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Constructive Feedback University: What "Time: The Kaleif Browder Story" SHOWED But Failed To ARTICULATE: ERROL LOUIS - Journalist And Operative

TRUE NEWS BUND Blog: Tracking Corruption And Dysfunction In The Bronx County Courthouse I am a long term critic of journalist Errol Louis.As with "Charles Blow", "John Blake", "Leonard Pitts Jr", "Eugene Robinson"...........THOUGH THEIR...Show More Summary

Missouri mom on trial for repeatedly poisoning 9-year-old son

ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - A northwest Missouri woman is on trial in St. Louis County for allegedly repeatedly poisoning her 9-year-old son. Read more...

Missouri man gets prison time for role in heroin death

A St. Charles County man who admitted in court his role in the heroin death of the nephew of St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger has been ordered to spend … Click to Continue »

Police fatally shoot former officer in suburban St. Louis

Authorities say police have shot and killed a former officer in suburban St. Louis while responding to a domestic violence report. St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar says that … Click to Continue »

Chuck Berry Dead At 90: Stars React To Death Of Legendary Rock ‘N’ Roller

This Saturday, rock n’ roll legend Chuck Berry was found dead at his home in St. Louis, Missouri, police confirmed on Facebook. He was 90 years old. This Saturday at 12:40 p.m., Berry was found unresponsive by St. Charles County police. Show More Summary

RIP Chuck Berry

last weekHumor / odd : Neatorama

The St. Charles County Police responded to an emergency call at the home of legendary rock pioneer Chuck Berry west of St. Louis early Saturday. He could not be revived, and was pronounced dead. (YouTube link) From 1955 to 1958, Mr. Berry knocked out classic after classic. Show More Summary

Chuck Berry Dead at 90

Chuck Berry, not just a legend of rock 'n' roll -- but one of its inventors -- died Saturday outside St. Louis. St. Charles County police responded to a medical emergency call and found Berry unresponsive. They performed CPR, but weren't able to…

Man's Murder Conviction Tossed After 32 Years in Prison

After 32 years behind bars, Andrew Wilson had his murder conviction thrown out Wednesday by a Los Angeles County judge. His first plan as a newly free man? Fly to St. Louis to visit his 96-year-old mother, who never doubted his innocence. Wilson, now 62, was convicted in 1986 of...

Prosecutor Releases Unedited Ferguson Video To Counter Cover-up Claims

The St. Louis County prosecutor released unedited surveillance video on Monday that shows the late Michael Brown at a Ferguson, Missouri, convenience store many hours before he was killed by a police officer in 2014. Prosecutor Robert McCulloch made the video public to counter claims in a documentary film that premiered Saturday. Show More Summary

Ferguson protests: Shots fired, one officer with a broken nose, attempted arson of a police car

"...stuffed a napkin in the gas tank opening of a St. Louis County police car and tried to ignite it with a cigarette lighter."

The Latest: Prosecutor says Ferguson video heavily edited

The Latest on reaction to footage from a new documentary on the 2014 Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, (all times local): 1:50 p.m. St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch … Click to Continue »

Sunday Poll: Will City & County Both Lose Population In Upcoming 2020 Census?

Every Census since 1940, except 1950, the City of St. Louis has lost population. In that same period, St. Louis County has gained population — except the most recent Census in 2010.  Today’s poll is pretty straightforward, will both lose population in the 2020 Census to be held just 3...

Missouri counties do what state won't: Track opioid sales

Some of Missouri's biggest cities and counties have banded together to do what the state won't: track the prescription and sale of opioids. St. Louis County, the city of St. … Click to Continue »

Parents upset after substitute teacher gave pills to students as part of lesson

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – Some parents in the Riverview Gardens School District are incensed over accusations a teacher distributed pills to his students during a class that may have messed with their digestive systems. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Man convicted of looting store after Michael Brown's death

A St. Louis County man has been found guilty of looting a Foot Locker store during riots that followed the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. The … Click to Continue »

St. Louis County cop says he was told to ‘tone down his gayness’

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CLAYTON, Mo. — A 22-year St. Louis County police veteran who was once picked to become the department’s liaison to the gay community is now suing the department for discrimination. In a lawsuit filed Jan. 10, Sgt. Keith Wildhaber claims a former St. Louis County Police Board member told him...

Cop Sues St. Louis County After Allegedly Being Told 'Tone Down Gayness'

A longtime Missouri police officer has filed a discrimination lawsuit against his county, claiming that he was asked to “tone done his gayness” if he wanted a job promotion. Sgt. Keith Wildhaber, who has worked for St. Louis County since...Show More Summary

MISSOURI: Cop Files Lawsuit Alleging Superior Told Him To “Tone Down His Gayness” To Earn Promotion

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The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports: A 22-year St. Louis County police veteran who was once picked to become the department’s liaison to the gay community is now suing the department for discrimination. In a lawsuit filed Jan. 10, Sgt. Show More Summary

St. Louis Cop: I Was Told To “Tone Down” My Gayness To Get Promoted

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Sgt. Keith Wildhaber has been with the St. Louis County police department since 1994.

Veteran Cop Suing the St. Louis PD Said He Was Told to ‘Tone Down His Gayness’ if He Ever Wanted a Promotion

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Keith Wildhaber, an out 22-year veteran of the St. Louis County police is suing the department for discrimination saying he was told to “tone down his gayness” if he ever wanted a promotion, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports: The sergea… Read The post Veteran Cop Suing the St. Show More Summary

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