Weeks ago, we reported that 100 pounds of explosives was missing from a Troy business and, at the time, the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office had no idea who might have taken them or what they might have been planning.
Eventually, the sheriff's office began receiving tips about two teenage boys, Jos ... More >>
Sooo...this is comforting.
Thieves stole approximately 100 pounds of explosives from a business in Troy this week, according to the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office, which is investigating the matter alongside the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The federal agency is offering a ... More >>
Ever wanted to own a set of guns that belonged to two celebrated Depression-era outlaws? Well, now's your chance! A tommy gun and 12-gauge 1897 Winchester shotgun seized when police raided Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker's Joplin apartment in April of 1933 will be up for auction later this month in K ... More >>
In a 4,650-word, front-page treatise in yesterday's New York Times, author Michael Luo lays bare a significant trend: each year, thousands of felons across the country have their gun rights reinstated following prison sentences, despite a federal law that strips away the right to bear arms fo ... More >>
Five St. Louis men have been arrested as part of a federal investigation into racketeering, drug trafficking and murder involving the Wheels of Soul Outlaw Motorcycle Gang.
The St. Louis men arrested are:Dominic Henley, 33, of central St. Louis, described as the chapter president;Lawrence Pinks ... More >>
local4traffic.files.wordpress.comThe police also wrote 111 tickets in Alton.The jaw-dropping number of traffic citations comes courtesy of another one of the Illinois State Police's patented "roadside safety checks" at the freeway off-ramp at Broadway and Fourth Street in East Boogie.The BND ha ... More >>
As gun makers stockpile money for a PR and marketing battle to convince still more citizens to take up arms, besieged cities such as St. Louis aren't taking it lying down. They're returning fire with lawsuits.