Police Chief Meeting Set for TonightThe search for a new St. Louis Police Chief is the topic of another public hearing set for Tuesday
Hazelwood Holds Public Hearing on Body CamsNot everyone is in favor of body cameras for police.
Local Group 24:1 Travels to D.C.A local community group will be headed to Washington D.C. next week to talk to Senators Mccaskill and Blunt.
Sen. Blunt Holds Town Hall Phone MeetingUS Senator Roy Blunt says he's gearing up for what are sure to be some rough-and-tumble moments in Congress when former FBI Director James Comey shows up to testify next week.
St. Louis Cardinal Weighs in on Trump, Pope MeetingSt. Louis native New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan shares his thoughts on the Vatican meeting between the Pope and the President.
Official Agreement Signed on Metrolink Safety PlanThe Bi State Development board meets Friday morning to discuss the document further, and Metro board members said they'll support it.
County Council Votes 'No' on Later Start TimeA proposal to push back the start time for St. Louis County Council meetings to 6:30 so more people have a chance to attend has been shot down.
Has Progress Stalled for a Safer Metro-Link System?The safety issues seem to be having an impact - MetroLink has lost 20 percent of its ridership in the last three years.
Meeting Set to Hear Public Opinions on MetrolinkSt. Louis County Council chair Sam Page says the council has set a date and time to hear public testimony concerning safety and security on the Metrolink.
Another Meeting Planned for the Future of MetrolinkMetrolink murders and how to make the system safer will be the subject of an upcoming meeting planned with local political leaders and the head of Metro Transit.
Residents Hold Town Hall Meeting Without Ann WagnerConstituents in Missouri's 2nd Congressional District held their own town hall forum Thursday night because they say Republican Ann Wagner won't meet with them.
Local Leaders Come to Consensus on Metrolink SecurityEmerging from the 90 minute meeting, St. Clair County Board Chairman Mark Kern, St. Louis Mayor-Elect Lyda Krewson and St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger says they've agreed the light rail line needs more police and turnstiles.