Day: December 8, 2017

RELEASE: St Louis County Police Association reacts to McCulloch decision

“The brave men and women of the St Louis County Police Association are saddened and deeply disappointed by Mr. McCulloch’s decision not to seek the death penalty. Police Officer Blake Snyder represented the very best our society has to offer and he was murdered in the line of duty by a coward who represented the very worst. While we share the same thoughts as Elizabeth, Mr. McCulloch is the longest tenured prosecutor in the State […]

RELEASE: St. Louis County Executive Releases Report on Forward Through Ferguson Recommendations

Clayton, MO, December 8, 2017- St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger has released a document detailing the County’s implementation of numerous recommendations included in Forward Through Ferguson’s 2015 report. St. Louis County’s efforts to promote racial equity include: Securing over $63 million in grants within the Promise Zone to address racial and economic disparities. The Stenger administration secured this Federal designation that is a partnership between the Federal Government, St. Louis County and City. The […]

UPDATE: STL County Prosecuting Attorney’s office issue additional charges in fatal Normandy pursuit

Updated at 10:45 on Thursday with additional charges in the fatal pursuit The St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s office issued charges to two suspects who stole a vehicle and led police on a chase in Normandy which resulted in a fatal crash. According to police, 17-year-old, Darian Cummings, 16-year-old, Brian Booker Jr. and one unidentified suspect, stole a gray SUV on the morning of April 25 and refused to pull over when a police officer attempted to […]

The St. Louis Zoo to throw 25th birthday extravaganza for Raja the elephant

One of St. Louis’ biggest celebrities will celebrate their birthday later this month at River’s Edge at the St. Louis Zoo. Raja, the first Asian elephant born at the St. Louis Zoo will celebrate his 25th birthday by stomping on special presents designed by zoo staff on Dec. 27. The presents that Raja will be opening are filled with some of his favorite things, including cereal, melons, bananas, and popcorn. In addition, large trees will be provided […]

Looking to 2018: Prefiled bills that could play a major role in the upcoming legislative session

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Just one month from now, the halls of Missouri’s State Capitol will be once again filled with lawmakers, lobbyists and legislative aides for the beginning of the next legislative session. But the work is already underway, with the prefiling of bills beginning on Friday, Dec. 1. A number of topics will dominate the session, ranging from the usual issues of tort reform and ethics to transportation or gun control. Here’s a […]

RELEASE: Cardinals announce staff changes & promotions within baseball operations

PRESIDENT OF BASEBALL OPERATIONS JOHN MOZELIAK INTRODUCES CHANGES TO FRONT OFFICE STAFF, AMATEUR SCOUTING AND INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS St. Louis, Mo., December 7, 2017 –St. Louis Cardinals President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak today announced numerous staff changes and promotions within the team’s Baseball Operations group, including the Front Office, Amateur Scouting and International Operations. The following promotions and staff assignments will take place in the team’s Front Office, with Luis Morales promoted to Director of […]

RELEASE: Cardinals to sell a limited number of seats from Busch Stadium III

Authenticated, Game-Used Seat Pairs Available Now at cardinals.com/seats ST. LOUIS, Mo., December 8, 2017 – The St. Louis Cardinals are offering fans a chance to own a piece of Busch Stadium III history.  For the first time, a limited number of pairs of seats from Busch Stadium III are available for purchase with two types of seat pairs available. Premium Seat pairs have a die-cut Cardinals logo and matching row number on each end.  Only […]