Church Makes No Decision On Homeless EncampmentSome tents were pitched outside the Stranger's Home church fence on Sunday, but not inside it.
New Life Homeless Shelter Plans to Reopen by Christmas Five months after the city of St. Louis shut down his homeless shelter, the Reverend Larry Rice says he's been working all summer to bring the building up to code and re-open again.
Rice Says City Hall "Out of Touch" with HomelessThe minister to the homeless whose downtown shelter was shut down in April by City Hall says the homeless problem is getting worse downtown, not better.
Larry Rice Asks Gov. Greitens for Help with HomelessAsked what buildings he had in mind, Rice says there may be some space at the State Hospital on Arsenal Street.
City Voter Turnout Lower Than Expected, Upsets PossibleThe election board was predicting 20 percent voter turnout, and low numbers could set the stage for an upset.
Larry Rice Speaks Out Against Prop 2The downtown minister to the homeless and independent candidate for mayor says he's against Proposition 2.
NLEC Rev. Larry Rice Places Bid in St. Louis Mayoral RaceNew Life Evangelistic Center’s the Rev. Larry Rice said he recently turned in over 1,200 signatures to the Board of Elections Committee to get his name on the ballot.
Downtown Property Owners Suing Homeless ShelterThe plantiffs say the shelter is a primary obstacle to profitably operating their properties.
Homeless Shelter Faces ShutdownCity Hall ruled the facility is a "nuisance property" because of complaints of crime, loitering and public urination in the area.
Larry Rice says Biddle House is No Panacea for HomelessLongtime homeless minister says Biddle House is no panacea
KMOX Profiles: The Rev. Larry RiceThe Rev. Larry Rice is one of the first names that pops into people's heads when they think about helping the homeless, but opinions vary on whether he is helping or enabling. He has locked horns with city leaders and is lauded by others as a hero.
St. Louis Rejects NLEC's Housing RequestThe NLEC wishes to house up to 325 homeless people.