Missouri Police Arrest 140 Protesters Over Minimum WagePolice in St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri, say they made roughly 140 arrests of protesters who pressed for a $15 per hour minimum wage.
Dozens Arrested During Rowdy "Fight for 15" Rally On HamptonProtestors disrupted evening rush hour traffic for about 30 minutes by sitting in the road.
Ladue Students Walk Out in Protest Following Racially Charged IncidentsA diverse group of students walked of the Ladue Horton Watkins High School and to the district office this afternoon in protest after there have been several reports of racial slurs and incidents since last week's election.
St. Louis Protesters Rally Against Dakota Access PipelineFearing Trump won't take action, demonstrators call on Obama to stop the pipeline.
Hundreds of Anti-Trump Protesters March in St. LouisThe protest was among several that have taken place across the country since the election on Tuesday.
Anti-Trump Protesters March Downtown, More Demonstrations PlannedProtests are popping up all over the country in response to the presidential election.
'Not My President': Nationwide Protests Erupt After Trump Wins ElectionMany feel Trump does not represent the American people.
Gary Johnson Supporters Protest His Exclusion from Presidential DebatesThe protest will take place outside of A-B InBev at 1 p.m.
#BLM Movement Protest at Ballpark Village in Downtown STL"We are out here for the latest police shootings, one protester says. "One is the shooting of Tyre King and the murder of Darren Seals."
No Jail Time for Missouri Capitol Clergy ProtestTwenty-two religious leaders were spared from jail Thursday but still could face fines after being convicted of trespassing during protests in the Missouri Senate.
Final Testimony Wednesday in Trial of Missouri Clergy ProtestersThose protesters, sometimes called the Medicaid 23, each face up to $500 in fines and up to six months behind bars.
Trial for Missouri Clergy Who Protested in Capitol BeginsMore than 20 clergy members dressed in religious garb and bearing crosses packed in a crowded Missouri courtroom Tuesday as their trial began.