the money.
Homeless Camp 'Tent City' Shut DownIt closed today to the few homeless that were left, and the tents were hauled away.
St. Louis Finds More Shelter for HomelessDirector of Human Services Eddie Roth says the city is looking for a permanent shelter, but for now, bunk space is being made available at sites north and south of downtown.
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.
St. Louis Opens Homeless Shelter as Weather Hits LowsA relatively warm December is coming to an end, and the weather is taking a turn for the cold. As a result, St. Louis officials are opening the city's emergency shelter for the homeless.
138K Unpaid Red Light Camera Tickets, $14M in Fines"We've always had a fair number of deadbeats from these red light camera violations," St. Louis Director of Operations Eddie Roth says.
City Hall Looks For Answers After Embezzlement ChargesProsecutors say the theft, allegedly committed over the course of seven years, was so clever it would have been almost impossible to detect.
Corruption Charges Fly Back and Forth in City Mayor's Race
St. Louisans Weigh In On Police Chief SelectionA lot of character traits were thrown around at the first of three forums on what the public expects out of the next chief.
Inmate Dies At St. Louis City Jail St. Louis public safety director says an investigation is underway.
Larry Rice Returns to the Scene of His Arrest The ACLU says it's not representing Rice, but believes his rights were violated