ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Missouri -- After a town near Ferguson agreed to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit this week by bringing sweeping reforms to its municipal court, local judges in St. Louis County announced a set of changes thatShow More Summary
ST. LOUIS – A suburban St. Louis man was charged Thursday with killing a 9-year-old girl who was sitting on her mother’s bed doing her homework when shots were fired into her home.St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch charged De’Eris Brown, 21, of O’Fallon, Missouri, with second-degree murder in the Aug. Show More Summary
A St. Louis, Missouri man was charged Thursday with killing 9-year-old girl Jamyla Bolden. Jamyla was doing her homework while sitting on her mother’s bed when shots were fired into her home on August 18. St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch charged 21-year-old, De’Eris Brown, of O’Fallon, Missouri, with second-degree murder in the killing of... Show More Summary
St. Louis County Police arrested 21 year-old De’Eris Brown in the shooting death of 9 year-old Jamyla Bolden in Ferguson,... The post Suspect Arrested in Shooting Death of 9 Yr-Old Ferguson Girl – Was Out of Prison on Suspended Sentence (Video) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
A 21-month-old boy picked up a loaded handgun and fatally shot himself in the torso in St. Louis County on Tuesday afternoon, police said.
ST. LOUIS COUNTY -- Two young men featured in iconic photos taken during the Ferguson, Missouri, protests of August 2014 are among a whole swath of demonstrators and observers whom St. Louis County authorities chose to prosecute nearly a full year later. Others who were recently charged by the St. Show More Summary
The showdown between St. Louis County and the two reporters who were charged with essentially doing their jobs in Ferguson, Missouri, last August began quietly enough on Monday. Court activity in the case was postponed until Oct. 5 as the lawyers maneuver. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Ferguson Municipal Court Judge Donald McCullin issued an order on Monday that attempts to address some of the damage caused by St. Louis County's practice of issuing arrest warrants and harsh penalties for minor violations,...Show More Summary
Louis Elrod, a Habersham County native and now Atlanta resident, was elected president of the Young Democrats of America on Saturday. His victory will also give Georgia a greater role in selecting the Democratic Presidential nominee next year. By virtue of being YDA President, Elrod will be a Superdelegate. If my math is correct, Georgia […]
WASHINGTON — The Department of Justice expects to spend more than $1 million to produce two reports related to law enforcement in Ferguson and St. Louis County. Copies of contracts with the Department of Justice reveal estimates that it will cost about $780,000 for the Police Foundation to produce...
Another death of a young black man at the hands of police in St Louis, the first ever openly trans White House staffer, why marriage licenses still aren't being issued in a county in Kentucky after the Supreme Court decision, an attempt to ban LGBT-friendly children's books in Venice, and more. The post Daily Fix: Mansur Ball-Bey Killed by St. Show More Summary
NEW YORK -- Since St. Louis County prosecutors filed charges last week against two journalists for trespassing and interfering with police at a McDonald’s restaurant during last year's demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri, the fast food chain has not commented. St. Show More Summary
NEW YORK -- The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, in a letter signed by 38 news outlets and media organizations, called Tuesday on St. Louis County officials to drop charges against The Huffington Post’s Ryan J. Reilly and...Show More Summary
Sam Andrews received three phone calls during an hour-long lunch at a Pizza Hut in St. Louis County, Missouri, last week. Andrews is a member of the group called the Oath Keepers, and the callers were fellow Oath Keepers, congratulating...Show More Summary
Police said a 27-year-old man went into the bathroom right after walking into the QuikTrip in north St. Louis County at around 10 a.m., the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
St. Louis County police are investigating a reported Facebook comment by one of their officers who reportedly bragged about spending extra income earned while working in Ferguson on the one-year anniversary of the death of Michael Brown, the Guardian reports.
A St. Louis County policeman who boasted of how he spent his "annual Michael Brown bonus" has prompted an investigation by the department. Officer Todd J Bakula posted the message and two photos to his page, using the name "TJ Thekoola."...Show More Summary
The Guardian reports that St. Louis County police are investigating Officer Todd J. Bakula after he made a Facebook post bragging about his “annual Michael Brown bonus,” an apparent reference to extra income earned while working during protests in Ferguson this week. Read more...
A St. Louis County police officer is under investigation after he joked about his "annual Michael Brown bonus" on Facebook, a report claims.
A year after Michael Brown’s death brought attention to the dangers faced by African-Americans, including the perils of “driving while black,” in Ferguson, Missouri, and other St. Louis County cities, a new report claims that racially motivated traffic enforcement is endemic to many of the area’s...