Jeremy Kohler, ProPublica

Jeremy Kohler


St. Louis, MO, United States

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Past articles by Jeremy:

Missouri Legislators Oppose Vaccine Efforts as State Becomes COVID Hotspot

Representative Bill Kidd joked that he didn’t get a vaccine because he’s a Republican. Now he has COVID. → Read More

State-Supported “Clean Energy” Loans Are Putting Borrowers At Risk of Losing Their Homes

Dozens of Missouri homeowners who used PACE loans to fix up their houses ended up trapped in debt and could soon see their homes sold at auction. → Read More

No Consequences For Invading State Capitols, So Rioters Turned To US Capitol

Maskless protesters shoved their way past Idaho State Police troopers and security guards, broke through a glass door, and demanded entry into the state capitol. They were confronted by House Speaker Scott Bedke, a Republican. He decided to let them in and fill the gallery. → Read More

St. Louis couple who confronted protesters have a long history of not backing down

Public records and interviews show Mark and Patricia McCloskey are almost always in conflict with somebody, often concerning property rights. → Read More

Loop Trolley could be back on track in April, promoter Joe Edwards say

He says the taxing district has collected enough money to restart operations, and adding the third car will make the system viable. → Read More

Loop Trolley says it needs $700,000 from St. Louis County to keep operating, and will reduce service

St. Louis County Executive Sam Page wrote that "allowing such an expensive project to fail so quickly would be a disappointment." From its long-delayed start on Nov. 16, it has → Read More

St. Louis Post-Dispatch demands charges be dropped against reporter covering protest

Mike Faulk was arrested in St. Louis police "kettle" and charged with failure to disperse → Read More

Federal judge approves monitor for Ferguson consent decree

Squire Patton Boggs, a law firm based in Cleveland, was picked to ensure reforms are adequate in the St. Louis suburb. → Read More

Wash U. video channel brings science outside the lab

Say the words out loud, and it sounds like music: Mass Action Expressions for Bidentate Adsorption in Surface Complexation Modeling: Theory and Practice It’s the title of a paper published in 2013 in the journal Environmental Science & Technology by a professor and a doctoral student from Washington University that challenges common practices for predicting how much metal will be latched on to… → Read More

Missouri attorney general seeks to stop abusive debt collection

Cites ProPublica story published in Post-Dispatch that found debt suits disproportionately affect black neighborhoods. → Read More

Missouri lawmaker's bill would further limit municipal court revenue

Legislation would limit revenue from non-moving ordinances and property code violations → Read More

Boy, 13, killed while stealing from car in St. Louis may test state's 'Castle Doctrine'

Martinez Smith-Payne, 13, was fatally shot when he and two other juveniles were caught trying to steal from a parked car in St. Louis, police say. → Read More

Missouri Supreme Court throws out Reginald Clemons murder conviction

He had been sentenced to death for a 1991 double-murder on the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge → Read More

Lutheran Senior Services will pay $600,000 in taxes in settlement with St. Louis County

High-end homes for seniors claimed they were exempt because of charity care. → Read More

Ousted Mizzou chancellor will keep most of his salary

Loftin will direct university research and lead development of research facilities → Read More

Elsberry man standing on Interstate 70 is fatally struck near Blanchette Bridge

Jerry L. Wyatt died at the scene. → Read More

Another 'first day' of school for East St. Louis students

A teachers' strike had kept 6,000 students out of class for a month. → Read More

Rehab ministry based at Manchester church to deliver its 5,000th bike

The project started 16 years ago with a plan to collect spare change for bikes. Then it grew. → Read More

Amid reforms, municipal court traffic cases and revenue plummet

The Post-Dispatch analyzed data reported by municipal courts to the state. → Read More

Nixon commutes death sentence for Kimber Edwards

He had been scheduled to die by lethal execution Oct. 6 → Read More