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 >>
Add "guilty of producing child pornography" to Martin L. "Vlad" Evans' resume. That is, right under "Evil Death Metal Clown." See Also: - Core of Your Nightmares Drummer Charged with Producing Child Pornography
Here's one way St. Louis leaders are working to combat gun violence in the city -- and officials say it's a first-of-a-kind effort. Federal authorities in Missouri and Illinois alongside local metro officials announced yesterday that, with a partnership aimed at targeting violent crime, they have ... More >>
Last week, we reported that a Missouri horse slaughter facility may get the green light from federal officials who say they are legally required to approve the processing plant if it meets a series of requirements. Animal rights advocates argue the practice is cruel and that horse meat is dangerou ... More >>
Officials with Walmart pleaded guilty this week to mishandling hazardous materials at retail stores in Missouri and California -- and as a result will have to pay a total of more than $110 million in fines to resolve these cases. The company, authorities say, violated a slew of federal and state env ... More >>
Yesterday, KMOV-TV (Channel 4)'s Larry Conners made quite a splash when he speculated on his Facebook page whether the Internal Revenue Service may have targeted him in response to his interview with Barack Obama last year. Our original coverage is below. Since his post got national attention, Conne ... More >>
Dethklok and Lamb of God, with support from Gojira, were supposed to make a stop at the Family Arena on August 15. It's a bill we've been excited about since it was first announced and was probably the marquee metal show of the summer. Unfortunately, the entire tour has just been cancelled because L ... More >>
A subsidiary of Lee Enterprises hopes to take over management of freebie publication racks, like this one at Vintage Vinyl in the Delmar Loop.‚ÄčThe publishers of such local indie publications as Sauce, Alive and Vital Voice have long relied on something of a free-for-all distribution system: They p ... More >>
Bishop/Attorney Marty Sigillito‚ÄčUpdated 4:16 p.m. with press release outlining indictment. We have all but official confirmation that Martin Sigillito -- the Clayton attorney and American Anglican bishop who already stands accused in civil court of running a $45 million ponzi scheme -- has finally ... More >>
Was it a Kenyan assassin who killed the St. Louis missionary -- or was it madness? Seven years later, the verdict is in.
Advocates for the disabled flag down Missouriís highway builders and demand they pay greater attention to accessibility.
Rod Shene paid a paltry few grand for a volume worth $500,000 or more. Only one hitch: The German government wants it back.
A St. Louis civil-rights pioneer vanished without a trace almost 70 years ago. Now, the NAACP wants the feds to find him.
Sonny Trimble's grave undertaking: unearthing the victims of Saddam's slaughter.
Unreal went to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker and all we got was this lousy story.
University City bids a (mostly) fond farewell to its long-time city manager
Belleville racketeer Thomas Venezia goes out with a bang
The most notorious cold case in the history of the St. Louis Police Department still haunts homicide detectives
Larry Johnson wants big bucks for a crime he never committed
The St. Louis Police Department faces a taboo topic: Domestic violence within its ranks
Former St. Louis corrections chief Dora Schriro has moved on to a more high-profile controversy
Smokestacks, strip joints and a seriously solid tax base: Welcome to Sauget, Illinois
Mallinckrodt's workers were poisoned and the government said it would pay. So far, those promises haven't been kept.
If they'd sold drugs on a street corner, punishment would have been swift. Instead, they used the Internet -- and the party lasted for years.
Nikolay Nedeltchev wanted to be a gun broker in America. Fat chance.
St. Louis elections are a national joke. Trouble is, it's not funny anymore.
The city was slow in adopting a jail-suicide expert's advice
Pearl Jam manager Kelly Curtis is the guy behind the guys
Hannibal diminishes its predecessor
From the week of January 10, 2001
He deserves a taste of his own medicine in confirmation hearings
Directed by Steven Soderbergh
After nearly three decades on the run, a fugitive from the raucous anti-war era is outed
Tamms Correctional Center is one of the toughest, most expensive and least crowded prisons in the nation. But does it accomplish anything ó- besides driving inmates insane?
After years of taking it on the chin, Bob Goeggel struck back at his competitor. Thanks to his accusations of fraud, the state's largest ambulance company is on the operating table and the feds are doing the cutting.