Updated at 10 a.m. on Monday with information about arrests and police injuries Demonstrations on Sunday continued throughout the St. Louis area over George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis and turned chaotic in Ferguson for a second straight night. Police fired tear gas canisters to break up a group of several dozen protesters after some members of the crowd lobbed fireworks and water bottles at officers holding riot shields and batons outside the Ferguson Police Department headquarters. Boards covered many of the station’s windows, which protesters smashed the night before with baseball bats and rocks. The protests continued for hours after an 8 p.m. curfew imposed by Ferguson Mayor James Knowles’ state of emergency declaration.
9 a.m. Monday, June 1 Good morning. Welcome to June. Summer camps open today in St. Louis , but they look a little different. Kids will be kept in small groups for the duration and not allowed to mingle. Meals and hands-on activities will be pre-packaged. For the full story, read/listen to Summer Camps Are Happening, But Parents Wonder If It's Better To Play Camp Counselor .
Updated May 3 We’re answering your questions about the coronavirus in the St. Louis region. This Q&A is dedicated to questions about restrictions on “non-essential” activities in Missouri and Illinois.