Rex Sinquefield: He fought the law(men) and won.That was so easy, one wonders why it took 150 years to figure out?Yesterday, the St. Louis Police Officers' Association officially caved. For the first time since the Civil War, the association agreed to allow City Hall -- and not the governor's off ... More >>
Peter O. ZierleinWell, that settles that. Last fall I reported on a case said to be the first of its kind in St. Louis in which a police officer filed a lawsuit against a person charged with filing a false internal affairs complaint. As I wrote back in November, south city resident Cassandra Harris ... More >>
The Arizona-based company that manufacturers and operates nearly all red-light cameras in Missouri is fighting back against opposition to its traffic monitors. Last week Daily RFT broke news that the St. Louis Police Officers' Association voted overwhelmingly to reject the use of the cameras in St. ... More >>
Board members with the St. Louis Police Officers' Association approved a motion Monday night opposing the use of red-light cameras. Association president Gary Wiegert tells RFT that the motion passed overwhelmingly with just a few of the board's nineteen members voting against the measure. The motio ... More >>
Be it nuclear holocaust, quake or hurricane, St. Louis' Zombie Squad is ready for anything even an attack from the living dead.
Things are looking up for the Arcade Building, but what will happen to the Marquette Building is anyone's guess; plus, other St. Louis follies and foibles