With Stockley Verdict On Horizon, Reed Pushes for Police Body Cameras"It would have answered a lot of questions if, indeed, that officer would have had a body camera on," Reed says of the Stockley case.
Missouri Could Owe St. Louis Millions for Housing PrisonersThe state of Missouri is accused of shortchanging the city of St. Louis to the tune of millions of dollars.
No More Hot Spot Policing in St. Louis?Board of Aldermen President wants to reallocate resources during the next budget year.
St. Louis Begins Search for New Police ChiefThe search for a new chief will be both local and national, Krewson says.
St. Louis Prepares for Mayoral PrimaryIn the wake of absentee voter fraud allegations in the city last summer, the St. Louis Circuit Attorney is taking steps to prevent criminal activity at the polls during Tuesday's mayoral primary.
St. Louis Mayoral Candidate Lewis Reeds Has Endorsement from Congressman ClayLacy Clay commended Reed’s work to keep the National Geospatial Agency, and its 3,000 jobs, in St. Louis.
Polls: Lyda Krewson Holds Lead in St. Louis Mayoral RaceThe Missouri Times poll also found crime is at the top of city voter's minds as they select Mayor Slay's replacement.
Aldermen Take No Vote on Proposed Scottrade ImprovementsSt. Louis Blues president Chris Zimmerman made the case that big events and tournaments are finding St. Louis' arena too old and too antiquated.
Poll: Krewson Leads Democrats in Run for STL MayorA new poll out gives us our first peek at how St. Louis city voters feel about the upcoming race for mayor.
Blues' $138 Million Scottrade Center Renovation Plan to be Introduced to AldermenAldermanic President Lewis Reed plans to introduce the bill as early as Tuesday & says it would not require a vote of the people.
Blues, City Seek Funds to Upgrade Scottrade CenterThe Blues say that the 22-year-old building is in need of upgrades to stay attractive and regional and national events like basketball, hockey and wrestling tournaments.
Race Could Play a Role in St. Louis Mayor's ContestPolitical science professor says abundance of black candidates could split the black vote.