Mayor Francis Slay
After a top tech CEO said it’s “embarrassing” that St. Louis still bans smartphone-based ride services like Uber and Lyft, KMOX is asking city and county leaders about the issue.
A technology incubator in downtown St. Louis called T-Rex receives more than $16 million from the state to foster technology growth.
Many black women who were told decades ago that their babies died at birth at a St. Louis hospital are now wondering if their children are still alive.
A lawsuit filed against the city of St. Louis claims its traffic court has been illegally suspending motorists’ drivers licenses who fail to show up for moving violations.
“It is very frustrating to see this high percentage of individuals, charged with gun crimes, go right back on our streets, with little or no consequences,” Slay says.
Developer Paul McKee hasn’t paid taxes to the city for two years on the 1,500 acres of land of the stalled NorthSide Regeneration project.
Mayor Slay has requested 400 members of the National Guard to help in the city after the grand jury’s decision is announced in the Michael Brown case.
The city of St. Louis is looking to boost minority recruiting efforts in its police and fire departments.
A high-level meeting with top state and local political leaders took place Monday to strategize what will happen if the Michael Brown grand jury fails to recommend charges against Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
Mayor Slay says he fully recognizes the impact of Ferguson on the City of St. Louis.