Mayor Slay announced a deal has been worked out to provide $25 annual memberships for low-income kids, ending a political standoff.
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–A neighborhood preservationist is warning the city’s southside may be sliding toward the same fate as north St. Louis. “The city’s already struggling with a huge vacant land problem on the northside,” said Michael Allen, Director of […]
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–Is change on the horizon for St. Louis Police Chief Dan Isom? A source tells KMOX that Isom is voluntarily considering a move into teaching at the university level. Asked about his possible retirement […]
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–If you see flames leaping from the mailboxes in south St. Louis, it’s not the heat — it’s just the latest political ads in the race for city treasurer. In the four-way Democratic primary, […]
The mayor, the police, social workers and church pastors call for an end to the rising wave of shootings in the city.
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–A plan to slash soaring pension costs for firefighters gains final passage in the Board of Aldermen — despite threats of a lawsuit from firefighters vowing to stop it. “The faster we pass this, […]
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–Mayor Slay’s brother Leo was arrested Sunday afternoon on a heroin charge at the River City Casino in Lemay. The Missouri Highway patrol arrested Leo Slay — who is in his 40s — after reports […]
They warned they would do it, and now they have.
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–Taking his fight for pension reform to a new venue, Mayor Slay pushed a resolution through the police board calling for the saving of 30 officers’ positions slated for cutting — if and only if […]
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–The sponsor of a pension reform plan that St. Louis firefighters say they won’t sue over is preparing to make an end run around a rival alderman who is holding up the plan in committee. […]