Temp. Restraining Order Issued Against St. Louis Election BoardSt. Louis Recorder of Deeds Jennifer Florida has filed suit in federal court against the St. Louis Election Board to continue distributing election materials as an Independent Democrat.
Interim St. Louis Recorder of Deeds Wants to StayMayor Francis Slay named Jennifer Florida to the post through December after Sharon Quigley Carpenter decided to step down amid a nepotism investigation.
Burglaries Up in Tower Grove South after Hot Spot Policing EndsAlderwoman Jennifer Florida says there's been a bump in burglary and a spike in car theft in Tower Grove South since hot-spot policing came to an end.
Hot Spot Policing: Does it Work?Tower Grove was flooded with extra police as a part of the "hot spot" program just recently, so why did somebody break into 18 parked cars there after the extra patrols were gone?
Renewed Push To Take Sudafed Off Store ShelvesAre lax laws making the city of St. Louis a meth-makers Mecca? A St. Louis Alderman thinks so
Mark Reardon: Gun Crimes In St. LouisSt. 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.
St. Louis Alderwoman Wants a Stricter Anti-Meth LawA 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.
Board of Aldermen Considers Pseudoephedrine Prescription BillAlderwoman Jennifer Florida says the problem is that surrouding towns have tough restrictions on pseudoephedrine sales, but the city doesn't.
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