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Shouting erupts at county hearing on mall protest arrests

Shouting has erupted during a hearing about the way police arrested and incarcerated protesters last month at a suburban St. Louis mall. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that multiple speakers … Click to Continue »

Teens questioned after possible revenge killing of suspect in toddler's murder

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI)— A recent murder of a teen in Bellefontaine Neighbors could have been revenge for the accidental killing of a toddler nearly two years ago. Detectives say it appears retaliation was a factor in the shooting death of 17-year-old Kameron Harvey. Show More Summary

Two women injured while taking selfies with elk in Missouri park

VALLEY PARK, Mo. (KTVI) -- Two people were injured recently by elk at a park in west St. Louis County. Lone Elk Park near Interstate 44 and Valley Park is a popular place for people and photographers to visit because the elk roam free within the park and visitors can see them up close. Show More Summary

$1M grant to fund community policing in suburban St. Louis

St. Louis County is getting a $1 million federal grant that will help fund community policing efforts in a financially struggling part of the county. The grant from the Byrne … Click to Continue »

Woman jailed on murder charge found dead in cell

The Jefferson County Sheriff's Department in suburban St. Louis is investigating the death of a female murder suspect, though indications are that she committed suicide. Sheriff Dave Marshak says 48-year-old … Click to Continue »

New Fresh Food Kiosks to Bring Healthy Food Options to Metro Transit Riders and North St. Louis County Residents

Bi-State Development has launched an 18-month pilot program to provide access to healthy food for transit riders and residents in two areas in North St. Louis County who do not have convenient access to grocery stores or supermarket...

Deadly Duo: Willa Blanc and Louis Wilkinson kidnapped and killed Walter Sartory before burning his body – all because they stole at least $200,000 from him (and tried for more); Both sentenced to prison

Walter Sartory Walter Sartory obituary Burned, Dismembered Remains Found; 2 Arrested Boone County Sheriff press release Prosecutors to seek death in Boone Co. murder trial A Bell Tolls for Walter Sartory A mad scheme to kill a scientist Mother, Son Indicted In Millionaire’s Death Cleaning lady plead guilty for the murder of a KY millionaire […]

THIRD NIGHT OF VIOLENT PROTESTS: St. Louis County Police Officers Get Sprayed with Unknown Chemical….

THIRD NIGHT OF VIOLENT PROTESTS: St. Louis County Police Officers Get Sprayed with Unknown Chemical.

Black Lives Matter Protests Turn Violent – Mob Attacks St. Louis Police on Second Night of Mass Protests

Black Lives Matter activists shut down West County Mall in the St. Louis area on Saturday afternoon. On Saturday night the protesters marched in University City “Loop” restaurant district. The Loop is just west of the St. Louis city limits and is a very popular restaurant district. Show More Summary

Municipal Courts Stoked The Rage That Exploded in Ferguson. Have They Changed?

In St. Louis County, "what we still have today is a system that's targeting poor black people," says a lawyer.

More cities oppose merging St. Louis and St. Louis County

Two additional St. Louis County municipalities are opposing any merger of St. Louis and St. Louis County. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that members of the Sunset Hills Board of … Click to Continue »

MO: St. Louis County Council Boosts MetroLink Funding, Avoiding Political Showdown, for Now

St. Louis County officials on Tuesday night avoided a political showdown and kept the trains running -- for now -- with approval of a Bi-State Development Agency funding request that won't necessitate cuts to transit services.

Human foot discovered in shoe at major park

ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) — Hikers in a south St. Louis County park found a the remains of a size 13 foot inside a shoe on Labor Day. Read more...

Police: Baby who died may have been left in vehicle

ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis County police are investigating the death of a 1-year-old boy who may have been left inside a van for several hours.

Delay sought in construction of Blues practice facility

The St. Louis County Council's chairman is seeking a delay in permits for construction of a new St. Louis Blues practice facility, saying project approval was based on potentially "incorrect, … Click to Continue »

'Jorts-Wearing Bandit' Mocked by Fashion-Conscious Cops

Anyone who recognizes a man accused of robbing stores in the St. Louis area while wearing jean shorts is being urged to call "the fashion police." The AP reports St. Louis County Police dubbed the suspect the "jorts-wearing bandit" in a tweet on Monday, and included a photo. The tweet...

MO: Krewson, Stenger Move to 'Reset' Bi-State Board Amid MetroLink Security Fight

Amid a continuing controversy over how to reduce MetroLink crime, St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger and St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson on Friday announced they want to shake up the board of the agency overseeing the light-rail line.

Readers: Metro Right To Highlight County Police Covering Cameras

In the recent Sunday Poll nearly seventy percent of those who voted don’t by the statement frim St. Louis County police chief Belmer. Q: Agree or disagree: Media coverage of County police @ MetroLink is a ploy by Metro to get police powers. Strongly agree 1 [2.78%] Agree 1 [2.78%] Somewhat...

Sunday Poll: What’s Up With St. County Police & Metro?

A week ago we learned about St. Louis County police officers covering the camera at a MetroLink substation. A federal Homeland Security law enforcement officer was assigned to Metro transit patrol as part of a beefed-up security plan for the busy Fourth of July weekend. He didn’t like what he saw....

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