Tag: St. Louis

Archived: New Michael Brown Video Sparks Protests in Ferguson

A newly released video of Michael Brown on the day he was shot has called into question the facts surrounding his shooting, a revelation that sparked protests over the weekend. Surveillance footage from Ferguson Market & Liquor, the convenience store Brown allegedly robbed, shows that Brown was there earlier on…

Archived: More Hate in St. Louis

A seventh St. Louis church, the Shrine of St. Joseph Catholic Church, was targeted early this morning in yet another case of arson that has devastated the city in an 11-day period. Officials now believe that a string of arsons at six churches in St. Louis, Missouri, are connected. The…

Archived: What Happened When Cop Turned Off Dash Cam

By Chris Hoenig St. Louisarea police have been under heightened scrutiny since their aggressive tactics during protests in Ferguson after the shooting death of Michael Brown. Now, an officer’s decision to turn off her dash cam during a struggle with a suspect is drawing sharp criticism. At issue here isn’t…

Archived: Building a Diverse Talent Pipeline in St. Louis

* This is an advertorial People in the St. Louis region refer to their home as a thriving “city of neighborhoods.” Each of the city’s 79 communities features its own identity with distinctive characteristics and cultural heritage. Nicknamed the Gateway City, the city’s populations trace their heritage back to Africa,…