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A controversial contract that would bring two major music festivals to downtown St. Louis is moving forward in the Board of Aldermen. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the convention and tourism committee Wednesday gave 8-0 approval to a bill that would give Summer Rocks LLC exclusive access to the Gateway Mall over Memorial Day and Labor Day for music festivals.
The bill would also prevent the city from allowing another for profit music event anytime during the summer.
Dozens of residents and local musicians voiced their opposition to the 20 year lease during a three hour hearing before the committee vote.
The measure now moves to the full Board of Aldermen, who aren't expected to vote on it until sometime in April.
A Missouri House panel is moving ahead with a two-tiered budget that makes education funding partly dependent on the strength of the economy.
A plan endorsed Wednesda) by the House Budget Committee would add $122 million to the state's $3 billion in basic school funding. If state revenues meet Governor Jay Nixon's more optimistic projections, the House budget would provide a $278 million increase for schools - still less than Nixon wanted.
The House plan would also bar the universities from offering resident tuition rates to students living in the U.S. illegally.
St. Louis, MO (KTRS) - Art McCoy is out as the superintendent of the Ferguson-Florissant School District.
The School Board and McCoy released a joint statement Wednesday afternoon saying that he was resigning from his position, effective immediately. The brief statement said the decision was mutual and that the "full resolution of these matters is in the best interests of the Ferguson-Florissant School District".
Not much is known about the trouble between McCoy and the School Board. In November, board members voted 6-1 to place him on paid administrative leave.
St. Louis, MO (KTRS) - University City Police are looking for a man connected to a fatal shooting Wednesday morning.
Investigators say that around 8:35 Joseph Price shot two women inside a home near Fogerty Park in University City. Both women were taken to the hospital, where one of them died. Police are asking the public for help finding Price. He is described as a black male, just over 5 feet tall and weighs 180 pounds. Price is known to drive a 1984 blue Chevrolet pick-up truck with Missouri license plate O-F-T-1-9-7. Police say Price should be considered armed and dangerous.
Anyone with information can call the University City Police Department at 314-725-2211, contact your local police department, or call CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS.