Missouri's affair with the death penalty has become a monthly ordeal. Six inmates have been executed since November, and it would have been seven if not for a convicted murderer's birth defect. Now, we've got June 18 to look forward to -- that's the date John Winfield is scheduled to die for murder ... More >>
The future of Lyft in St. Louis isn't final yet. A St. Louis judge delayed ruling on an injunction that would ban the ride-sharing app from operating in the Lou Wednesday until she could hear further testimony. The Metropolitan Taxicab Commission, which regulates cars-for-hire in the city and cou ... More >>
Missouri Auditor Susan MonteeState auditor Susan Montee criticized the 22nd Judicial Circuit Court of St. Louis for failing to distribute a backlog of more than $7.6 million in public money to the appropriate government agencies in a report issued yesterday afternoon.The cash is leftover from cou ... More >>
Image viaThe city's bail bond system is under reviewFour judges from St. Louis' 22nd Judicial Circuit Court will meet at noon today to discuss alleged wrongdoing by Mary Catherine Moran, a former court official, and the city's largest bail bond agency.Presiding judge David Dowd appointed a panel ... More >>
Unreal performs our civic duty, learns a whole buncha acronyms (OMG!) and gets an earful from an unhappy parker. Plus: A local blogger pauses to reflect upon...the RFT.
Shopping while black at Dillard's might get you cuffed -- or killed