Aldermen Give Final 'OK' to Bill Granting Immunity to Drug UsersA bill that would grant immunity from prosecution to drug users who call for an ambulance to help someone overdosing.
Aldermen: Don't Prosecute People Who Help Overdosing Drug UsersAldermen perfected the language of the bill by a wide majority, and it's expected to gain final passage soon.
Alderman Denies Domestic AssaultChris Carter faces misdemeanor assault charge.
Fighting to Lower Drug Overdose DeathsTwo bills before city board of aldermen address wave of drug overdoses.
St. Louis Starts To Make Right on Racial Disparity Problems
Board of Aldermen Rejects Chicken, Goat ProposalSt. Louis Board of Aldermen says NO to a plan that would have let residents keep as many as eight chickens in their back yard.
Alderwoman Green Skips NFL Bribery HearingMegan Green was expected to lay out her case for bribery around the football stadium.
St. Louis Aldermen May Drop Bribery ProbeWhen is a bribe a bribe, and when is a bribe just a deal?
Gov. Nixon Supports St. Louis' Effort to Raise Minimum WageA minimum wage increase was approved in Kansas City and now Nixon supports one here as well.
Dotson's Plan for Highway Patrol Brings Mixed Reactions from City HallDowntown STL Inc.'s Missy Kelley says she supports the plan to bring in the Highway Patrol to help reduce crime downtown, but it's getting mixed reaction from the Board of Aldermen.
Civilian Review Board Plan to be Introduced to Board of AldermenWith the blessing of the mayor, a plan to create a civilian review board to monitor complaints of police misconduct in St. Louis comes before the board of aldermen today.
Mayor Slay: 'Disruption' Will be Allowed in St. LouisMayor Slay has requested 400 members of the National Guard to help in the city after the grand jury's decision is announced in the Michael Brown case.

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