ST. LOUIS – Missouri Congressman William Lacy Clay said that he would support a freeze on home foreclosures.
Clay spoke Monday on St. Louis on the Air. He is a member of the House Financial Services Committee.
"Wouldn't it be better to work out something with the homeowner to keep those families in homes, even if you have to rent to them?" Clay said, "It doesn't help that family nor the bank if that home sits empty."
PINE LAWN, Mo. – St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Bob McCulloch is seeking an investigation into allegations that Pine Lawn's police chief fired a shot at a driver.
McCulloch on Monday asked the county police department to investigate the allegation against Pine Lawn chief Rickey Collins. Detectives from the Division of Criminal Investigation will handle the inquiry.
Jefferson City, Mo. – Democrats are denying media reports that their Senatorial Campaign Committee, the DSCC, shifted TV ad money away from Missouri.
The initial report came from the National Journal's online publication, "Hotline on Call", which claims the DSCC cancelled two weeks worth of TV ads at stations in Kansas City. The report also calls the move "an indication" that the committee doesn't think Democrat Robin Carnahan will win Missouri's Senate race.