100th Day in Office: Mayor Krewson on St. Louis Police, Chief Search"I think, ideally, our sales tax would not be as high as it is, but I also think that in this job, you don't get the luxury of not doing something," she says. "It'll be two to three dollars for a family, per month."
Residents Look For Relief During This Week's Grueling TempsCity residents might be getting an automated call from Mayor Lyda Krewson as the scorching heat lingers.
'Bloodbath:' Survey Predicts Mass STL City Police Exodus"If we go that many officers short, it's going to be a bloodbath," St. Louis Police Officers Association Business Manager Jeff Roorda says.
Gov. Greitens and Mayor Krewson to Present Safety PlanAhead of the news conference Monday afternoon, Greitens shared a video to his Facebook page of footage shot Sunday night, as he deployed a Special Operations Unit of Missouri State Highway Patrol in the city of St. Louis.
Bill to End Tow, Storage Fees for Victims of Car TheftAldermen passed a bill that gives crime victims 72 hours to pick up their car from a city tow lot.
Krewson, Panel Grilled on Qualities They Expect of Police Chief CandidatesThe 2-hour session covered a wide range of topics, including the most important aspect the next chief should possess.
Stenger, Krewson Lead Delegation to ArgentinaSt. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger plans to jet-set to South America in November, to drum up interest in the agriculture-tech focused district called '39 North' in West County.
Paris Agreement Pullout: Environmentalists Hate It, Businesses Love ItSt. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson is among the dozens of mayors who say they remain committed to the Paris Accord despite the president's decision to pull out of the deal.
MetroLink, St. Louis Police Safety Efforts Are In MotionA week after MetroLink signed an agreement to work with police on both sides of the river to make the trains safer - organizers say the wheels are in motion.
Fire Chief Says Cool Down Charity Preventing Heat DeathsCharity Cool Down St. Louis looking for donations to help people run their air conditioners.
Mayor Considers How and Where to Move Confederate MonumentRemoval could cost tens of thousands of dollars.
Decision on How to Move Confederate Monument a Few Weeks AwayMoving monument in Forest Park could cost tens of thousands of dollars.

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