St. Louis homeless

St. Louis Opens Homeless Shelter as Weather Hits LowsA relatively warm December is coming to an end, and the weather is taking a turn for the cold. As a result, St. Louis officials are opening the city's emergency shelter for the homeless.
Kevin Killeen's Whole 'nother Story -- Sidewalk ManToday, Kevin meets a man who spends the night on a sidewalk warming grate outside the hockey arena...
Downtown Residents Push for Shutdown of Larry Rice Shelter
Homeless Headcount Sparks Discussion in Mayor's RaceThe city's annual homeless headcount is underway -- with organizers predicting there will be fewer homeless tallied here than a year ago.
Larry Rice Fears Mayor Slay Wants Him Shut DownOffering 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.
City Warns Rice -- No More Homeless Campouts on the Sidewalk
New Signs Aim to Stop Culture of BeggingDirector of Human Services Bill Siedhoff believes many of the people begging are not destitute.
Charlie Brennan - Friday, June 8thCharlie talks with the Rev. Larry Rice who wants the homeless at the Galleria; with Sgt. Jason Grellner of Franklin County, MO, about a woman cooking meth at a local WalMart; with Bob Edgar of Common Cause and Chuck DeVore of the TX Public Policy about ALEC; and with STL Sculptor Harry Weber about today's Dred and Harriet Scott statue dedication.
Homeless Mission Planning Another Tent CityEmbarassed and shut down last week, New Lifers are Regrouping
Kevin Killeen's Whole 'nother Story -- Former Homeless Woman Sad to See Shacks Go
Charlie Brennan - Friday, May 4thCharlie talks with "Calendar Girl" Singer Neil Sedaka; with Robin Wahby and Prof. Martin Rochester who take differing viewpoints on transfer students and unaccredited STL schools; with 1904 World's Fair Society President Michael Truax about fact and fiction surrounding the Fair; and with the Rev. Larry Rice and Bill Siedhoff about the moving of the STL homeless encampments.
Charlie Brennan: Nancy Gibbs, Ken Schmidt, Ray Hartman & Rev. Larry RiceCharlie talks with Time magazine Editor Nancy Gibbs about her book, "The Presidents Club "; with STL Immigration Att'y Ken Schmidt about the Arizona immigration law; with John Regenbogen of Scenic Missouri about State billboard legislation; with Ray Hartman about the upcoming "Costas to the Max" event this Sat., Apr. 28, honoring Disability Rights Activist Max Starkloff; and with the Rev. Larry Rice about moving the Downtown STL homeless encampment.
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