The case of Cary Ball Jr., the 25-year-old St. Louis student fatally shot by two police officers in April, has attracted the attention of Freeman Bosley Jr., the former mayor of the city who is leading a wrongful-death lawsuit against police. Ball's grieving relatives, now represented by Bosley, y ... More >>
University of Missouri--St. LouisUMSL criminology professor Richard Rosenfeld will soon become a regular presence at police headquarters.Earlier today the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners voted to approve a partnership between the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, the Office of ... More >>
Photo: Jennifer SilverbergDarryl Burton photographed last year.Updated 4:06 p.m. with comments from Burton's attorney.Darryl Burton served 24 years in prison for a St. Louis murder he didn't commit. In 2008, Cole County Judge Richard Callahan (now the U.S. Attorney for Eastern Missouri) released ... More >>
The St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners today announced that it would not fight a judge's order requiring it to turn over its entire Internal Affairs investigation into the so-called World Series Ticket Scandal. The case stems from the 2006 World Series in which police officers were accused o ... More >>
www.im4mokwa.comJoe MokwaState Auditor Susan Montee released this morning the findings of a much-anticipated financial review of the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners. The audit is the first look into the finances of the board since former police chief Joe Mokwa stepped down last year in th ... More >>
Dan Green, owner of the home, called "Bolozone", where many of the protesters were rounded up by police.The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department has reached a settlement with four would-be protesters arrested prior to the 2003 World Agriculture Forum held in St. Louis. The demonstrators -- wh ... More >>
When is a public record not a public record? Ask St. Louis police.
Larry Johnson wants big bucks for a crime he never committed
The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department keeps a tight lid on internal affairs. Even if it means breaking the law.
St. Louis police may be close to getting the right to live where they want
Week of January 30, 2002
Young and Nutt: Scandal knows no boundaries
Police commissioner Eddie Roth leaves for an Ohio newspaper
The city's image problems cut across race lines when it comes to crime
Mayor Clarence Harmon may have nominated Capt. Beverly Noble-Barnes for a controversial promotion, but he didn't attend a police-board meeting to back her up
Following the greenbacks as Missouri gears up for Super Tuesday