Metro Makes Call Logs Available to PublicAdding more security officers is not the only change being made by Metrolink after a rise in crime on its trains and platforms.
Funds Denied for State Capitol Security Budget planners don't want to pay more for new security measures at Misouri's state Capitol.
Local Leaders Come to Consensus on Metrolink SecurityEmerging from the 90 minute meeting, St. Clair County Board Chairman Mark Kern, St. Louis Mayor-Elect Lyda Krewson and St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger says they've agreed the light rail line needs more police and turnstiles.
St. Louis Officials Meet Today to Discuss Metrolink SafetyAfter two fatal shootings on Metrolink in recent weeks, local leaders huddle today to talk about new security measures for the light rail line.
City, County Meeting on Metrolink Security Happening WednesdayStenger says he wants to create a comprehensive plan before taking their suggestions to Metrolink officials.
Increased MetroLink Incidents Prompt Serious Security DiscussionsSt. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger is calling a summit on MetroLink safety in his office next week with incoming city mayor Lyda Krewson and St. Claire County Board Chairman Mark Kern to discuss the next steps for MetroLink.
Security Measures Changing at MO State CapitolMetal detectors and x-ray machines may be on their way out.
Hackers Threaten to Wipe Apple Devices Through iCloudHackers are trying to hold Apple ransom, threatening to remotely erase millions of iPhones, iPads and Macs through iCould if the company doesn't pay up.
TSA Increases Security With More Full Pat-DownsUproar over the pat down of a special needs boy at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport prompted one KMOX listener to reach out.
Local Tech Company Develops Facial Recognition Security SystemA company with an advanced facial recognition program right here in Saint Louis could change threats for businesses.
MetroLink Says Turnstiles Are Too ExpensiveMetro's been asked about turnstiles and fences before, and their response has been that it would be too expensive. But the chorus is growing louder.
Senate Votes to Limit Internet PrivacyA Senate vote could affect what internet providers could do with your browsing habits - without your permission.

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