AT&T Offers Cyber Security Classes for SeniorsA new way for older adults to protect themselves from cyber crime.
Metro Ridership Down, Following National TrendThe decline also comes at a time when the transportation agency is dealing with some high-profile crimes on platforms and in trains
Trump Could Revive Missouri Proposal on Deported ImmigrantsMissouri lawmakers are trying again to pass a bill aimed at cracking down on deported immigrants who come back and commit crimes.
STL Crime Rate Drops in August Compared to Last YearAs hard as it may be to believe - crime decreased last month compared to 2015.
More Than 2 Dozen Break-Ins on 1 St. Louis County StreetNo arrests have been made.
Missouri's Nixon Pardons 8 Convicted of Nonviolent CrimesThey've all finished their sentences and later found work or pursued an education.
Circuit Court Judge Proposes Plan to Handle Gun CrimesCircuit Court Judge Michael Mullen's plan will funnel most gun crime cases before three select judges.He says it will be faster but not necessarily tougher.
FBI Gives New Classification to Animal AbuseThe FBI is now classifying animal cruelty as a Group A offense and a crime against society.
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.
Number of Ill. Police Departments That Trace Guns On the RiseThe number of Illinois police departments tracing guns has risen from 392 two years ago to 451 now. Last year, 11,500 crime guns in Illinois were traced, and 6,200 have been so far this year.
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.
University Study Hopes to Bring Answers to Gun Crime Increase"There's a concern over gangs in St. Louis," UMSL criminologist Beth Huebner says. "We do have gangs, we do have guns - they are highly related. But then there are groups of people who aren't associated with gangs, that we know of, that aren't carrying guns."