Year: 2018

The SouthSider launching in January 2019
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The SouthSider launching in January 2019

SOUTH SIDE—A new voice is coming to local media starting next year as the publisher of The NorthSider expands citywide…
Crime Down, Chief Defends Dept
Crime

Crime Down, Chief Defends Dept

Crime is down in the city, but St. Louis Police Chief John Hayden said he is focusing on all of…
Street Named After Cedric The Entertainer
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Street Named After Cedric The Entertainer

COVENANT BLU—Just a quarter-mile from Redd Foxx Lane in north St. Louis, now aptly runs Cedric The Entertainer Way, a…
SLPS cutting Sumner Football?
Education

SLPS cutting Sumner Football?

Here’s the play that has allegedly been tossed from “downtown”: the Sumner Bulldog’s football program may be cut after this…
Love The Lou rebuilding homes and relationships
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Love The Lou rebuilding homes and relationships

VANDEVENTER—More than 30 volunteers gathered in north St. Louis to be a part of the Love the Lou community development…
Congressman Clay Interview
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Congressman Clay Interview

EXCLUSIVE: Congressman Lacy Clay (D-MO), sat down for an exclusive interview this week with Antonio French, publisher of The NorthSider,…
Who should pay for police brutality? Why not cops?
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Who should pay for police brutality? Why not cops?

There is a concern in City Hall about the growing cost of police brutality. As the City of St. Louis…
Making Natural Bridge Safer
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Making Natural Bridge Safer

The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is collaborating with local officials and law enforcement to ensure Natural Bridge Avenue is…
Giving Kids a Shot at Success
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Giving Kids a Shot at Success

FAIRGROUND—Mission: St. Louis’ goal is to empower the city’s most vulnerable residents and neighborhoods through education outreach, job placement, and…
Appreciating What We Have This Holiday
Education

Appreciating What We Have This Holiday

Jariah Mosley, a 7th-grade student at Lyon Academy at Blow, says her favorite time of year is during the holidays…
St. Louis Police Remain Out of Control, Mayor Absent
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St. Louis Police Remain Out of Control, Mayor Absent

The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department remains out of control. It took federal investigators last week—not Police Chief John Hayden…
Filing Opens for City Offices
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Filing Opens for City Offices

Filing opened this week for candidates for city offices, including President of the Board of Alderman. Current Board President Lewis…
Surgeon Teaches Kids Life-Saving Techniques
Education

Surgeon Teaches Kids Life-Saving Techniques

A St. Louis trauma surgeon who has treated hundreds of gunshot victims is teaching north side kids and community members…
Committee approves Soccer Plan
News

Committee approves Soccer Plan

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis aldermanic committee has approved a resolution in support of a soccer stadium aimed…
State Rep releases video of police abuse
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State Rep releases video of police abuse

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A Missouri legislator has released a video that he says supports his lawsuit claiming police officers…
With Friends Like These…
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With Friends Like These…

As candidates begin to file to run for election and re-election to the St. Louis Board of Aldermen, African-Americans, who…
Students learn empathy through art after school
Education

Students learn empathy through art after school

On a cold Tuesday night in the O’Fallon Park neighborhood, students are inside The Meghan A. Flannery Learning Center finishing…
Non-Profit Teaches Financial Literacy to Children and Adults
Business

Non-Profit Teaches Financial Literacy to Children and Adults

The collapse of the economy in 2007 was the biggest financial crisis the nation faced since the Great Depression. For…
Pushing for Equitable Development
Business

Pushing for Equitable Development

HAMILTON HEIGHTS–Local financial institutions and development organizations set the tone for redefining equitable community development at Tuesday’s community meeting at…
Documentary examines County court system
Crime

Documentary examines County court system

The 27th Annual St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF) celebrated diversity in media with local filmmakers who help push social…
Dems Lose Missouri, Win House
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Dems Lose Missouri, Win House

Supporters, volunteers, and staff rallied around one another Tuesday night at the Downtown Marriott, to await the results of the…
Missouri is Red. Trump Red.
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Missouri is Red. Trump Red.

Now that the dust has started to settle after Tuesday’s election, what lessons will Missouri Democrats take away from the…
Medical Marijuana, Minimum Wage Pass
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Medical Marijuana, Minimum Wage Pass

Missouri voters approved several changes to state law during Tuesday’s election, including raising the state’s minimum wage and allowing the…
Rollout of medical marijuana will take several months
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Rollout of medical marijuana will take several months

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Missouri has joined the long list of states allowing medical marijuana, but it’ll likely be late…
Voter Guide: Understanding the Ballot Issues
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Voter Guide: Understanding the Ballot Issues

As Election Day approaches, Missouri has placed what appears to be a few progressive issues on the Nov. 6 ballot—proving…
McCaskill, Weed and Wages
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McCaskill, Weed and Wages

Election Day is nearly here and many voters still have questions about the issues and candidates appearing on the ballot.…
Groups Made Halloween Fun for North Side Kids
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Groups Made Halloween Fun for North Side Kids

O’FALLON PARK — Costumed trick-or-treaters walked up and down the sidewalks of the 4400 and 4500 blocks on Athlone, Holly…
Bingo! Amendment would finally allow bingo ads
Business

Bingo! Amendment would finally allow bingo ads

Missouri Constitutional Amendment 4 considers removing a ban on advertising for bingo games. The current rules were deemed unenforceable by…
Kehinde Wiley at the STL Art Museum
Art

Kehinde Wiley at the STL Art Museum

Kehinde Wiley is one of just a few modern painters who register in American popular culture from New York to…
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