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MO: County to Study Three MetroLink Expansions, but Not North-South Route

June 24--St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger said Thursday he will seek $3 million to study three new MetroLink routes, but not the north-south expansion, which St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay says is key to redeveloping north St. Louis.

Stenger Refuses to Endorse North-South MetroLink Route, Says County Was Kept in the Dark

June 21--St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay has made clear his support for a north-south MetroLink expansion, saying it's a top priority in his final year in office. But a recent push for money to plan such a route has met with strong resistance from

Wylee Louis Pritchett, 20

Wylee Louis Pritchett, a 20-year-old white male, died Thursday, June 9, after being shot in Long Beach, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records.

Former Illinois judge involved in Gacy, Speck cases dies

GLENVIEW, Ill. (AP) — A former Illinois judge who was involved in the trials of convicted killers John Wayne Gacy and Richard Speck has died. The daughter of former Cook County Circuit Judge Louis B. Garippo tells the Chicago Sun-Times (http://bit.ly/1UhjUPz ) that her father died Tuesday at an assisted living facility in Glenview, outside […]

Dozens Of Ferguson Protesters Were Charged Under A Bad Law. Now They Could Be Arrested Again.

ST. LOUIS -- Officials in St. Louis County have issued warrants for the arrest of at least 47 individuals charged in connection with the August 2014 protests in Ferguson, Missouri, a Huffington Post review of court records has found....Show More Summary

Recent Victories Against Police Officers Show They Can’t Oppress People Anymore

This week, the press can celebrate a small victory as charges which were initially brought against two reporters for The Washington Post and The Huffington Post by Missouri’s St. Louis County, during the Ferguson protests in 2014 were dropped. Show More Summary

Missouri County Drops Charges Against Reporters Covering Ferguson Protests

St. Louis County in the US state of Missouri decided to drop the charges filed against reporters who were arrested while covering Ferguson protests.

Prosecutors Finally Dropped Their Bogus Charges Against Me For Reporting In Ferguson. Not Everyone Is So Lucky.

last monthNews : Huffington Post

St. Louis County authorities finally agreed on Thursday to drop charges they filed against Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery and me in connection with our unlawful arrests in Ferguson on Aug. 13, 2014. In exchange, we've agreedShow More Summary

Journalists Arrested In Ferguson Barred From Talking About Settlement

last monthNews : Huffington Post

ST. LOUIS – Four journalists have settled a lawsuit against the St. Louis County Police Department over their arrests in Ferguson, Missouri, during the unrest that followed Michael Brown’s death – but they won’t be allowed to talk about...Show More Summary

Sunday Poll: Should Alderman Carter Resign Immediately or Stay In Office?

Last week a city alderman was in the news: A St. Louis city alderman was arrested in St. Louis County on Monday under suspicion of domestic abuse. Alderman Chris Carter was taken into custody by St. Louis County police after a traffic stop, authorities confirmed. Carter’s wife called police about...

Ferguson, Mo., Settles With 4 Reporters After Charges of Abuse

"Four journalists who alleged abuse during the 2014 Ferguson protests have reached a confidential settlement with the St. Louis County police, lawyers said Wednesday," Robert Patrick reported for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "The department...Show More Summary

The ‘Great Streets’ Project on Natural Bridge, Part 1

In May 2012 I posted about a plan to make a stretch of Natural Bridge in St. Louis County less hostile to pedestrians, see Redeveloping Natural Bridge & The UMSL South MetroLink Station.  Natural Bridge was to become one of East-West Gateway’s “Great Streets Initiative“: Great Streets are representative of...

I’m Opposed To Sales Tax For Zoo, Expand Zoo-Museum District And/Or Charge Admission

Two mornings a week admission to the Missouri Botanical Garden is free to those who live in St. Louis city & county — who pay property taxes to the Zoo-Museum District. The rest of the time admission is charged. The zoo, however, is free. In 1972, the Metropolitan Zoological Park...

More than 20 months after Ferguson, Ryan Reilly and Wesley Lowery are still facing charges in St. Louis County

The 2014 arrests of journalists Ryan Reilly and Wesley Lowery for, well, doing journalism at a McDonald’s in Ferguson, Missouri, were misguided. The filing of charges by St. Louis County against them nearly a year later, just days before the statute of limitations tolled, was absurd. Over the past eight months, the charges—one count each of trespassing and interfering with...

Can Big Girls Get in ‘Formation’ With Beyoncé’s Ivy Park?

During one of the many industry downturns that have plagued me, us and everyone in media since the advent of the Internet, I took a job folding clothes at a Macy’s in North St. Louis County, Mo.

UPDATE: Firsthand Account on How Cruzers Stole St. Louis County Delegates in Illegal Secret Ballot

Guest post by St. Louis County voter Lloyd Sloan Last Saturday (April 9) I attended my local Republican Party Missouri... The post UPDATE: Firsthand Account on How Cruzers Stole St. Louis County Delegates in Illegal Secret Ballot appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

BREAKING: Cruz Camp Caught Cheating in St. Louis County to Steal Delegates from Trump

The St. Louis County Republican Caucus was held Saturday at the Missouri River Township Caucus at the Westminster Christian Academy... The post BREAKING: Cruz Camp Caught Cheating in St. Louis County to Steal Delegates from Trump appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

BREAKING: Cruz Camp STEALS St. Louis County Delegates After Trump Wins Initial Vote!

The St. Louis County Republican Caucus was held today at the Missouri River Township Caucus at the Westminster Christian Academy... The post BREAKING: Cruz Camp STEALS St. Louis County Delegates After Trump Wins Initial Vote! appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Jason Kander to launch investigation of St. Louis County voting fiasco

3 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

While Wisconsin Republicans are celebrating their efforts to take the vote away from as many people as possible, Jason Kander, the Democratic secretary of state—and Senate candidate—in Missouri, is determined to fix election problems there. Show More Summary

6 St. Louis Teens Charged with Robbery After Storming Apartment Armed with AK-47s

Six St. Louis-area teenagers reportedly stormed an apartment in west St. Louis County armed with AK-47s and other weapons Saturday leaving with two wallets from at least two people inside the home.

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