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Mayor Slay Leaves City Hall After 16 Years

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – After 16 years, it might be hard to stop calling him Mayor Slay.

Today is Francis Slay’s final day in Room 200 at St. 268 more words

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Mayor Slay Still Optimistic About the Future of St. Louis Soccer

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Mayor Francis Slay, whose days at city hall are dwindling, says he doesn’t believe soccer is dead in St. Louis. Even though Proposition 2, which would have provided public funding of a major league soccer stadium, failed with voters, Slay remains optimistic about the future of major league soccer in St. 151 more words

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Mayor Slay Reflects on 16 Years in Office

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – After 16 years in office, St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay is reflecting on the city’s progress and setbacks in crime.

Slay says over that time, the city became a safer place, with crime down 50 percent. 158 more words

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Rec Center Serves as Temp Homeless Shelter; Kids' Classes on Hold

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Now that New Life Evangelistic Center’s doors are closed to the homeless, it’s having an unforeseen effect on dozens of children that use the 12th and Park Recreation Center in LaSalle Park. 193 more words

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This Week in Missouri Politics – April 2, 2017

On a special episode of This Week in Missouri Politics, St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay visits the studio to discuss the upcoming elections in St. Louis, especially two propositions on the ballot in his city to expand MetroLink and assist funding for a new MLS soccer stadium. 406 more words

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Officer Injured in Friday Night Crash Still in ICU

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – One of two St Louis police officers injured in a crash late Friday night remains in the intensive care unit. That’s according to a tweet from Mayor Slay Sunday afternoon. 71 more words

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Minimum Wage Increase Has Missouri Divided

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay told a Missouri Senate committee that stopping the city’s minimum wage increase will hurt the working poor. 124 more words

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