Supporters of raising the minimum wage are set to rally yet again.
The event will take place outside of City Hall in downtown St. Louis. Participants are urging leaders to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour. The Congressional Budget Office came out with a report saying that raising the bottom wage that much could result in tens of thousands of job losses.
The rally runs from 1 until 2 this afternoon.
St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay is shuffling the desks, and job titles of some of his city hall staff. He's bringing in some new faces to replace some who are retiring.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that long-time alderman Fred Wessels is giving up his seat on the Board of Aldermen to take over the community development administration. He'll replace Jill Claybour, who retired.
Former police board commissioner Richard Gray will be the new director of public safety, and current director, Charlene Deeken will be Gray's deputy.
Several other staffers will switch jobs.
All of the changes take affect on Monday.