Casey Nolen,

Casey Nolen

St. Louis, MO, United States

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Past articles by Casey:

Rep. Cori Bush's vehicle hit by gunfire in St. Louis area

A vehicle belonging to Congresswoman Cori Bush, D-St. Louis, was hit by gunfire early Saturday morning in the St. Louis area, a source confirmed. → Read More

Missouri attorney general sues St. Louis area school districts over mask mandates

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt is suing multiple school districts across the state for requiring masks. → Read More

Missouri AG argues against vaccine mandate for healthcare workers in Supreme Court

Eric Schmitt sued to stop the Biden administration from requiring vaccines for healthcare workers. → Read More

Stores facing limited supply as demand surges for at-home COVID tests

A lot of people are trying to get their hands on an at-home rapid COVID test before spending time with loved ones over the holidays. → Read More

Missouri Treasurer asks schools to comply with AG's 'directive' against mask mandates

Attorney General Eric Schmitt threatens schools for continuing to require masks, and now State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick is asking districts to sign a letter. → Read More

St. Charles Co. prosecutor says he can't enforce attorney general's demands that schools drop masks

Several local school districts are defying Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s order to drop their mask mandates. → Read More

Police, district investigating after police officer upset school bus driver over masks

The officer was from a department outside the area and was the parent of one of the students on the bus. → Read More

Plan underway to revitalize Laclede's Landing

The non-profit Missouri Main Street Connection has been working with residents, business owners and landlords to develop a strategy to improve the Landing. → Read More

Gunfire interrupts press event on gun violence with St. Louis and Kansas City mayors

St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones and Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas were answering questions from reporters when gunshots were heard nearby. → Read More

What happened to the $500 checks for St. Louis city residents?

But more than two months after the $500 payments were approved, the city hasn't written a single check. → Read More

The criminal past of the man charged with killing officer Tyler Timmins

The Madison County state's attorney announced murder charges against 31-year-old Scott Hyden of Highland, Illinois. → Read More

'Serving people' was the mission for slain Pontoon Beach officer, say those who knew him

Officer Tyler Timmins who was shot and killed while on patrol Tuesday morning. Those who knew him say his mission was about serving people. → Read More

US Senate race is heating up in Missouri

A new poll and new totals from candidate bank accounts are shedding some light on a U.S. Senate race that is heating up in Missouri. → Read More

County councilman wants investigation into health director's claims of physical altercation made public

Some members of the council say the public deserves to know what's in that investigation. → Read More

Rockwood parents organize to support school board in battle over critical race theory

"The silent majority is not silent anymore," said one parent who spoke up in support of the board → Read More

Mercy, SSM Health employee vaccine deadline Thursday

Employees have until Thursday to get vaccinated against COVID-19. If they don't, some could face suspension. → Read More

St. Louis County passes vaccine mandate for county employees

Employees can opt to be tested instead of getting the vaccine. → Read More

3 in custody after child, 6 others hospitalized in East St. Louis shooting

A child was among the seven people shot in East St. Louis Thursday night. → Read More

Delmar Divine hopes to heal divide

Maxine Clark had a vision for this complex, which is located at the site of the former St. Luke’s Hospital. → Read More

Millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine thrown out as demand slows

Part of the problem is the high number of doses per vile and not enough demand to use them all before they expire. → Read More