The order also says there’s no probable cause to believe Matthew Teter committed an offense and that no charges will be pursued.
Police board members watched the numbers on a slide show as the Chief tallied the increase: murder up 36 percent, rape up 62 percent, robbery up 57 percent, aggravated assault up nine percent, larceny up 46 percent, and arson up 44 percent.
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–Courting the union vote, Mayoral hopeful Lewis Reed stood on the steps of city hall accusing Mayor Slay of pushing a plan to force new city hires to sign a document waiving their benefits. […]
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–The gloves are off in the mayor’s race, as challenger Lewis Reed accuses Mayor Slay of “pay-to-play” politics in awarding $32 million in “no bid” contracts to firms from which Slay received campaign money. […]
The city’s annual homeless headcount is underway — with organizers predicting there will be fewer homeless tallied here than a year ago.
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–Afraid their retirement might suffer, St. Louis firefighters file a lawsuit to try to block Mayor Slay’s latest plan for pension reform. The St. Louis Firefighters Retirement System has filed suit against Board Bill […]
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–After getting the job of top cop with the help of Mayor Slay, newly-sworn-in Police Chief Sam Dotson says he won’t play politics or hesitate to stand up to the Mayor if he feels […]
A St. Louis man faces felony animal abuse charges after detectives linked him to a crime where a dog was shot 12 times, strangled with an electrical cord and thrown in a dumpster.
A lot of character traits were thrown around at the first of three forums on what the public expects out of the next chief.
Today, Kevin unwittingly offends the honorable Congressman Wm. Lacy Clay, when asked about his ability to deliver the votes in the upcoming mayoral contest…