Popular Facebook Page Shares Story of STL Zoo's Speke's GazelleThe Speke's gazelle at the Saint Louis Zoo is the smallest species of gazelle - and one of the most endangered.
Emojis Taken as Threat Lead to Probation for Peoria ManTwenty-one-year-old Brian C. Tyler pleaded guilty to one count of attempted aggravated intimidation and was sentenced Thursday.
Ex-Illinois Legislator Says Woman Extorted Him on FacebookThe nature and full content of the messages and video call are redacted from the police report.
Freshmen Told No 'Safe Spaces' at University of ChicagoUniversity of Chicago's Class of 2020 was recently informed that there are no "safe spaces" for them on campus.
'Dear Drunk Driver' Post Going Viral After Mother Witnesses Beach MayhemA Jefferson County mother's Facebook post is going viral after she witnessed a drunk driver plowing through a crowded beach last weekend.
Circuit Attorney Warns of Rise in Witness TamperingThe city prosecutor is fighting a judge's order to turn over the names and addresses of witnesses in 172 criminal cases to the public defender.
Woman Sentenced for Posting Teen's Nude Photos on FacebookProsecutors asked for a three-year prison sentence, saying the victim was humiliated.
EPA Skips Bridgeton Landfill Meeting After ThreatsOne comment told the EPA to "pack heat" but they have been deleted from the EPA's Facebook page.
Officer Shortage Hits St. Louis City, County PoliceFerguson is getting some of the blame for officers leaving and fewer recruits signing up.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Threatened by ISISThe terrorist group ISIS has allegedly released a new video containing an image of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey with a fake bullet hole in his head.
Police: Facebook Helped Track Down Snake ThiefParsons was allegedly seen on surveillance cameras taking the snake from its case Nov. 30 at the Exotic Amphibian & Reptile Center in Lemay.
Would You Want To See This In Your Neighborhood?My neighbor has this rusted, regulation-size soccer goal in their yard and I don't care to look at it.