Voters Will Be Asked to Approve $180 Million Bond IssueIn addition to money for police and fire equipment, it would include money for city streets and bridges, upkeep of city buildings, and the demolition of abandoned buildings around town.
Reed Proposes Bill to Approve $180 Mill. Bond IssueSt. Louis city voters may be asked this summer to raise their property taxes to pay for new equipment for the police and fire departments, along with other capital improvements citywide.
Proposed Gravois Road Closures on HoldThe proposed closure of several streets intersecting with Gravois in the city is now on hold.
MoDOT Engineer Calls Gravois Meeting 'Grandstanding'It began with people with questions and MoDOT's Deanna Venker with answers. But as the opinions came out, she retreated to the back of the room and said she'd speak with people individually.
Board of Aldermen President Reed Wins ReelectionFinal unofficial results counted
Mark Reardon: Reardon Roundtable & Academy Award Winning Filmmaker James MarshJames Marsh is the Academy Award winning filmmaker and the director of "The Theory of Everything."
Call is Out for More Police in the CityAldermanic President Lewis Reed has asked the city's budget director to find spendable money in the existing budget.
St. Louis, Ballwin Aldermen Debate Pros and Cons of Police Body CamerasLook for more debate at St. Louis City Hall this week on whether police should wear body cameras.
Back-and-Forth at City Hall on St. Louis Police Civilian Review BoardThere is a behind-the-scenes power struggle going on at St. Louis City Hall over how to set up a Civilian Review Board for city police.
Mark Reardon: St. Louis Aldermanic President Lewis Reed In StudioSt. Louis Aldermanic President Lewis Reed joins us in studio to discuss the protests, crime, and black on black homicide.
Emotions Still Running High In FergusonMarch, rallies mark three weeks since shooting death of Michael Brown
Mark Reardon: Reardon Roundtable Live From Ferguson, MissouriIt's a Reardon Roundtable Friday, live from the QT gas station in Ferguson, Missouri.