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St. Louis can use public money for NFL stadium without vote, judge rules

5 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

Officials in St. Louis can use city tax dollars on a new NFL stadium for the Rams without a public referendum on the matter, a judge ruled Monday. As reported by the Post-Dispatch, St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Thomas Frawley invalidated a city ordinance requiring a public vote on the subject while also ruling that […]

IKEA Getting Missouri’s Largest Rooftop Solar Power Plant

Originally published on Kompulsa. IKEA is continuing its path to 100% renewable energy by installing solar panels on the upcoming St. Louis store in Missouri, which opens on September 30, 2015. The system will consist of 4,085 solarShow More Summary

Judge Rules Rams Can Build Publicly Financed Stadium Without A Vote

7 hours agoSports : Deadspin

Thanks to a judge’s ruling, the St. Louis Rams are one step closer to fleecing the residents of St. Louis for hundreds of millions of dollars. Read more...

N.F.L. Roundup: Ruling Gives a Lift to New St. Louis Stadium

A judge ruled that approval from the city’s voters was not necessary in order to use bond proceeds to build a new facility that was expected to cost nearly $1 billion.

Judge rules St. Louis can spend tax money on stadium without public vote

A judge in St. Louis has ruled that the city does not need a public vote in order to spend city tax dollars for the construction of a proposed stadium to replace the Edward Jones Dome. Judge Thomas Frawley agreed with the argument made by the Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority that the ordinance requiring…

DOJ Report Finds Stunning Revelations About Family Court

Another scathing DOJ report details the legal failings in St. Louis County. The post DOJ Report Finds Stunning Revelations About Family Court appeared first on ThinkProgress.

"Darren Wilson, the former police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown, an eighteen-year-old African-American, in Ferguson, Missouri..."

"... has been living for several months on a nondescript dead-end street on the outskirts of St. Louis. Most of the nearby houses are clad in vinyl siding; there are no sidewalks, and few cars around. Wilson, who is twenty-nine, started...Show More Summary

St. Louis judge says no vote needed to use tax money for stadium

Taxpayers in St. Louis might end up partially funding a new NFL stadium for St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke, the 77th richest man in America at $6.3 billion according to Forbes, and have almost no say in it. St. Louis Circuit Court...Show More Summary

Police drop charges against 2 journalists arrested in Ferguson

13 hours agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri On Monday, the ACLU of Missouri announced that journalists Trey Yingst and Bilgin ?a?maz will not face charges by St. Louis County Police. Both were arrested while reporting from Ferguson, Missouri. Show More Summary

Predicting St. Louis Rams' First Wave of Roster Cuts

The St. Louis Rams currently have 89 players listed on the training camp roster. According to CBS Sports, that number must be trimmed to 75 by 4 p.m. ET on September 1. A team with plenty of young talent, such as the Rams, might face some difficult decisions in the near future. Show More Summary

Federal Report: St. Louis County Family Court Routinely Discriminates Against Black Youth

The Department of Justice released a report Friday concluding Missouri's St. Louis County Family Court system discriminates against Black juveniles, routinely violating their constitutional rights as they navigate the court system. Image: Shutterstock The post Federal Report: St. Show More Summary

More Than Six Years Later Mapped Chouteau Bike Lane Still Doesn’t Exist

The Chouteau Ave bike lanes shown on a Bike St Louis map in 2009 didn't exist. They're on the 2015 update but still don't exist -- but that will soon change.

Matheny Plays His Cards Right as Gamble Comes Up Trumps

yesterdaySports / Baseball : Bats

St Louis manager Mike Matheny rolled the dice in the late innings of Sunday's 3-2 win over Colorado, gambling that the Cardinals would win the game in nine innings.

Cardinals' Moss Helps New Team Win With Game-Ending Single

yesterdaySports / Baseball : Bats

Brandon Moss had his first big hit with St. Louis, a game-ending single in the ninth inning, and Randal Grichuk had a two-run homer to lead the Cardinals to a 3-2 win over the Colorado Rockies on Sunday.

25 Things You Should Know About St. Louis

yesterdayHumor / odd : mental_floss

Read on to learn more about the Gateway to the West.

“Former news anchor joins race for Missouri secretary of state”

KMBC: “Robin Smith, a longtime television news anchor in St. Louis, announced Sunday that she will run for the Missouri Secretary of State’s Office….Republican candidate Jay Ashcroft said he thinks Smith will follow in the footsteps of Democratic secretaries of state … Continue reading ?

Baseball Fan Takes A Nap In Busch Stadium Bathroom Stall [Picture]

A baseball fan at Busch Stadium, the home field of the St. Louis Cardinals, apparently decided to take a power nap on the floor of a bathroom stall Friday night according to Twitter. The Cards were in the process of beating the Colorado...Show More Summary

Arenado Homers as Rockies Beat Cardinals 6-2

2 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Nolan Arenado and Ben Paulsen homered, sending Jorge De La Rosa and the Colorado Rockies to a 6-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday night.

Several Cities See A Sharp Uptick In Homicides After Record Low Rates

The number of murders rose by one-third or more so far this year compared to the same period last year in Baltimore, New Orleans, St. Louis, and Milwaukee. Chicago saw a nearly 20 percent increase in homicides. The post Several Cities See A Sharp Uptick In Homicides After Record Low Rates appeared first on ThinkProgress.

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