Last summer, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Sergeant Jason Love, 43, was charged with three counts of misdemeanor property damage for allegedly cutting the tires of two vehicles and breaking a business' glass door. Prosecutors at the time said he had "no legitimate reason" to cause this damage and po ... More >>
Here's one really messy, destructive way to rob a store, courtesy of St. Louis' latest smash-and-grabbers who apparently did a lot of damage just before sunrise this morning. Police say that three black males in dark baseball hats drove their vehicle into the rear brick wall of a National Rent to ... More >>
Updated at 6:30 pm with charges, mugshot and SLMPD's corrections to their original account. Last night just before 10 p.m., a Papa John's pizza deliveryman -- described as a 29-year-old black male -- rolled into the 4900 block of Wise Avenue in King's Oak (just southeast of St. Louis University High ... More >>
A screen capture of Jarrod Lee Hayn and his handiwork on stltoday.com In the wake of a Supreme Court ruling that overturned a federal law outlawing depictions of animal cruelty, the U.S. Attorney's Office has dropped all charges against Jarrod Lee Hayn, the Illinois man who filmed himself running ... More >>
This just in from the St. Louis police:Just after midnight today undercover officers saw a 2004 Dodge Ram pickup truck near the area of St. Louis Avenue and Clara. The truck had been reported stolen from St. Charles, Missouri, on 11/15/09. Undercover officers followed the vehicle and eventually depl ... More >>
Lose your Cadillac Escalade in a drug bust, and you're a completely innocent party? The DEA wants to know!For the past several weeks the Drug Enforcement Administration has been running advertisements in the Wall Street Journal and other national publications asking people to identify thousands of i ... More >>
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This former St. Louis Blues star has skated on some thin ice since leaving the rink
B-Sides cuts right to the Heartless Bastards, intellectualizes Hayseed Dixie and dissects the anatomy of the common punk rocker
St. Louis takes the gold and silver medals for urban maladies: first in gonorrhea, second in chlamydia. Oh, and last in the National Hockey League.
On Saturday, September 4, we tuned in to local musical frequencies in their vast and varied incarnations. What we heard, all day and all night:
We wake up a Margaret Cho-approved congressional hopeful; plus, Unreal gets the Tiger Beat facts on local car dealers and Bill Haas goes south of the border
How long does it take to drive from here to Kansas City? Depends on how much you want to see.
From the top of Mount Milam to the depths of the Pit with the people who take out St. Louis' garbage