Police Union Calls Prop P Passage 'Morale Booster'St. Louis police are getting a $6,000 raise later this year after voters Tuesday approved a half-cent sales tax hike by a 60 percent majority.
Letter to Local Government Calls for Policy Change, EqualityA group of 32 in the Democratic Central Committee sends a letter to the Mayor of St. Louis, Interim Police Chief and the entire Board of Alderman focused on policing, racial equity and policy change.
City Pushes for Prop P Passage as County Debates FundsPolice and fire officials are pushing for passage of a measure on next month's ballot in the city of St. Louis.
Coming Soon: Online Portal To Track How Prop P Dollars Are SpentSponsor Mark Harder says his measure will let the county lead by example.
Missouri's Task Force One Heads To Texas For Hurricane Help"We will see our crews working with the locals and doing water rescues where they're needed, and we would anticipate many of those."
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.

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