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Police: St. Louis Man Dies After Jumping From Moving Squad Car

The man was in handcuffs, but somehow opened the police car’s back door and jumped out.

08/19/2015

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I-70 Shutdown Leads to Charges Against Two Protestors

Monday’s shutdown of Interstate 70 has led to charges against two protestors for their role in the shutdown.

08/12/2015

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Mizanskey Officially Paroled From Pot-Related Life Sentence

Both Mizanskey and his son were surprised the board turned a decision so quickly.

08/11/2015

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Man Shot After Driving at Police Gets 5 Years in Prison

A shoplifting suspect who was shot and wounded by a suburban St. Louis police officer earlier this year has been sentenced to five years in prison.

07/27/2015

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Two Guns Nabbed From Men In Line For Fair Saint Louis

The Circuit Attorney’s office issued warrants for unlawful use of a weapon against 22-year-old Roderick Roberson of Belleville, Illinois, and against 17-year-old Keion Peay of North St. Louis.

07/06/2015

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Jury Selection in Trial for Caged Child Case

Jury selection is underway for the trial of two parents who are accused of keeping their 6-year-old autistic son in a makeshift cage.

04/13/2015

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Driver Tells Officer: ‘I’m Not Gonna Lie. I Sell Marijuana.’

The police officer making a traffic stop in suburban St. Louis was confronted with some unexpected honesty when the driver told him bluntly: “I’m not gonna lie. I sell marijuana.”

04/03/2015

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Former Cardinal Curt Ford Punched in Face at St. Louis County Gas Station

Nearly 33 years after delivering a game-winning hit in his first major league at-bat, former Cardinal Curt Ford may be leaving after what police say was a racially motivated attack.

03/26/2015

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Illinois Budget Error Could Jeopardize Criminal Cases

A technical error in how the Illinois budget was written will soon leave courts across the state with a skeleton crew of court reporters, and that could jeopardize criminal cases.

03/24/2015

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Bill Would Increase Penalty of an Adult Providing Alcohol to a Minor

“I can go out and write a $500 bad check and get a felony. But they can go out and kill, and get a misdemeanor.”

03/18/2015

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