Judge Orders St. Louis Police to Change Tactics to Protect Rights of PeopleThe judge heard testimony from protesters who say they were kettled and assaulted by police who say they were under attack and trying to keep the peace.
ACLU Files Suit Against St. Louis PoliceThe American Civil Liberties Union asks a federal judge to rule whether St. Louis police violated the Constitutional rights of Stockley verdict protesters.
State Rep. Files Proposal to Keep Protesters Out of TrafficA Missouri State Rep is trying to increase penalties for those who illegally block traffic without a permit.
Activists Speak at County Council as Stockley Protests ContinueThe ever-widening rift between police and Stockley protesters was on full display during Tuesday's meeting of the St. Louis County Council.
Protests May Actually Impress InvestorsThe President of St. Louis Transplants says it's not time to run from our regional problems
Artists Paint Scenes of Hope After VandalismA local artist is one of many donating their time to decorate a few boarded-up windows along the Delmar Loop, the scene of a destructive protest Saturday night.
Protesters, Police Clash In Downtown St. LouisWhat started off as peaceful protests throughout the streets of downtown St. Louis seems to have taken more violent turn.
Car Drives Through Protesters in KirkwoodProtesters in Kirkwood last night dodged out of the way of a speeding vehicle.
ACLU Cautions Police Ahead of Proteststhe American Civil Liberties Union is warning police to remember the lessons learned in Ferguson.
Protesters Confront Greitens Over Minimum WageMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens faces hecklers on a hot parking lot as he unveils his crime-fighting plan for St. Louis.
Protesters Clash at the Confederate Monument in Forest ParkAfter the situation calmed down and police left, somebody returned to spray paint the statue.
Ann Wagner Says Protesters Have Crossed the LineMissouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner says she and her staff have been receiving death and other violent threats.