ACLU Files Suit Against St. Louis PoliceThe American Civil Liberties Union asks a federal judge to rule whether St. Louis police violated the Constitutional rights of Stockley verdict protesters.
St. Louis Aldermen Vote Down Pro-Police ResolutionAlderman Terry Kennedy warned putting the resolution on the floor of the full board would cause a "firestorm."
UPDATE: Detective Shot By Someone In His Own Personal VehicleA St. Louis police detective is recovering after being shot overnight in South St. Louis.
U.S. Attorney Wades Into Possible Probe of Police Tactics with ProtestersU.S. Attorney makes no promise of a full-scale investigation -- yet.
New Police Investigation Policies Presented to AldermenPolice shootings in St. Louis would be investigated by a special team controlled by the city prosecutor -- not police -- under a plan before the St. Louis Board of Aldermen.
Police Overtime Tab More than $2.5 Million in Stockley ProtestsAldermen worry city services might be on the chopping block to pay for city police overtime.
Police: Woman Used Car to Hit, Kill Child's FatherShe has been charged with first-degree murder, first-degree assault, and two counts of armed criminal action.
ACLU Files 2nd Suit Regarding Police Handling of ProtestersThis one stems from incidents in 2015 after the police shooting of drug suspect Mansur Ball-Bey.
Mayor, Chief Call for Independent Investigation Into Police Response to Stockley ProtestsO'Toole told KMOX's Charlie Brennan he's willing to have another set of eyes look at complaints, too.
Police Tactics In Big Sweep Under ReviewPolice are supposed to give protesters "a way out," when told to disperse.
ACLU Sues City of St. Louis Over Stockley Protest Police TacticsThe ACLU says it understands police are under enormous pressure with long shifts and being the subject of the protests, but says that's "no excuse for violating the constitution."
The Latest: Police Union Leader, Pizzeria Owner to MeetThe owner of a St. Louis-area pizzeria chain and a police union leader are seeking to arrange a meeting after the restauranteur's social media criticism of officers led to a boycott and hundreds of angry phone calls.

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