NLEC Asks Court to Intervene in Shelter Shut-Down"Thank God we live in democracy here and we have judges that can overrule things," Rice says. "We just saw it happen as far as the President of the United States."
Rev. Larry Rice Rallies Outside of New Life Evangelistic CenterRice is being sued as a nuisance property and the city has also issued a fresh order for him to close.
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.
Reverend Rice Faces Revocation of Hotel LicenseReverend Rice's motion of a conflict of interest was denied and there's a possibility that he could loose his hotel license for the New Life Evangelistic Center downtown.
New Development in Homeless Center's Court Battle A new hire at a Clayton law firm representing a group of downtown St. Louis condominium owners has Reverend Larry Rice crying foul.
Downtown Residents Push for Shutdown of Larry Rice Shelter
Reverend Rice, Dooley Agree On Homeless ServicesA St. Louis County homeless shelter is quickly becoming a reality and the County Executive is looking to provide services for the homeless.
Charlie Brennan - Wednesday, June 27Charlie talks with the Rev. Larry Rice, who plans on taking a caravan of homeless people to the Galleria mall, due to the105 degree temperatures expected outside tomorrow; and with STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon.
UPDATED: Rice Files Federal Suit In Wake Of Homeless Camp ShutdownRice said Friday he wanted to file the suit, "because we believe we have a right to be there."
Charlie Brennan: Regretting Afghanistan & HomelessDo you regret that our country began a war in Afghanistan a decade ago?
City Hall, Pastor Clash Over Homeless Camp Reverend Rice says he's considering a new homeless tent city on land near the Botanical Garden and Interstate 44 in south St. Louis.
Homeless Activist Disputes City's ClaimsEarlier this week, the city's Director of Human Services Bill Siedoff spoke glowingly of efforts to get the homeless off the street.