New Bill to Protect Domestic Violence Victims from EvictionThe bill gained passage and is expected to be signed into law by Mayor Slay.
Should Police Chief Dotson Resign to Run for Mayor?"Like a sitting general running for president," said one alderman.
Slay May Ask Lawmakers to Bring Back Red Light Cameras"I'm for the red light cameras, they do make those intersections safer - they do," Slay says. "The people that don't like it, are the ones getting the tickets."
Stenger Proposes "Connector" MetroLink Line through FergusonThe 'connector' line would cut through Ferguson and link the city- and county-favored routes.
Slay Calls Ferguson Unrest 'Defining Moment' of His TenureThe Democrat announced earlier this year he will not seek a fifth term in the election next year.
St. Louis Appoints First-Ever Resilience OfficerThe office is part of the 100 Resilient Cities effort, a program from the Rockefeller Foundation that helps cities worldwide plan for and deal with potentially damaging events.
City Staff Checks Well-Being of At-Risk Residents During HeatSt. Louis city staff will be checking on at-risk residents during the heat.
Aldermen President Halts Approval of New Homeless ShelterLewis Reed says area residents were not given enough time or notice to give input.
St. Louis Land Leased For $1 Becomes Tree Farm TodayFresh Coast plans to plant 27,000 fast-growing trees on a total of 60 acres of land in six US cities.
Mayor, Business, Teens Tout Summer Jobs ProgramSTL Youth Jobs providing 500 jobs through 115 employers.
Group Helps Keep STL Cool with Air-Conditioner GiveawayWith more hot weather on the way this week, the charity Cool Down St. Louis is giving away air conditioners to those in need.
Slay to Sign Prescription Drug Monitoring Law TuesdayAlderwoman Lyda Krewson says 49 other states realize the need for a prescription drug monitoring program.