New Video Expected to Be Released in Stockley TrialThe local police union says it will announce what it calls "damning revelations" about the video.
Family Wants Response to an Officer-Involved Shooting Last SummerMansur Ball-Bey,18, was killed near Page and Walton last August, after police claimed he ran from a suspected drug house and pointed a gun at officers
No Charges Against Officers for Shooting of Kajieme PowellA 28-page report was released Tuesday afternoon by Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce's office, which says it conducted an independent review of the shooting.
St. Louis Prosecutor Re-Opens World Series Ticket CaseThe Circuit Attorney launches a review of new evidence in the 2006 World Series ticket scandal involving St. Louis police.
Police Union: Circuit Attorney's Investigation Undermines PoliceJennifer Joyce disagreed with claims that she doesn't support local police and says she stands with anyone who wants to help witnesses come forward.
City of St. Louis Joins Mo. Supreme Court Case on GunsThe action comes after some felons allegedly caught with guns have claimed the state law banning that is unconstitutional because, they claim, a constitutional amendment approved by voters last year gives all Missouri citizens the right to bear arms.
St. Louis Police Officer Shoots 16-Year-Old, Teen in Serious ConditionBrandon Claxton was grazed above the eye, hit once in the arm and once in the stomach.
Child Abuse Charges Dropped Against St. Louis PriestThe St. Louis circuit attorney's office has dismissed charges against a priest accused of sexually abusing a boy in a Catholic school bathroom, but it left open the possibility that it could refile the charges in the future.
Protesters Gather at Circuit Attorney's HomeAccording to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, six protesters were arrested.
Asst. Circuit Attorney: Convicted Felons Can't Carry a Gun Despite Amendment 5The St. Louis Circuit Attorney's office is warning convicted felons they can't carry a gun -- no matter what Amendment Five says.
Judges' New Gun Docket Gives Out More Probation Than Prison Time"We arrest criminals and they say 'I'm not worried about it. I got paper. I got probation the first time, and I'll get paper the second time,'" complained a frustrated Police Chief Sam Dotson.
Was the MetroLink Beating a Hate Crime?Karen Aoresty, the ADL Director in St. Louis, says the black-on-white attack and the "goading" question about Michael Brown raises some red flags.