Aldermen President Halts Approval of New Homeless ShelterLewis Reed says area residents were not given enough time or notice to give input.
3 Teens Shot in St. Louis, Expected to SurvivePolice say one teen was shot in the forehead, another in the shoulder, and another in the arm.
St. Louis Land Leased For $1 Becomes Tree Farm TodayFresh Coast plans to plant 27,000 fast-growing trees on a total of 60 acres of land in six US cities.
North St. Louis Church Damaged By Arson, Racist GraffitiInvestigators say a gasoline-soaked tire was thrown through the window of main sanctuary.
Completion Of Coldwater Creek Cleanup Still 10 Years AwayRemoval of radioactive waste resulting from the Manhattan Project recently reached 75 percent mark.
STL Officials Launch "Project Connect" For NGA SiteMayor Slay says NGA West site will not be an "isolated island" in north city.
High Expectations Set for Ferguson Civilian Review Board 'This is not some fluff position,' task force member Jeff Ahrens says.
Police: Man, 18, Fatally Shot in Moline AcresOfficers responded around 8:40 p.m. Thursday and found the man lying dead in the driveway.
Owner Wants to Keep Buster Brown Building From DemolitionIt is inside the footprint of the potential National Geospatial Intelligence Agency's western headquarters site.
Century Old Warehouse Collapses In North St. LouisStructure at N. Broadway and Madison may have been weakened by recent storms.
Illinois Cites Errors in US Spy Agency Relocation ReportA federal study recommending that a U.S. spy agency remain in St. Louis rather than move to Illinois contains geographical errors that officials in the losing state hope will bolster their efforts to win the $1.6 billion project.
Illinois Not Done Fighting For Regional NGA HeadquartersA final decision is expected in early June, with project construction set to begin next year and be completed by 2021.

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