Day: June 28, 2019

“Excluded” officers’ pay, benefits top $5 million
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“Excluded” officers’ pay, benefits top $5 million

ST. LOUIS – A group of St. Louis police officers remain on the job despite being put on an “exclusion…
Clay wants cities to write their own gun laws
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Clay wants cities to write their own gun laws

Calling gun violence an epidemic that’s devastating St. Louis, Rep. Lacy Clay, D-Mo., is introducing a federal bill that would…
4th Ward has robust development, investment plans
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4th Ward has robust development, investment plans

THE VILLE – Fourth Ward Committeewoman Dwin Evans dug into rehab, upkeep, property ownership and development in the area at…
Abortions can continue at Planned Parenthood clinic as fight continues
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Abortions can continue at Planned Parenthood clinic as fight continues

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A Missouri commissioner ruled Friday that the state’s only abortion clinic, at 4251 Forest Park Avenue,…
The Jaco Report, Ep. 26: Growing hate and trauma are new realities for area immigrants under Trump
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The Jaco Report, Ep. 26: Growing hate and trauma are new realities for area immigrants under Trump

Martha Pinones is a therapist who works with immigrant and refugee children who came to the U.S. without their families…
Bill tightens regulations for candidates to pay city taxes
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Bill tightens regulations for candidates to pay city taxes

CITY HALL – A bill passed by the Board of Aldermen is meant to ensure that city residents do their…
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