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Four Troubled Metro East Police Departments To Get Reform Manual

The detailed reforms cover everything from officer integrity and ethics, to arrest procedures and techniques.

10/25/2013

Booking photo of former St. Clair County Circuit Judge Michael Cook of Belleville.

Prosecutors: Man Sold Heroin to St. Clair Co. Judge Almost Daily

Prosecutors say Michael Cook was a St. Clair County circuit judge when he got heroin from Sean McGilvery “on an almost daily basis.”

10/17/2013

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16 East St. Louis Firefighters Avert Layoffs

East St. Louis officials and a local firefighters union say they’ve reached a deal that will avert layoffs of nearly one-third of the city’s fire department.

10/16/2013

Delas Carter

Two Charged in Cell Phone Theft at Metro Stations

Police say they grabbed the phones and ran

10/09/2013

East St. Louis City Hall

East St. Louis Firefighters Delay Layoffs

The new layoff date is now October 15. Mayor Alvin Parks says that while he is hopeful the layoffs might be eliminated altogether, obligations, such as back-pay, must be met.

10/01/2013

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East St. Louis Newborn Thrown Out of Window

Police in East St Louis say a 23 year old woman has confessed to throwing her newborn son out of a second story window yesterday.

09/28/2013

The new Sunshine Cultural Arts Center in East St. Louis provides access to the arts for children in the Metro East.  The Center’s newest program “Growing Through the Arts”, made possible through a grant from The Monsanto Fund, allows children to learn about music, drumming and dancing in a safe haven after school. (photo credit: Community Performance Ensemble)

Sunshine Cultural Arts Center Opens in East St. Louis

The center kicks off “Growing Through the Arts” an after-school program for Metro East students.

09/25/2013

Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Activists Say 5,200 People Are Illegally Registered to Vote in East St. Louis

An activist wants a federal judge to order county or state officials to run East St. Louis elections, arguing that more than 5,200 people are illegally registered to vote in the struggling city.

09/24/2013

Workers raise a new conduit into position on the new I-70 bridge over the Mississippi River in December, 2012. (Photo via MoDOT)

Stretch of I-64 in Illinois to Close Friday

Knowing it will be a major disruption for commuters, I-DOT will penalize the contractor $2,500 for every 15 minutes the road remains closed past the deadline of 9:00 a.m. on September 23.

09/12/2013

East St. Louis Woman Accused of Having Kids Nab Jewelry

23-year-old Geneshia L. Grey, who’s charged with felony burglary and contributing to the criminal delinquency of a minor. Police haven’t said how old the children were.

09/11/2013

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