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.
Committee to Help St. Louis City in Police Chief SearchIt could be another year before St. Louis selects a new police chief - but there's a committee in place to start the search.
City Hall Struggles to Close Police Pay GapSt. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson scrambling to find $20 million dollars to fill the police pay gap as dozens of officers plan to leave for better paying jobs in the county.
Protesters Clash at the Confederate Monument in Forest ParkAfter the situation calmed down and police left, somebody returned to spray paint the statue.
St. Louis County Council Meets to Discuss Metrolink after Train ShootingOne day after a Metrolink train was shot up in the metro east, St. Louis county council members will hold a special meeting today to talk about safety on the light rail line.
Officials Look for Community Support in Police Chief SearchInterim chief Lawrence O'Toole says it's not just a new chief that's needed, but a new attitude from the community about working with the police.
Local Man Fights to Keep Forest Park Confederate Memorial A man whose great-grandfather served on the city council that put the Confederate monument in Forest Park sends a letter to the mayor to try to save it.
Mayor Krewson's Board of Alderman Replacement Forced to WithdrawThe St. Louis Democratic Committee's pick to replace Mayor Lyda Krewson on the Board of Alderman is dropping out of the race.
St. Louis' City Minimum Wage May Rise as Early as Next WeekMayor Lyda Krewson calls the increase "good for our city's economy'' and "a win for our city's working families.''