Hammer Attack Prompts Minister to Urge Churches to Shelter HomelessChurches would shelter women and children by night, and they'd be picked up in the morning.
Rev. Rice Hopes to Re-Open NLEC This FallRev. Larry Rice says he's been getting the run-around from City Hall on what exact repairs are needed to re-open.
Larry Rice Gives Out Metrolink Tickets to HomelessA minister to the homeless plans to give out some 600 free passes good for Metrolink to the homeless in downtown today.
Larry Rice Asks Gov. Greitens for Help with HomelessAsked what buildings he had in mind, Rice says there may be some space at the State Hospital on Arsenal Street.
Rev. Larry Rice Continues Fight to Open NLECThe city has opened up a temporary shelter in a weed control warehouse north of downtown for the homeless, but Rice isn't impressed.
Rev. Larry Rice Spends the Night Outside Closed Homeless ShelterWith his New Life Evangelistic Center ordered closed, the Reverend Larry Rice spent the night outside the downtown St. Louis homeless shelter with more than a dozen of his clients.
St. Louis's Plan for Homeless Shelter Allowed to ProceedThe decision came after a judge refused the independent mayoral candidate's request to keep the shelter open.
New Life Homeless Shelter Packs Up For ShutdownFrantic packing underway while homeless wonder where they will end up.
Rev. Rice Upset By BB Gun ThreatThe Rev. Larry Rice is calling on police to do something about a woman quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch saying she might shoot at the homeless -- and those helping them -- with a BB gun.
City Orders Homeless Shelter to Shut Down as Overdose Numbers RiseThe order came in two days into a recent outbreak of synthetic marijuana overdoses.
Health Director Clears Out Homeless Park Citing Fears of Rats, FleasA downtown park popular with the homeless -- drawing complaints from neighbors -- was declared a nuisance due in part to an infestation of rats and fleas.
Rev. Rice Opposes Restrictions on Ministries Helping the HomelessA downtown minister to the homeless is opposing an alderman's plan to put new restrictions on ministries that give away free blankets and other items to the homeless from mobile trucks.