Mayor Francis Slay Announces Plans to Return to LawSt. Louis Mayor Francis Slay announced this morning that at the end of his 16-year term this April, he will be returning to private practice with Spencer Fane law firm in downtown St. Louis.
Major Downtown Law Firm: Will They Stay, or Will They Go?This week, the mayor and an entourage of nine others, including police officials, paid Crouppen a visit to try to get him to stay.
Major Downtown Law Firm to Meet with Mayor Slay About Crime"If you lose control, and you lose the safety of the Central West End and downtown, and businesses much larger than ours start leaving? Well then you descend into chaos," Crouppen says.
Board of Aldermen Passes Soccer Stadium Funding BillThe St. Louis soccer stadium funding bill finally passed after weeks and weeks of debate, the vote 17-9-1.
City Voters May Decide on a Sales Tax Increase in AprilSt. Louis city residents might be asked to approve a half-cent increase for sales tax next spring.
Near-North St. Louis Gets $29.5 Million HUD GrantNearly $30 million to help with housing, business, education, etc.
2016 St. Louis Award Winner: Anna CrosslinInternational Institute CEO honored for advocating for immigrants in the region.
Immigrants Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in St. LouisGathering comes after Presidential election with tough talk on immigration.
Aldermanic President Reed Calls on Mayor to Demote Chief DotsonOn Tuesday, St. Louis Aldermanic President Lewis Reed called on Mayor Slay to demote Dotson if he plans to continue mayoral campaign.
Mayor Slay Tells Uber -- Time to Get With the ProgramAny unofficial 'grace period' Uber had here is now over, Mayor Slay informed the company in a letter today.
Family Fears Foul Play in Missing Man CaseFamily urges police to do more to solve the case.
Slay Offers to Meet with Stenger Over MetroLinkStenger's office says he will return call "as soon as he is able."

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