Updated at 2:35 a.m. with comments from Police Chief John Hayden Four St. Louis police officers were shot late Monday night during protests in the city over the killing of George Floyd. Two were shot in the leg, one in the arm and one in the foot, said Police Chief John Hayden. He was visibly frustrated as he gave an update on the shootings shortly before 2 a.m. “Folks came down just to steal, just to destroy property and just to hurt officers,” Hayden said.
4:30 p.m. Monday, June 1 The wait is over for the opening dates for those St. Louis County businesses that are still closed. St. Louis County Executive Sam Page announced the plan this morning. Bars in the county can open on June 8, and every other entity that is closed can open June 15. That includes movie theatres, arcades, bowling alleys, museums, casinos, conference venues, pools and sporting events, Page said.
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.