Mayor Francis Slay

Slay Blames Justice System for St. Louis Crime IncreaseOne local judge doesn't quite agree with Slay's opinion to throw the book harder at criminals.
Mayor Slay Calls For Sandbaggers in South St. LouisRiver Des Peres is expected to reach its second highest level after the 1993 flood.
Less Money Fewer Cops: Slay, Dotson Struggle For FundsWith red light cameras out of the equation, it's not clear how many officers could be hired even if aldermen pass a funding plan.
Slay Announces Winner of Holiday Card Design ContestThe winning design will be used as Mayor and Mrs. Slay's 2015 holiday e-cards.
Ethical Society of Police Says There's a Problem With Chief DotsonThe ESOP did not call for Dotson's resignation, but said they would if there are not changes.
St. Louis City Counselor Winston Calvert ResignsSources tell KMOX Winston Calvert's departure may not have been entirely voluntary.
Demonstrators Protest Absent Officials at Ferguson MeetingA vocal protest of about 50 demonstrators at St. Louis City Hall occurred Monday after several officials did not attend the Ferguson Reform meeting on Sunday.
Judge Dismisses Homeless Shelter's Lawsuit Against St. LouisA U.S. District Judge said the lawsuit was premature because the city gave New Life Evangelistic Center the option of applying for a new license or reducing its occupancy.
Slay Pushes Special Court for Violent OffendersMayor Francis Slay says he has discussed with judges about a special court to handle criminals who use guns.
Judge Mulls Suit's Bid to Block St. Louis Minimum Wage BoostA judge on Tuesday began weighing a business-backed lawsuit that seeks to stop St. Louis from incrementally raising its minimum wage, ultimately deciding whether it's legal for the city to have a wage higher than what the state commands.
St. Margaret of Scotland School Dedicates New BuildingIt's the first new, free-standing elementary Catholic school building in St. Louis in more than 50 years.
Could Fire Budget Cuts Be Solution For More STL Police?Slay's office hasn't denounced the idea of cutting money from the fire budget to hire more police.

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