Mayor Francis Slay

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St. Louis Challenges Missouri Ban on Gay Marriage

The city of St. Louis issued four same-sex marriage licenses in a City Hall ceremony.


Alderman Jeffery Boyd, 22nd Ward. Photo: KMOX

Jeffrey Boyd Files Ethics Complaint Against Mavis Thompson

Boyd says at a Third Ward meeting in April, Thompson passed out literature about her accomplishments in office that was not paid for by her campaign.


Paul McKee discusses his dreams for north St. Louis. Photo: KMOX

No Groundbreaking Date Set for McKee’s Northside Redevelopment Plan

Last winter, developer Paul McKee said there would be a June groundbreaking on his Northside redevelopment project.



Mayor Slay: Intelligence Agency Will Stay in St. Louis

Mayor Slay says the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, a major employer, isn’t moving outside the St. Louis region.


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City Releases Obesity Reduction Plan

Mayor Slay wants to lower the obesity rate by 5 percent in the city by 2018.


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St. Louis Touts Unified Economic Development Plans

St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay and County Executive Charlie Dooley joined several dozen regional leaders Tuesday morning to unveil a new strategic plan for the region’s economic developments.


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Aldermanic Budget Committee Looks to Close $10M Shortfall

The city is facing a $10 million shortfall to fix for the fiscal year that starts July 1.


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Missouri Senate Passes Controversial Gun Nullification Bill

Missouri is one step closer to passing a law that would would ban federal workers who enforce federal gun laws from getting jobs with the state.


St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay (Photo: KMOX)

Kansas City, St. Louis Mayors Oppose GOP Gun Bill

Kansas City Mayor Sly James and St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay called the measure “absurd” and said it could make it easier for criminals to get guns.


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Despite Courtroom Claim, Police Say No Lyft Drivers Arrested

The attorney for the Metropolitan Taxicab Commission argued that Lyft’s background checks aren’t up to snuff, as witnessed by the weekend arrest of a Lyft driver on an outstanding felony.




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