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.
St. Louis Prepares to House Homeless in Winter MonthsWith the cold of winter rolling in, how is St. Louis prepared to handle with their homeless population?
Judge Dismisses Homeless Shelter's Lawsuit Against St. LouisA U.S. District Judge said the lawsuit was premature because the city gave New Life Evangelistic Center the option of applying for a new license or reducing its occupancy.
Judge Pushes for Settlement in Homeless Shelter's Lawsuit Against St. LouisNew Life Evangelistic Center sued the city after it forced them to shelter fewer than 35 of the usually 200 people every night.
St. Louis Shelter Sues in Effort to Keep OperatingThe Rev. Larry Rice's New Life Evangelistic Center in St. Louis has filed suit against the city in an effort to keep its occupancy permit to operate a shelter for homeless people.
New Life Center Fights to Help the HomelessThe New Life Evangelistic Center for the homeless warns St. Louis City Hall a lawsuit is coming.
Board Votes to Shut Down New Life Evangelistic CenterAfter two years of hearings on complaints of homeless loitering, crime and urination, St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay's Board of Public Service voted to shut down the Rev. Larry Rice's New Life Evangelistic Center.
City Delays Vote on Fate of New Life CenterMany homeless say if the center is shut down, they will not leave the area.
New Life Homeless Center's Fate Still PendingLast month, St. Louis postponed a decision on whether to shut down the New Life Evangelistic Center for the homeless following months of testimony from nearby residents who complained of loud noise, fights and public urination.