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Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster makes a point during his Roundtable on Representative Policing at the University of Missouri-St. Louis in St. Louis on October 1, 2014. Koster brought political, law enforcement and community leaders together to talk about some of the problems that have plagued the Ferguson, Missouri area after the police shooting death of teen Michael Brown. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

St. Louis Panel Discusses Police Diversity

Attorney General Chris Koster asks police, officeholders for ideas

4 hours ago


McCulloch Investigates Alleged Grand Jury Misconduct

Someone on the Grand Jury in the Michael Brown shooting case allegedly discussed jury information with a friend

7 hours ago

Rick Stream. Photo courtesy of Team Rick Stream.

Democratic Coalition Throwing Support Behind Rick Stream

Members of the Fannie Lou Hamer Democratic Coalition announced they have chosen not to support Steve Stenger, the Democratic nominee for St. Louis County Executive.

11 hours ago

Demonstrators protest the death of Michael Brown on August 21, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri. Brown was shot and killed by a Ferguson police officer on August 9. Despite the Brown family's continued call for peaceful demonstrations, violent protests have erupted nearly every night in Ferguson since his death.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Ferguson Business Owner Calls Nighttime Protests ‘Terrorist Acts’

A Ferguson business owner is calling the protestors who descend on his city at night “terrorists” and says Homeland Security should be called in.

16 hours ago

Steve Stenger responds to an attack ad released by Charlie Dooley's campaign. (Kevin Killeen/KMOX)

Stenger: PR Contract for Ferguson a Waste of Taxpayer Dollars

In the wake of the firing of the Ferguson, Missouri, public relations director Devin James, the St. Louis County Economic Development Partnership is defending its strategy in Ferguson.

18 hours ago

Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson speaks with KMOX's Mark Reardon about Ferguson happenings on Sept. 30, 2014 (Ben Boyd/KMOX)

Ferguson Police Chief: Body Cameras Required to be On at Certain Times

The Ferguson police officer shot Saturday was wearing a brand new body camera. So why wasn’t it on?



Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, September 30 – Engelbert Humperdinck; Rabbi Susan Talve on #Ferguson; Brian Costa on Baseball Hateability Index; and Ginger Imster of Arch Grants

Charlie with Pop Singer Engelbert Humperdinck on his new double album, “Engelbert Calling”; Charlie and Debbie with Rabbi Susan Talve about her trip to #Ferguson last night; Charlie with the Wall Street Journal’s Brian Costa on his “2014 Baseball Playoffs Hateability Index”, where STL comes in at Number 1; and Charlie with Arch Grants CEO Ginger Imster.


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Blunt Makes Stop in St. Louis, Speaks to Officers About Narcotics, Parole Policies

U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt capped off a trip around the state to speak with law enforcement officials in St. Louis on Monday afternoon. The conversations he had with the heads of several local police forces had little to do with Ferguson unrest.


Tony Rothert of ACLU says he hopes the federal judge orders police to abandon the five-second rule in Ferguson, Missouri, on Sept. 29, 2014. (Kevin Killeen/KMOX)

Judge Hears Testimony on Five-Second Rule

Police chief John Belmar of St. Louis County was on the witness stand. He admitted that he did not think police were clear enough to tell officers that there’s a different dynamic between what is happening at night in Ferguson, and in the day.


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Grand Jury to Review Another Case Involving Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson

A judge approved the request by county prosecutors Monday in a case involving a drug suspect arrested in 2013 by officer Darren Wilson. The man’s attorney wants the drug distribution charge dismissed.




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