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Richard Callow

Smoke and steam rise from the dig site at the Bridgeton Sanitary Landfill, May 23, 2013
(Photo: KMOX/Kevin Killeen)

Stenger: Dooley Has Conflict of Interest in Burning Bridgeton Landfill

Steve Stenger says it’s wrong for the nuclear dump site spokesman, Richard Callow, to also be playing a role in the Dooley re-election effort.

07/31/2014

Attorney Drew Baebler represents cab drivers suing the local cab commission

Cab Commission Called “Monopoly” in Lawsuit

A dozen taxi cab drivers demonstrated outside the civil courts building, where their attorney has filed a lawsuit accusing the Metropolitan Taxi Cab Commission of operating a “monopoly” that hinders cab drivers from starting their own business.

05/21/2014

Bridgeton Sanitary Landfill, where underground fire has been smoldering since December 2010 (Photo: KMOX)

Hot Spot Near West Lake Landfill Raises Concerns

ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–An environmental group is warning a new underground fire could be forming at a Bridgeton landfill — closer to buried nuclear waste than the current fire. The existing underground fire at the Bridgeton Sanitary […]

09/13/2013

St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley, (KMOX/file photo)

Activists Question Dooley’s Ties to Bridgeton Landfill

Charlie Dooley has had financial and political ties to Richard Callow, a political consultant who is now working in public relations for Republic Services, the company that owns the burning landfill.

08/14/2013

Slay Reed lead

Alderman Downplays Bribery Allegations To Federal Investigators

The saga began Monday when KMOX revealed that alderman Sam Moore claims to have been offered $10,000 to keep quiet in the race.

02/05/2013

Slay Reed lead

Alderman Says He Was Offered Bribe To Stay Out Of Mayoral Race

“An individual called me on the phone… and they offered me $10,000 not to say anything, not to be a part of the race, just do nothing,” Sam Moore said.

02/04/2013

Slay Reed lead

UPDATE: Reed Fearful of ‘Side Money’ In Mayoral Race

In the spring of 2011, the fund, Citizens for a Stronger St. Louis, was converted into a not-for-profit fund. Reed questions how it’s being used now.

02/01/2013

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