Mayor Considers How and Where to Move Confederate MonumentRemoval could cost tens of thousands of dollars.
Decision on How to Move Confederate Monument a Few Weeks AwayMoving monument in Forest Park could cost tens of thousands of dollars.
No Money in Sight for St. Louis City PoliceWith some 80 St. Louis police officers applying for better paying jobs in the county, there's no solution in sight at city hall.
UPDATE: 5 Year Old Shot in Chest Still in Critical Condition
STL City Officers Involved in ShootingOne suspect hospitalized.
Bi-State Board OKs MetroLink Policing PlanThe memorandum calls for the transit arm of Bi-State, Metro, and the city and counties to form a task force that will patrol the entire system.
St. Louis' City Minimum Wage May Rise as Early as Next WeekMayor Lyda Krewson calls the increase "good for our city's economy'' and "a win for our city's working families.''
Rec Center Serves as Temp Homeless Shelter; Kids' Classes on HoldAbout 75 homeless women are being housed at the rec center, which now looks like a shelter more than a recreational complex.
SC STL's Peacock Says STL Leadership is a Problem; Brennan and Reardon RespondAfter Propositions 2's failure in the city of St. Louis, seemingly putting a halt on future plans to build an MLS soccer stadium downtown, SC STL partner Dave Peacock told KMOX local leadership is a problem. KMOX's Charlie Brennan and Mark Reardon respond.
St. Louis City has Highest Obesity, Smoking RatesThe latest County Health Rankings report by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is out, giving us a glimpse at where we stand on some critical health issues throughout the region.
Passage of County's Prop P Draws Concern for SLMPDWhile police in St. Louis County are celebrating the passage of Prop P, there's worry about the fallout for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.
New Life Evangelistic Center No Reprieve, Arch City Defenders File SuitJudge Refused a Stay to Keep NLEC Open