Biddle House Plans Back on TrackConstruction and renovation of a new homeless services center just north of downtown St. Louis is back on.
Aldermen President Halts Approval of New Homeless ShelterLewis Reed says area residents were not given enough time or notice to give input.
Reed Might Side with Protesters in Ex-Cop Murder CaseBoard of Aldermen president says former police chief Dan Isom told him there was no new evidence in the case against Jason Stockley.
Remembering Lives Taken In 2015Dozens gather at north St. Louis church for homicide victims vigil
$868K for Crime Prevention; $1.5M for Rec Center UpgradesSt. Louis aldermen secured an extra $200,000 to put toward crime prevention programs targeting young people.
Board of Aldermen President Considers Reprimand for Ald. GreenThe head of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen is considering an official reprimand for 15th Ward Alderwoman Megan Green.
Peacock, NFL Stadium Still a Few Votes Short in Aldermanic CommitteeThe Stadium Taskforce needs five out of eight votes to pass through the Ways and Means Committee.
STLNFL Financing Package Assigned to Ways and Means CommitteeOf the two committees the stadium plan could have gone to, the Ways and Means Committee is considered tougher because it includes several aldermen who have said they won't back the stadium until the mayor comes up with a comprehensive crime-fighting plan.
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.