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St. Louis Woman Charged in Repo Man’s Murder
Cortrina Donaby allegedly enlisted another man to get her Jeep Grand Cherokee back — and he killed Jesse Jones
Missouri Professional Bull Rider Survived A Brutal Body Slam
The Professional Bull Riders (PBR) tour stopped in St. Louis over the weekend, and one video from the competition has gone viral. A bull rider known as JRV got slammed HARD against a metal structure, and was okay. St. Louis Missouri. Over the weekend, St. Louis, Missouri, played host to...
St. Louis man pleads guilty to shooting two women, one fatally, during carjackings
A St. Louis, Missouri man on Monday admitted killing a woman while stealing her car in 2022 and shooting another woman during a carjacking a few weeks later. Loyse Dozier, 21, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in St. Louis to four felonies: carjacking resulting in death, attempted carjacking resulting in serious bodily injury, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and possession with intent to distribute fentanyl.
Niles murder suspect gets trial date
NILES — The man charged in the shooting death of a Niles man at his North 12th Street home in late September is headed to trial next spring after the conclusion of a preliminary hearing Tuesday in Berrien County Trial Court. Jamie Phillip Perry, 29, of St. Louis, Missouri, faces four felony charges in connection […] The post Niles murder suspect gets trial date appeared first on Leader Publications.
St. Louis prosecutor who replaced progressive says he’s ‘enforcing the laws’ in first 6 months
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Prosecution of violent crime in St. Louis is rising sharply in the six months since an embattled progressive prosecutor was replaced by an appointed circuit attorney, according to the prosecutor’s office. Gabe Gore said Tuesday that his office has prosecuted 45% more cases than...
St. Louis homicide detectives investigating after 2-year-old killed
ST. LOUIS – Homicide detectives with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department are investigating the death of a 2-year-old boy. Police were summoned to a local hospital on Dec. 1 for an assault involving a child victim. The victim, identified as Mario Mitchell, had bruising on his abdomen and...
Rising Roadside Violence: A National Crisis Highlighted by St. Louis Shooting
A recent fatal shooting on Interstate 55 in St. Louis has cast a somber light on the increasing dangers lurking on America’s highways. Timothy Roberts, a 31-year-old man, met a tragic end when a routine assistance call transformed into a violent confrontation that left him grievously wounded, his life slipping away as he sat in his silver Toyota. This incident is not an isolated one; rather, it is a stark reminder of the potential perils of roadside emergencies.
Man makes dash for it as city tries towing car with expired tags
Call it a man's last-ditch effort to save his car from a north St. Louis County municipality trying to tow it for having expired plates.
Suspect in Caseyville bank robbery caught after high-speed pursuit, police say
The suspect was wanted in other robberies in Missouri.
St. Louis man killed in three-car crash near Cabool
TEXAS COUNTY, Mo. — A man from St. Louis was killed after a three-car accident on US 63 on Monday, Dec. 4. According to the crash report, James Russo, 51, was traveling southbound when his vehicle traveled across the roadway, making impact with a northbound vehicle. Russo’s vehicle continued southbound and hit a semi-truck which […]
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Puppies Up for Adoption in saint louis, MO
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around saint louis.
New St. Louis prosecutor will revive unit to review wrongful conviction claims
ST. LOUIS — The city's top prosecutor announced Tuesday that his office will revive an effort to review cases where people claim they were wrongfully convicted, and it already has three investigations in the works. Circuit Attorney Gabe Gore said the Conviction Integrity Unit, which will be led by...
New Chicken N Pickle Location to Open in St. Louis, Offering Sports Activities and Job Opportunities
Get ready, St. Louis! Chicken N Pickle is opening a new location at the Riverpoint development in St Charles, featuring 11 indoor and outdoor pickleball courts, shuffleboard, cornhole, and ping pong. The new spot is set to create 150 new jobs.
St. Louis progressing on filling out vacant police dispatcher positions
St. Louis issues when it comes to police dispatch has been a long-term issue in the city. The city been actively trying to fill what was once 40 vacancies at one point, and according to local leaders, they are filling those positions in good time.
Police find man dead inside car on I-55 SB
Officers found a man shot and killed Sunday afternoon in south St. Louis.
Man admits laundering money for drug dealers in St. Louis
A man from Lake St. Louis, Missouri on Monday admitted laundering money for methamphetamine dealers operating in the St. Louis area. Melvin Hayes, 66, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in St. Louis to misprison of a felony. Misprison of a felony is a crime committed when a person knows that someone has been involved in a felony but fails to report it to law enforcement authorities.
Anthem hiring for 250 new positions in downtown St. Louis
Anthem, the leading health insurer in Missouri, recently announced its plan to bolster its St. Louis team with 250 new jobs. The move marks Anthem’s ongoing commitment to the City of St. Louis. The additional workforce will be stationed at the company's longstanding headquarters on Chestnut in downtown St....
St. Louis nostalgia reigns supreme in new edition of ‘Lost Treasures’
Earlier this year, Cameron Collins drove more than 600 miles throughout the St. Louis region — in one day. He was on a mission: to visit and photograph 35 Catholic parishes set to close under a reorganization plan the St. Louis Archdiocese announced in May. “I had no idea...
Police investigating south St. Louis beauty store break-in
Someone broke into a beauty store in south St. Louis early Monday morning.
Police search for second teen connected to Clayton killing
CLAYTON, Mo. — A second teen is wanted in connection with a November 13 killing in Clayton. Darrion A. Johnson, 18, is charged with murder and several other felonies. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that it was the first homicide in the affluent St. Louis suburb since 2006. His bond is set at $500,000, cash-only. […]