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Charlie Brennan – Thursday, July 31 – STL County Executive Charlie Dooley; Allan Sloan; Michael Allen

Charlie talks with Incumbent St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley, who is running for reelection; with Fortune magazine’s Allan Sloan about companies incorporating overseas to dodge taxes; and with Architectural Historian Michael Allen about the “scarring” of the outside of St. Louis’s City Hall Building.

07/31/2014

St. Louis City Hall (KMOX/file photo)

Alderman Shane Cohn Proposes Plan To Renovate City Hall

Alderman Shane Cohn says City Hall needs up to $50 million in restorations and he has a plan for residents to pitch in.

06/14/2013

The Reverend Larry Rice, New Life Evangelistic Center. Photo: KMOX

Larry Rice Fears Mayor Slay Wants Him Shut Down

Offering a rare tour of his five-story New Life Evangelistic Center, the Reverend Larry Rice says there are no code violations or unsafe living conditions.

09/13/2012

Alderman Gregory Carter's desk, St. Louis Board of Aldermen

Special Election Set for Late Alderman Carter’s Seat

The City Election Board will hold a Special Election in Ward 27 on Tuesday, October 16.

08/14/2012

Alderman Greg Carter spring of 2012

St. Charles Man Faces DWI Charges in Crash that Killed St. Louis Alderman

Alderman Gregory Carter was driving his UPS truck and was unable to stop in time to avoid the vehicles in front of him.

08/03/2012

Alderman Gregory Carter's desk, St. Louis Board of Aldermen

UPDATE: City Hall Mourns the Death of an Alderman

ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–The empty desk by the window was topped with a pile of aldermanic bills, an American flag, a St. Louis flag, and the brass name plate reading — Gregory Carter, 27th Ward Aldermen. Carter, […]

08/01/2012

City crews knock down Dignity Harbor homeless camp

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.

05/13/2012

Jim Roos and a friend celebrate his Supreme Court victory

U.S. Supreme Court Let’s St. Louis Protest Sign Stay Put

City Hall called it an eyesore and an ordinance violation, but the High Court thinks otherwise

02/21/2012

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