Wildwood Pledges to Use Prop P for PoliceWildwood makes a promise about its Prop P proceeds.
Stenger Says Prop P is Only for Public SafetyStenger says spending Prop P money on anything other than public safety violates the law.
Police Chief Calls Prop P Spending 'Innappropriate'St. Louis County's police chief says it's "inappropriate" for cities to use their Prop P sales tax proceeds for road work instead of police.
Clayton Reveals Prop P Spending PlanClayton city manager Craig Owens says their $800 thousand a year share of prop p will go to public safety.
Elizabeth Snyder Willing to Protest Chesterfield Prop P AllocationElizabeth Snyder, the widow of fallen St. Louis County police officer Blake Snyder, says she'll protest if she has to to keep Chesterfield from spending money promised to public safety on potholes instead.
Using Prop P Money for PotholesOne suburb wants to use its cash in a way that's raising some eyebrows.
Kansas City Man Detained for Passport FraudA Kansas City man born in Somalia has been ordered detained on a passport-fraud charge while the FBI investigates whether he has terrorism links.
County Mayors Divided on Prop PSt. Louis County's mayors don't agree on Proposition P, the half-cent sales tax increase to fund public safety.
St. Clair County Proposes Sales Tax for Public SafetyA quarter of the money raised annually would go to local public safety departments within Saint Clair County to spend on their needs.
County Considering Sales Tax Increase to Fund Public Safety ImprovementsThe tax would generate $46 million a year for the county, and $34 million for the other municipalities - generating $80 million total annually.
Downtown to Get More Than 2,000 New StreetlightsThe project, led by the nonprofit Downtown STL, is expected to be completed by the end of next year.
Nixon Vows to Veto Sweeping Missouri Gun Rights BillNixon had received more than 4,000 emails, faxes, letters, mail-ins and electronic petitions concerning the bill.

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