Month: January 2019

Heroin overdoses on the rise in Missouri, blacks die at higher rates
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Heroin overdoses on the rise in Missouri, blacks die at higher rates

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, heroin use and deaths from heroin overdoses have been increasing in Missouri…
The Heroine Fighting Heroin
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The Heroine Fighting Heroin

For 33 years, Daryl Tandy (not his real name) was decimated, debilitated and controlled by heroin. His struggle was exacerbated…
The Jaco Report, Ep. 1: James Clark says gun violence can be prevented, one conflict at a time
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The Jaco Report, Ep. 1: James Clark says gun violence can be prevented, one conflict at a time

Activist James Clark says many African-American communities have “checked out” when it comes to violent crime, and that the solution…
Cathy “Mama Cat” Daniels, feeding mouths and souls
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Cathy “Mama Cat” Daniels, feeding mouths and souls

ST. LOUIS—  Four years after the death of Michael Brown Jr. and the Ferguson Uprising, community activist and chef Cathy…
New Year’s Eve vigil honors St. Louis homicide victims
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New Year’s Eve vigil honors St. Louis homicide victims

KINGSWAY WEST— “This country needs love right now.” Those were the words that community activist and vice president of community…
New prosecutor makes changes first day in office
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New prosecutor makes changes first day in office

ST. LOUIS (AP)— St. Louis County’s new prosecuting attorney is shaking up his staff and instituting new policies just two…
Opinion: A tough week for Black officials
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Opinion: A tough week for Black officials

It was a rough week for black elected officials in St. Louis. Just a few days into 2019 and local…
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