KMOX News has learned Ferguson protestors are seeking St. Louis Rams tickets in the hopes of getting into the Edward Jones Dome and disrupting this Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Missouri will have a new government agency to help low-income and minority families after sometimes violent protests erupted earlier this year following a police shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-old.
Stenger told KMOX’s Mark Reardon that he trusts McCulloch to conduct a fair investigation, especially with the eyes of the nation on him.
Mayor James Knowles says first sessions will “clear up misinformation that is circulating.”
Spokesman Ed Magee on Wednesday said St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch has ordered that the proceedings be transcribed and audio-recorded, an unusual step for grand juries in Missouri.
Some Democratic candidates could find opposition from within their own party from a new coalition of local African-American politicians.
Hancock & Kelley – Wednesday, September 17 – County Council Meeting; Scott Scnuck; Mike Shannon; Outrage Over NFL Attitude
Michael and Debbie on last night’s boisterous County Council meeting; with Scott Schnuck on Schnucks Markets 7th anniversary and this year’s United Way campaign; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; on outrage over the NFL’s attitude in the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson child abuse and domestic abuse cases; and with Rachel Witt about the First Annual South Grand Fall Fest.
A committee that includes municipal court judges is working to reform St. Louis County’s 81 local courts.
The grand jury in the Michael Brown shooting case has now been given until early 2015 to decide whether charges should be brought against Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
Many told Stenger that he has until noon on Wednesday to denounce County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch, who endorsed Stenger’s bid for County Executive in the primary.