Police Warn Against iPhone '108' Prank Spreading on Social MediaPolice say when iPhone users test out the Siri command “just for fun,” they’re actually tying up phone lines at emergency call centers.
'Contact 911' Message on Package Leads to ArrestAn eastern Missouri man is in custody after a package service driver noticed a message scrawled on a package he had just picked up: ``Contact 911.''
UPDATE: St. Louis County Man Reported MissingGavin Newman, 23, found deceased Thursday in St. Louis
Defense Chief: 9/11 Bill Could Be Devastating to U.S. MilitaryLegislation that would allow the families of Sept. 11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia for allegedly backing the terrorists who carried out the attacks could be devastating to the U.S. military.
Special 9/11 Ceremony Held in BellevilleFirefighters take part in unveiling of Memorial Walkway
Bi-State Members Of Congress Remember 9/11Sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks
7,000 Flags Placed on Art Hill in RemembranceEach flag features the name and photo of a fallen service member who lost their life fighting the War on Terror.
7,000 Flags to be Posted on Art HillThe 7,000 men and women killed in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq will each be commemorated with a flag posted on Art Hill from Sept. 6 through the 11.
New Illinois Law Means Fewer Emergency Dispatch CentersMadison County 911 director Terence McFarland says he expects the change will result in an undetermined number of job cuts.
Illinois County Sues the State For Not Funding Emergency 911 SystemA St. Clair County Board Chairman says the state owes his county six million dollars and this may not be the only lawsuit.
Illinois Tenants Can No Longer be Evicted For Calling the PoliceIn many Illinois cities a property owner can evict if a person calls for police too often, that will change on November 19.
Man Charged in Plot to Bomb Sept. 11 Memorial in MissouriJoshua Ryne Goldberg, 20, was arrested and charged with distributing information relating to explosives, destructive devices and weapons of mass destruction, the U.S. Attorney's Office said Thursday.