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St. Louis Man Charged in Spanish Lake CarjackingA St. Louis man is facing charges after allegedly carjacking a man early Tuesday morning in Spanish Lake.
Missouri Trooper Gets Jail, Probation for Man's DrowningA Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper will spend 10 days in jail and two years on supervised probation.
Clean Up Continues in Downtown St. LouisSt. Louis's Downtown Neighborhood Association is cleaning up after Sunday's vandalism.
Opposing Lawyers Give Their Take on Stockley EvidenceOne side argues evidence was withheld. The other says you must follow all bits of evidence carefully to see the full picture.
PHOTOS: East St. Louis Casino Queen Armed RobberyIllinois State Police say the suspects fired at the unarmed guard before escaping with an unknown amount of cash.
Police: 123 Arrested in Sunday ProtestsThose arrested range in age from 17 to 57.
Protesters Make Good on Threat to Disrupt St. Louis BusinessThe unrest that followed Friday's ruling closed large corporate offices, shut down restaurants and bars and even forced U2 to call off a concert that would have drawn 50,000 fans into the heart of the city. And protest organizers may not be done.
Cops Arrest Man Trying To Rob Pizzeria That Was Robbed Hours EarlierWhat Ramirez didn't know was Covina police had already added an extra patrol to the area after the first break-in that morning.
Protester Released From Jail Claims Minors Sparked The VandalismSome of those getting out say police officers used heavy-handed tactics in arresting dozens who weren't involved in any vandalism or violence.
Sunday's Peaceful Protests Give Way to CrimePolice in St. Louis say they made more than 80 arrested overnight after peaceful protests gave way to property damage.
Downtown Businesses Hit By Vandals Following Protest Outside St. Louis Police Headquarters
Jennings Store Robbed At GunpointLone suspect held up Dollar General on West Florissant.

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