CLAYTON, Mo. – Its been six days since the decision in the murder trial of Jason Stockley. All of the daytime protest have been peaceful and respectful, while some of the night protests have turned violent, causing damage in downtown St. Louis, the Central West End, and the Delmar Loop in University City. Wednesday evening, protesters took to the streets again in downtown Clayton near the heart of St. Louis County government.
VENICE, Ill. - The cost of running tiny school districts is an issue You Paid For It has been railing against for some time. Now there could be action to change the setup at some of the districts spotlighted in past reports. The Venice and Brooklyn school districts are looking at merging with the nearby Madison School District, which is much larger. There are just 130 kids at Venice and about the same number at the Brooklyn School District.
ST. LOUIS, MO — FOX 2’s Elliott Davis had a chance encounter with a wounded officer Friday night at the Barnes Hospital Emergency Room. He was our roving reporter overnight as protesters took to the streets following the ruling in the murder trial of a former St. Louis police officer. Davis posted this reflection of the meeting to his Facebook page:“I was at Barnes emergency last night. All the wounded officers injured in confrontations during the protests had arrived and were being treated.
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