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County Executive Dooley, Mayor Slay and Director Isom Discuss Public Safety in the St. Louis Region

St. Louis County’s top man in charge, County Executive Charlie A. Dooley, along with Mayor Francis Slay and Missouri Director of Public Safety Dan Isom joined the media for a press conference Friday afternoon to update the public regarding ongoing conversations and planning for public safety in the St. 1,239 more words

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'Our prayer is everyone goes home safe': Police agree to 11 of Ferguson protesters' 19 demands

As Twitchy reported, a group called the Don’t Shoot Coalition presented Ferguson, Mo., police with a list of 19 demands, or rules of engagement to follow when the grand jury announced its decision whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson. 527 more words


Mark Reardon: St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay

St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay discusses his letter to the Board of Aldermen about Ferguson and allowing some form of “disruption.”

Mark isn’t happy with Alderman Antonio French’s letter to Jay Nixon. 271 more words

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Nixon Activates Missouri National Guard in Response to Potential 'Period of Unrest'

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMOX) – Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed an executive order activating the Missouri National Guard on Monday afternoon.

According to a news release, the role of the National Guard is to “…support law enforcement during any period of unrest that might occur following the grand jury’s decision concerning the investigation into the death of Michael Brown.” 622 more words


Slay & Dooley Ask For Non-Violent Reaction To Grand Jury Verdict

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - No word yet on when the Michael Brown grand jury could reach a decision, but we’re hearing more calls for calmness from area leaders. 185 more words


St. Louis Looking to Boost Minority Recruiting Efforts for Police, Firefighters

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – St. Louis is launching an effort to recruit and train more minorities to serve as police officers and firefighters.

During a city hall news conference, St. 212 more words