Mental Evaluation Delays Terror Suspect's Case18-year-old Keaun Cook's courtroom behavior this week prompted judge's ruling.
Creve Coeur Bond Issue Would Fund New Police HQThe Creve Coeur City Council unanimously approved putting a measure on the November ballot to raise nearly $10.7 million for the project.
Bond For Shooter of Flamion Doubled to $1 MillionTaylor is charged with assault on an officer, armed criminal action and unlawful possession of a firearm.
St. Louis County Man Accused of Wounding OfficerPolice say Williams, 24, fired at the officer, wounding him twice, before the officer returned fire.
New Video Expected to Be Released in Stockley TrialThe local police union says it will announce what it calls "damning revelations" about the video.
$1M Bond Set for Former St. Louis Officer Accused of MurderA St. Louis judge set the bail amount Tuesday for Jason Stockley, who previously had been ordered held without bond.
Bond Set for Man Accused of Online Threats Toward MizzouJudge Kimberly Shaw agreed during a Wednesday court appearance to give him the opportunity to post bond and stay with his parents in their Lake St. Louis home.
Woman Charged with Manslaughter For Cosmetic Buttocks InjectionAuthorities said 22-year-old Daysha Phillips of Florissant died four days after the procedure at a hotel near Lambert Airport.
Police Arrest Suspect in Attempted Carjacking, RobberyThe Kirkwood Police Department have arrested a woman in connection with an attempted carjacking and robbery last month.
Protesters Assail Judge for Setting Murder Suspect Free on BondLauren Bach, 23, was beaten to death in June of last year, and the suspect, Raheem Thorpe, was charged with first-degree murder and originally held on no bond.
Ferguson Police Officer Shooting Suspect Pleads Not Guilty to All CountsWilliams' attorney, Jerryl Christmas, who appeared with him today in St. Louis County Circuit Court, tells KMOX News his client is innocent, and the allegations of the shootings are physically impossible for his client to have pulled off.
Reed Proposes Bill to Approve $180 Mill. Bond IssueSt. Louis city voters may be asked this summer to raise their property taxes to pay for new equipment for the police and fire departments, along with other capital improvements citywide.