Loop Trolley Security Measures Still Not DeterminedThe Loop Trolley is two to three months away from launching, but major questions are still unanswered.
Local Tech Company Develops Facial Recognition Security SystemA company with an advanced facial recognition program right here in Saint Louis could change threats for businesses.
Update: Tax Increase Passed By County Council, Moves to April BallotThe half-cent increase in the sales tax would generate about $80 million in St. Louis county.
South Grand Adopts a New Crime Deterrent From CityTwo license plate recognition cameras will be added at the intersections of Grand Boulevard and Arsenal Street, and Grand Boulevard and Utah Street.
Video Limits By State Senate Argued Before Missouri High Court"Progress Missouri" says Senate ban on recordings violates Mo. sunshine law.
Illinois Makes Cameras-in-Court Policy PermanentA spokeswoman for the state's highest court said Monday that the roll-out of the program has gone so well that justices decided to end the experimental phase.
Ill. Nursing Home Staff Under Video Scrutiny in 2016In 2014, there were more than 100 documented incidents of abuse, neglect and financial exploitation of seniors in nursing homes.
SLMPD's Real-Time Crime Center Paying DividendsDotson says 48 arrests were made due to the hits that came as a result of the LPRs, with a resulting 126 criminal charges.
Downtown STL Inc. Calls for More Security Cameras DowntownKelly is hoping to raise $230,000 to put another 23 security cameras downtown at key intersections.
Do You Get a Refund? St. Louis Pays Back Red-Light Camera TicketsThe city halted the red-light camera program and dismissed pending cases.
Police: Tattoo Parlor Owner Hid Cameras, Spied on TenantsA Kansas City tattoo parlor owner has been charged with repeatedly watching five people use the bathroom in the apartment of a 25-year-old employee who lived above his business.
Motorists Win in 3 Rulings on Traffic CamerasIn the St. Louis red light camera case, the high court ruled that the ordinance is unconstitutional because it shifts the burden of proof from the state to the vehicle owner to prove who was driving the car at the time of the alleged violation.