County Executive Reacts to Chesterfield Prop P TurnaroundChesterfield plans to spend all of its Prop P sales tax revenue on police after all.
Letter to Local Government Calls for Policy Change, EqualityA group of 32 in the Democratic Central Committee sends a letter to the Mayor of St. Louis, Interim Police Chief and the entire Board of Alderman focused on policing, racial equity and policy change.
Discussing How To Replace Rothman Furniture In ShrewsburyInformal town hall held to talk about future of 8-acre site on Watson.
Mayor Krewson To Protestors: "I Hear You"Promises that reports of police intimidation of Stockley demonstrators will be vigorously investigated.
Krewson: Industrial AC Units To Arrive At Overheated Workhouse MondayCity will need to cut budget somewhere else to cover $40,000/month rental fee.
Francis Slay Reflects on Confederate MonumentAs the debate over who owns the confederate monument in Forest Park continues, former mayor Francis Slay reflects on his tenure with the controversy.
St. Louis Begins Search for New Police ChiefThe search for a new chief will be both local and national, Krewson says.
Kansas City Mayor Offers Advice to St. LouisKansas City Mayor Sly James spoke at Mayor Krewson's ceremony yesterday, and afterwards talked about what St. Louis can do to revitalize its downtown.
Local Officials Offer Advice to New MayorSome aldermen are weighing in on what they think Lyda Krewson needs to do as mayor.
Lyda Krewson Becomes First Female Mayor of St. LouisKrewson captured just over two-thirds of the vote, outdistancing 2nd place Republican Andrew Jones by nearly 30,000 ballots.
City Voter Turnout Lower Than Expected, Upsets PossibleThe election board was predicting 20 percent voter turnout, and low numbers could set the stage for an upset.
County Mayors Divided on Prop PSt. Louis County's mayors don't agree on Proposition P, the half-cent sales tax increase to fund public safety.