*A mix of clouds and sun, a stray shower or thunderstorm are possible high 81
After two recent murders in less than one month on MetroLink, area officials gathered to decided what to do next to make the transportation system safer.
St. Clair County Board Chairman, Mark Kern and Sheriff Rick Watson actually took MetroLink from Fairview Heights to the meeting in Clayton. That is where they met with St. Louis Mayor-elect Lyda Krewson, County Executive Steve Stenger and St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar.
The group is working on two ways to make MetroLink safer;
*We are suing the Rams!....Well the City of St. Louis, St. Louis County, and the city’s Regional Convention to be exact. The 62 page lawsuit is against the NFL over the Rams’ move to L.A....it names the league, the 32 teams, and 57 franchise owners, as defendants. The suit seeks “damages and restitution of profits” and claims the Rams failed to meet the NFL’s rules for relocation.
*The first lawsuit over Trump's border wall has just been filed . The Tucson-based Center for Biological Diversity and U.S. Congressman from Arizona Raul Grijalva filed a lawsuit in Tucson federal court, taking on both the environmental and fiscal implications of building the wall.
The suit suggests the plan to build the wall doesn’t comply with the National Environmental Policy Act and requests an environmental study be conducted to assess the impact of the wall. "People in the United States have a right to know what the damage is going to be, what it's going to cost, and how effective it's going to be," Randy Serraglio, Southwest conservation advocate for the Center for Biological Diversity, insists.
Customs and Boarder Protection and the DHS would not comment on the lawsuit, although he CBP did say they are aware of the litigation.
*We shouldn’t be too surprised by this news but it looks like David A.D. Dao, the Kentucky man who was dragged off that United flight, is getting ready to sue.
Lawyers for Dao have gone to court in an attempt to preserve evidence in the case, asking the airline and Chicago aviation police to save surveillance videos, cockpit voice recordings, incident reports, and passenger, crew and employee lists for use in an impending suit. They also asked for information on United’s protocol for removing passengers, and the personal file of the man who pulled Dao off the flight.
Meanwhile, TMZ reports that Dao’s lawyers and daughter will hold a press conference later this morning where they are expected to announce the suit against United, as well as the city of Chicago.
Finally, United announced that every passenger on United Airlines flight 3411 will get a full refund for their troubles. A spokesperson confirmed that each passenger will receive “compensation for the cost of their tickets.”
The Cardinals won, they beat the Nationals 6-1
The Blues won their first playoff game 2-1 over the Wild... Game 2 is tomorrow night in Minnesota and then the series comes to St. Louis with Game 3 on Easter Sunday at 2pm