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Area Physician Arrested on Charges Of Production Of Child Pornography

Ashu Joshi, 47, of Sunset Hills, was arrested on a criminal complaint Oct. 11, alleging he produced child pornography of a 16-year-old girl with whom he had been carrying on a relationship.

University City Ambulance Dynamics Change

New FEMA grant could pay for hiring & training of 12 new city firefighter/paramedics

by Mitch Schneider
The City Council of University City is discussing whether to bring city ambulance service back under the control of its fire department, after several years of contracting with Gateway Ambulance.

Missouri Officials Confirm Talks With Major League Soccer

by Jaime Mowers
St. Louis might still have a shot at bringing a Major League Soccer team to the city.
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New Director For Soldiers Memorial Military Museum

Following a national search, the Missouri Historical Society has named U.S. Air Force veteran Mark Sundlov the director of Soldiers Memorial Military Museum.
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1 Conviction, 3 Guilty Pleas In Murder Of Woman In Central West End

by Jaime Mowers
All four men involved in an attempted robbery and fatal shooting of a woman in the Central West End in 2016 have now been convicted or pleaded guilty to murder charges.

Central West End Citizens' Patrol Training Oct. 16

The Central West End Citizens' Patrol is holding a training session for any and all residents interested in taking action against crime in the neighborhood.

U.S. Attorney General Talks Crime At NSI Meeting In Central West End

Jeffrey Jensen weighs incarceration vs. intervention tactics

by Jim Merkel
Sometimes the best way to stop crime is to lock up the law breakers. Other times, it's better to intervene in their lives ahead of time, to make it less likely they'll commit a crime.

City Council Of University City Approves Contract To Beef Up Drone Use

Council members also OK demolition of city-owned tea house and sculpture project

by Mitch Schneider
The City Council of University City has approved a contract to buy the necessary computer software and training for city staff to increase the scope of drone use.

Clayton Board Of Aldermen Sets 2019 Tax Rates

by Mitch Schneider
The Clayton Board of Aldermen on Sept. 12 approved the city's property tax levies for fiscal year 2019.
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Olive Project TIF Gets Commission Nod In University City

More than 100 people show up prior to TIF Commission vote

by Mitch Schneider
With a 10-2 vote, the University City Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Commission recommended approval of a controversial TIF request and redevelopment project for the Olive/Interstate 170 area. The city council will likely not take up the issue until October.
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