Aryion Sanders Photo/Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis

Alton Man Charged with Murder

17 year old Aryion Sanders of Alton could get life in prison if convicted


Annan M. Gross, 31, is accused of breaking into a coworker's home and stealing her underwear. (Courtesy of KMOV)

Alton Man Charged With Stealing Women’s Underwear

Annan Gross was caught in the basement of a co-worker he followed home.


A protest outside Alton City Hall on July 22, 2015 after the police shooting of a dog. (Michael Calhoun/KMOX)

Alton Officials Do About-Face on Animal Control After Dog Killing

Wednesday’s announcement came two days after the dog was found and put down by Alton officers.


(Courtesy of the Fast Eddie's Bon-Air Facebook page)

Fast Eddie’s Owner Dead in Apparent Suicide

Nonn reports that Sholar apparently took his own life and was found Wednesday morning by his son, Edward Sholar Jr.


A boxer reportedly hit by a car was eventually shot twice with a 12-gauge shotgun but survived before officers used their .40-caliber sidearms to shoot the dog twice more, killing it, according to a police report cited by Spiker. (Courtesy of the Hope Animal Rescue Facebook page)

Shooting Of Dog By Police Stirs Anger In Alton

Protesters plan to pack city council meeting tonight to protest police actions.


Photo: Getty / Jewel Samad

Police Informant Sentenced

Prosecutors say Miles Musgraves tried to frame a man



Alton City Council Votes on Tattoo Parlor Relocation

Alton major wants the vote to pass so the city can support its small businesses.


Police investigate death of Alton woman

Alton Woman Charged in Suffocation Death of 4-Month-Old Son

Authorities say she had been drinking before falling asleep and rolled over in bed onto her son.



Prosecutors Consider More Charges in Alton Beating Death

Madison County will revisit the beating case of Johnny Gleason after his death Saturday while in a coma since May 3.


Photo: Getty Images, Castello-Ferbos

Police Hope Heroin Bust Dents Madison County Supply

“A button of heroin, it runs about five bucks to 10 bucks a button, which is one dose of heroin. They were pushing over $1,000 a week of heroin through that complex.”



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