Are lax laws making the city of St. Louis a meth-makers Mecca? A St. Louis Alderman thinks so
St. Louis Aldermen and the Mayor are calling on judges to get tougher on gun crimes. St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson and Alderwoman Jennifer Florida join us to discuss the issue.
A St. Louis alderwoman is pushing for a city law requiring prescriptions for cold and allergy pills containing pseudoephedrine, a decongestant commonly used to make methamphetamine.
Alderwoman Jennifer Florida says the problem is that surrouding towns have tough restrictions on pseudoephedrine sales, but the city doesn’t.
Total Information PM: Blues Playoff Tickets, Supreme Court Hearings, Spring Training Update, Tackling Crime Problem
The St. Louis Blues playoff tickets go on sale next week. Mike McCarthy, CEO of the Blues and Peabody Opera House, tells us how to get them. CBS News Correspondent Barry Bagnato tells us about […]
Some aldermen trust the developer to save the building, some don’t
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