When brother and sister David and Natalie DePriest got busted last October for growing 17 marijuana plants in their Farmington home, they told police that there was no reason they should be arrested. After all, weed will soon be legal everywhere. Also, they supported Ron Paul. But that argument di ... More >>
Police say they've located the nude man seen fleeing an explosion early Wednesday morning in Farmington. The suspect, a 22-year-old male from the nearby eastern Missouri town of Bismarck, checked himself into Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis last week and is undergoing treatment for severe burns ... More >>
In a victory for First Amendment supporters -- and white supremacists -- a federal judge ruled yesterday that a St. Francois County city cannot prohibit the Ku Klux Klan from distributing leaflets on city streets. The decision isn't all that surprising. The courts have ruled in favor of the Traditi ... More >>
Grass Widow | The Langaleers The Vault, Farmington, MO June 5, 2012 Sometimes showgoing throws you a curve ball. I drove an hour and a half to Farmington with the intent of catching Grass Widow, a great Bay Area trio who's touring on the strength of a fine new CD, Internal Logic. Mission accompli ... More >>
Provided by the Missouri State Highway PatrolMissouri meth labs in 2009. Click for larger image.While the focus of this week's RFT feature is meth lab explosions and the impact that injured meth cooks are having on hospitals across the Midwest, the story also touches on the reasons why meth has r ... More >>
Unreal uncovers the dark side of the drunk-dial, sips some warm beer (blargh), considers buying a (tiny) yacht and checks in on a design intern at the Post-Dispatch.
Missouri has been pouring millions into prisons that aren't being used. But stay tuned: If politicians have their way, there will be plenty of inmates to go around.
A cop shoots a colleague and makes him a wealthy man
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