Jeff Roorda Announces Run for County Executive in Jeff. Co.Jeff Roorda has announced he is running for County Executive in Jefferson County.
The Latest: Police Union Leader, Pizzeria Owner to MeetThe owner of a St. Louis-area pizzeria chain and a police union leader are seeking to arrange a meeting after the restauranteur's social media criticism of officers led to a boycott and hundreds of angry phone calls.
Top STL Officers' Assoc. Official: Union Will Not Back Sales Tax IncreaseBusiness Manager Jeff Roorda says they can't support the measure, until Mayor Lyda Krewson guarantees the officers will get what they're being promised.
'Bloodbath:' Survey Predicts Mass STL City Police Exodus"If we go that many officers short, it's going to be a bloodbath," St. Louis Police Officers Association Business Manager Jeff Roorda says.
Contract Debates Continue Between City and Police UnionThe mood is strained as contract talks continue this week between the city of St. Louis and it's police officers.
New Plans for St. Louis Police FundingA new plan is on the table this week to get more money for St. Louis police, as droves of officers are applying for jobs elsewhere.
Passage of County's Prop P Draws Concern for SLMPDWhile police in St. Louis County are celebrating the passage of Prop P, there's worry about the fallout for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.
St. Louis Police Union Endorses Alderwoman Krewson for MayorThe St. Louis Police Union endorses Alderwoman Lyda Krewson for mayor, saying she's "receptive" to the need for money for raises and to hire more police.
After Surviving Being Shot in Face, STL Police Sergeant Released from HospitalSt. Louis Police Officers' Association business manager Jeff Roorda says the fact the shooter shot the officer through the window on his vehicle may have saved his life.
Local Reaction to Baton Rouge Police ShootingsSen. McCaskill: "Violence against law enforcement can't & won't be tolerated."
STL Police Union Official Stands By Controversial Post on Dallas ShootingA top St. Louis Police Officers' Association official is defending a Facebook post, in which he tells President Barack Obama that the blood of the police officers killed in Dallas is on his hands.
Local Police on Edge after Fatal Shootings ElsewherePolice union says some people feel all cops are to corrupt