Dotson: "I'm Not Stepping Down and I'm Not Resigning"The Ethical Society of Police (E.S.O.P.), representing about 20 percent of the force, issued a harshly critical report of the department under Dotson.
Dotson: Why I'm Against Groups Feeding The HomelessDotson told KMOX's Mark Reardon that he's been getting a lot of heat on social media following a crackdown against those feeding the homeless.
STL Police Hope to Keep Mardi Gras Revelers From FallingBefore you have fun at Mardi Gras this weekend, there's one new thing that officials are focusing on - keeping an eye to the sky.
Demonstrators Protest Absent Officials at Ferguson MeetingA vocal protest of about 50 demonstrators at St. Louis City Hall occurred Monday after several officials did not attend the Ferguson Reform meeting on Sunday.
DOTSON: Police Will Stand Ready All WeekendSt. Louis Police are preparing for possible trouble on the streets after an autopsy shows the man shot and killed by police earlier this week was shot in the back.
Police, Protesters Plan for Anniversary of Ferguson ShootingPolice in St. Louis County say they're expecting a peaceful weekend from protesters marking the anniversary of the fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson but that they'll be prepared should events turn violent.
Dotson and Faith Leaders Pray for an End to ViolencePolice officers and faith leaders gather to pray for an end to violent crime in St. Louis.
Could KC Strategies Lower St. Louis' Murder Rate?We keep checking to see if St. Louis is enacting any of the same strategies as our western neighbor-Kansas City.
St. Louis Police Seek $1M From State in Ferguson ReimbursementSt. Louis police are seeking a refund from the state for money spent quelling the riots in Ferguson, but what if the state says no?
First City Police Academy Class Graduates Following Unrest in FergusonThere was extra applause along with higher expectations for the first St. Louis Police Academy class to graduate since the events in Ferguson.
Ferguson Unrest Could Cost Taxpayers MillionsThe cost of extra policing in Ferguson after rioting and looting that followed the police shooting death of an unarmed 18-year-old could cost local, Missouri and federal taxpayers millions of dollars.
How Much Will Police Response in Ferguson Cost Taxpayers?St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson says police don't get to pick and choose which crises they'd like to respond to.