Jeff Roorda, the St. Louis police union's often controversial business manager, on Monday announced his exit from the organization.
Jeffrey Tod had been charged with killing DeAndre Moore and Melvin Whitted Jr. in December 2018 and Kenneth Linzie in January 2019.
Kortlind N. Lewis, 34, is facing first-degree murder and armed criminal action charges after police say he killed Darris Mooreland on Sept. 11.
The Fricks grocery stores' slogan is "Your hometown market."
The AG’s Office filed a motion Friday afternoon seeking a delay in a hearing scheduled for Monday morning.
Twenty-five states have extended Medicaid coverage to new moms for one year, a debate that could take on new significance in a post-Roe world.
The St. Louis Regional Racial Healing and Justice Fund highlighted its third annual grant cycle on Saturday.
Sweetie Pie’s Upper Crust, the last location in the region for Montgomery's famous family-run enterprise, on Sunday served its last plate of fried chicken, its last slice of peach cobbler.
FreedomPay President Chris Kronenthal said, “We have identified and addressed the technical issue and are working tirelessly to clear and remove duplicate charges from the impacted customers’ accounts.”
Lavell D. Flewellen, 49, died after crashing into the back of a bus Friday afternoon on Lucas and Hunt Road, north of Groveland Drive.
Riverview police were called to a shooting around 10:15 p.m. Friday in the 9800 block of Lilac Drive.
On Sept. 26, 1872, the city opened the Social Evil Hospital on Arsenal as part of its experiment with legal, regulated prostitution.
Children’s Division dysfunction is delaying the resolution of child protection cases, especially in St. Louis and Kansas City.
Jones' comments come amid rising concern about safety on city streets, especially for pedestrians and cyclists.
Firm to add pickleball courts and food upgrades to complex
“I don’t think it’s over. I think people are still dying,” she told the editorial board of the Kansas City Star.
At about 1:40 a.m. police responded to a shots fired call in the 10000 block of Douglas Court.
One victim, a 38-year-old man, told police he saw a woman and another man in a heated argument. He tried to intervene, and the man pulled a gun.
An analyst for J.D. Power digs deeper into the disappointing numbers for Lambert Airport in a recent national survey.
Police found Ryan Thompson, 33, unconscious in the alley between Gast Place and the 8600 block of Church Drive.