Mayor Thanks Voters for Passage of Prop P in St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson says she is thrilled that voters approved a sales tax hike to give money towards first responders in the city of St. Louis.
Candidates for St. Louis Police Chief Narrowed DownMayor Lyda Krewson's spokesman Koran Addo says those cut failed to meet the requirement of either having a bachelor's degree, or obtaining and holding the rank of Captain or above for 10 years.
Media Groups Condemn St. Louis Protest Arrests of ReportersThe Committee to Protect Journalists sent the letter Tuesday to Mayor Lyda Krewson pointing out that at least 10 journalists have been arrested while covering the protests.
Panel Discussion On Stockley Verdict Turns Into Shouting MatchProtesters made up most of audience at Harris-Stowe State University.
Mayor Proposes Lambert Privatization PlanLambert International Airport would be leased out to a private investors, under a proposal Mayor Krewson is exploring to raise cash.
South Grand: One of Five Great Streets, APA's Great Places In AmericaSouth Grand Boulevard in South St. Louis City has been named "A Great Street" by the American Planning Association (APA) in their 10th annual Great Places in America list.
Aldermen May Honor Police For Work With ProtestersResolution heads to Public Safety Committee, which has been critical of police tactics with protesters.
Approval For Police Body Cameras Comes Out Of Raucous MeetingA standing room only crowd shouting and interrupting politicians--and then the politicians turned on each other.
Start Up Founder Calls For Political Unity in Face of ProtestsFormer St. Louis startup founder wants city officials to come together.
Mayor Krewson Cancels Upcoming Town Hall Meetings"After much consideration, we are postponing our Town Halls for this week because they are happening in the streets and in my inbox and on social media right now. We are listening."
Sunday's Peaceful Protests Give Way to CrimePolice in St. Louis say they made more than 80 arrested overnight after peaceful protests gave way to property damage.
Hundreds Gather to Protest in Loop; Krewson Encourages Public To Go About LivesBig musical acts U2 and Ed Sheehan cancelled their weekend shows in the city. "I'm disappointed for those of you who have tickets, however, the issues being protested are real impediments to the success of our city," Krewson said.

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