Two STL Men Face Prison Sentences for Synthetic Drug TraffickingSeveral co-defendants have pled guilty to related charges and are awaiting sentencing.
3 STL County Residents Suspected of Supporting TerroristsTwo of the local suspects allegedly coordinated shipments of money and military supplies through an overseas intermediary.
Jefferson City Lawyer Pleads Guilty in Marriage FraudA Jefferson City lawyer has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from accusations that he helped his Ukrainian mistress find a U.S. citizen to marry solely so she could stay in the U.S.
Former and Current Postal Employees IndictedFour former and current Postal employees of the Network Distribution Center in Hazelwood, and an associate were indicted on charges of diverting mail.
Four People Indicted For Stealing Over $5.6 Million In Cooking Oil
Four Russian Nationals Indicted on Fraud ChargesFour Russian nationals have been indicted for conspiring to travel from Russia to casinos across the United States, including several local casinos, to cheat at particular slot games using electronic devices.
GM: Incompetence, Negligence Led To Delayed RecallGM CEO Mary Barra says 15 employees — many of them senior legal and engineering executives — have been forced out of the company
Petro America Chief Seeks New Trial In Fraud CaseThe lead defendant in a federal securities fraud case in Kansas City is asking for a new trial because of juror misconduct.
Overnight America: January 16th, 2012 - Alex Seitz-Wald, Niall Stanage
REWIND: Boy Band Award SnubsWhy did the GRAMMYs snub One Direction this year? A quick look back shows they have never, ever, ever, ever (like never) liked boy bands.
Opinion: Republicans Focus On Conspiracy Theories Instead Of Solutions For AmericaRevelations surrounding David Petraeus' affair have prompted the tin foil hat crowd on the right to find all sorts of conspiracies about why the news that CIA Director David Petraeus was having an affair with his biographer was released after the election.
Hotel Owners Charged With Hiring Illegal Workers A suburban Kansas City couple could lose their two hotels and their bank accounts and spend decades in federal prison if they're found guilty of knowingly employing illegal immigrants over the last four years, a federal prosecutor said.