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Man Shot By Police is Identified

Police have identified the man they shot and killed Wednesday night, after he pointed a rifle at them, as 42-year-old Michael Willis Junior of St. Louis.


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Taco Bell Bandit Charged

31 year old Clayton Fisher of Ballwin is charged with First Degree Robbery.


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Suspect in Meat-Tampering Case Again Denied Bond

Ronald Avers is accused of inserting what prosecutors called “booby trap” sewing needles into packaged supermarket meats “just for the hell of it” again lost a bid Wednesday to be eligible for release on bond.


File photo of lights on top of a cop car. (credit: Getty Images)

Multiple People Injured in Overnight Shootings

Just after 10 p.m., a 23-year-old man and his 1-year-old son were shot in the 6000 block of Emma.


Timothy Going

Former S. Illinois Teacher Admits Misconduct With Girls

Timothy Going of Fairfield faces up to 30 years in prison


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Police Still Seek Suspect in Jehovah’s Witness Arson

Police are still looking for the man who set fire to a Jehovah’s Witnesses Kingdom Hall in north St. Louis.


Booking photo of Christopher Roy courtesy of St. Charles Police Department

Arrest Made in St. Charles Robberies

Authorities say Christopher Roy of St. Peters is charged with two counts of first-degree robbery and one count of armed criminal action.


KMOX file photo.

4 Arrested in St. Louis After Robberies, Chase

Four suspects are in custody in St. Louis and accused of two robberies, then leading police on a chase through downtown.


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Suspect Seeks Bond in Illinois Meat-Tampering Case

A southwestern Illinois man accused of inserting sewing needles into packaged supermarket meats that a federal prosecutor called “booby traps” wants a federal judge to reconsider denying him his release on bond.


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6 Shootings Overnight in St. Louis

One person is dead and five others are injured after another violent night in St. Louis.


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The Metropolitan Police Department of the City of St. Louis opens its new headquarters at 1915 Olive by marching from the old building at 1200 Clark on July 19, 2014. Photo: KMOX/Brad Choat

STL Police Open New Headquarters

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