Prop P Passes in St. Louis CityFor most of the day, Republican Director of Elections Gary Stoff says the turnout for Proposition P has been "lackluster."
Police Chief Says Current Officers Are Dedicated, But Money TalksSt. Louis City already faces a shortage of 114 police officers, and O'Toole is warning that number will grow if Prop P isn't passed in next month's vote.
St. Louis County Police Pay Raises Nearing VoteAfter Tuesday night's county council action, members may decide as soon as October 31st how to allocate Proposition P funds.
County Mayors Divided on Prop PSt. Louis County's mayors don't agree on Proposition P, the half-cent sales tax increase to fund public safety.
Stenger Promises to Safeguard Prop P MoneyOpponents fear politicians will go wild with more money than they need for police.
Police Begin Campaign for $80 Million in Sales Tax RevenueProposition P will use increased sales tax to support St. Louis County Police and other local law enforcement.
Creve Coeur Police Department Seeks New StationCreve Coeur city leaders say their 50-officer police department has outgrown its current location in the city government building.
Ground Breaks on Next Phase in Arch ProjectAnother ground-breaking ceremony took place today for the St. Louis Gateway Arch Grounds Project as a third phase of construction begins.
One Year Later, Prop P Has Raised Millions for Regional Park ImprovementsPutting that money to work is Great Rivers Greenway, who are working to expand and preserve the River Ring, a connected system of trails and greenways throughout the region.
Funding Disputes Delay Vote on St. Louis County BudgetThe county council was set to perfect the budget bills at Tuesday night's meeting but issues during negotiations have councilors putting on the brakes.
Proposition P, Mayor Slay Both WinnersIn the city, the sales tax increase for parks, trails and the Archgrounds passed with 67% of the unofficial count. In St. Louis County it passed with about 53%.
Legal Challenge Looming if Arch Tax PassesOpponents of Prop P in St. Louis City and County say the ballot language falsely implies St. Charles County could share in the burden.