I would suspect that they will either go in at 47 & 100, or up in the new Phoenix II plaza. Figures they come out here just as I'm moving back into Chesterfield... *lol*6 months ago
Good they found her! I was worried for a minute we had a serial kidnapper on our hands with the disappearance of the Colorado girl last week and now this young girl.
Hope she's okay! It was chilly out there last night!7 months ago
Sen Nieves -
Can you please quit wasting everyone's time with such useless legislation? This is *not* what you were elected to do. I'm disappointed in you for wasting *everyone's* time with your continued fatwa with the media. It seems to be you, and only you, who is so concerned with the media parking at the state capital.
As Dubious posted below - you seem to be doing anything *but* following your campaign promises. You talked about education in your campaign, yet every time there's been a chance to better fund or work for our schools, you've done the exact *opposite.* How is that being true to your campaign promises? You promised no new laws, yet here you are, yet again, lying! What need do we have to remove media parking spaces that we need a law that no one seems to want *except you?* No one else in the state seems to be so anti-First Amendment except for you.
Good to know my vote wasn't wasted on you! Real proud of the "work" you're doing there in Jefferson City. Really.
To my fellow citizens of Franklin County - elections are coming soon. We need to vote someone in who will at least try to live up to their campaign promises and not waste everyone's time introducing such annoying and useless legislation. Feb 2, 2012
This story is incorrect in that there were no customers present - a friend was there with her parents and her nephews when an employee came from the back of the store and said, "Oh hey, the back of the building is on fire."
There was NO evacuation procedure in place. The customers in the dining room all decided that it would be a good idea to leave at that point. The family minivan was parked next to the newspaper vending machine and they left the parking lot, to drive around to Sixth Street to take pictures of the fire from behind and out of the way of the fire department vehicles.
Also, I am questioning the fire department's decision to break the windows to vent the smoke. All that did was to add more fuel - the fresh air - to allow the fire to burn faster and hotter. One would think that you would only vent the roof to allow the smoke to escape and to pour water down on the foam and plastic cups that were being stored in the rafters to keep them from burning. (Hence the green smoke the fire was giving off in the video.) Dec 28, 2011