Another Violent Weekend in St. LouisAnother St. Louis Homicide - Three Injured in Separate Shootings - St. Louis Police Dodge Bullets - Arson Investigation Underway
Ferguson Looks for a New Identity a Year LaterThe QuikTrip that burned during the rioting has been torn down, and hundreds of volunteers recently fanned out to pick up trash and pull weeds around the city. But other businesses that were destroyed are still in shambles, and plywood boards still protect windows a year later.
Update: St. Louis Church Expands National Fund for Burned ChurchesFour predominantly black churches confirmed to be victims of arson in South Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee.
Man Sentenced to Prison for Arson That Killed Teenage SonA man who admitted scheming with his ex-wife in setting a string of arson fires to bilk insurers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars was sentenced Monday.
Crime On The Rise, Again, In St. LouisMurder, robbery, burglary, car thefts and assaults all went up double digits last month, as the city's year-to-date crime report for May shows a total crime increase of 15.5 percent.
Arsonist Targeted Two Vacant Homes in AltonAn arsonist in Alton struck again over the weekend targeting two vacant houses.
Feds Frustrated with Slow Progress Solving Ferguson ArsonFour months after the night of arson following the Ferguson grand jury decision announcement, federal investigators are warning many of the blazes will go unsolved unless more people help with tips.
Suspected Arson at Shrewsbury PlaygroundPlayground equipment set on fire after earlier attempt to ignite picnic table.
Suspicious Package in South County Contains JointSt. Louis County Police tell KMOX News that a woman spotted a man in a green SUV jump out of the vehicle with a metal canister, set it on a pole, then drive off.
Sen. Schmitt: Committee Not Satisfied with Nixon's National Guard Explanation"It raised more questions than answers," he says.
Man Charged in Ferguson ArsonAntonio Whiteside, 26, is charged with fire at Ferguson Market.
Accountability Hearing Reveals Chaos, Miscommunication During Ferguson UnrestEureka Fire Chief Greg Brown and St. Louis County Chief of Special Operations Matt LaVanchy told the committee firefighters were shot at during the unrest and, as a result, were told to stand down, even though residents needed their help.

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