The New Life Evangelistic Center for the homeless warns St. Louis City Hall a lawsuit is coming.
After the vigil, some participants demonstrated outside the Ferguson Police Department. Police arrested several protesters.
St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger wouldn’t elaborate, but wasn’t cold to the idea either.
St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay says at least some judges are hearing his concerns – stricter sentences for violent offenders is what he wants to see.
The task force appointed by Gov. Nixon to investigate stadium options for the St. Louis Rams will hold a news conference at noon today. Sources say the event will be at Union Station and officials will outline and show plans for a new stadium.
State Senator Jamilah Nasheed, Mayor Slay and Police Chief Dotson all vowed to fight gun violence.
Sharon Quigley Carpenter defeated primary opponents Jimmie Matthews and Ed McFowland Tuesday after stepping down in July.
More than 800 transportation projects will be in limbo with the failure of Amendment 7, the $.75 sales tax.
Aldermanic President Lewis Reed says including an extra $29 million for McKee in a general obligation bond on the November ballot could turn off voters.
Mayor Slay announced today that the 16-story historic building at 810 Olive will soon house three stories of Webster University and, above that, loft apartments.