U City Police Adds New K9, Asks for DonationsThe city hopes the public will chip in to help pay for him.
Loop Trolley Lawsuit Goes Before Appeals Court PanelArguments over whether trolley line illegally went beyond border approved by voters.
Amidst Funding Issues, Loop Trolley To Resume TestingTests will run along the entire 2.2-mile alignment.
Students From Multiple High Schools Hold Peaceful ProtestsStudents from Webster Groves, Kirkwood and University City High Schools held separate gatherings Monday morning.
Demonstrators Gather Outside St. Louis Police HeadquartersMother of Anthony Lamar Smith among those protesting Stockley verdict.
Jews & Muslims Bond Over Cemetery Vandalism in University CitySunday marked re-dedication of headstones fixed or replaced since February's devastation
Man Charged With Murdering Ex-Girlfriend's New BoyfriendChristopher Cross allegedly stalked Ronald Morris before shooting him.
Two Babies Shot in Drive-by in U City9 month old shot in back, 18 month old in head. Both in critical condition.
Pop-Up Market Shows Potential For Economic Growth Around Transit StationsEvent takes place as region considers expansion of MetroLink light rail line.
Jewish, Muslim Communities Share Meal to Heal Threats, Vandalism The local Jewish community is hosting an Iftar dinner for the Muslim community – as a sign of their friendship and growing solidarity.
Young Rappers Bring Leadership Message to Local YouthWinners from TV's "The Rap Game" hold town hall with local students.
U. City Discusses Budget Options for New Police FacilityFinalizing a permanent home for city police will be a major priority for University City officials during the Fiscal Year that begins July 1st.