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.
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.
“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.”
Dr. Devon Golding has been convicted of multiple health-care fraud related charges for billing for services not rendered and false statements involving a health-care benefit plan.
Police say the boy’s mother, grandmother and aunt planned the ruse last week to scare him, because they believed he was too nice to people. The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office says the family wanted to teach him about possible danger from strangers.
Not backing down and not making a deal, the mayor of Sunset Hills now has a court date to fight allegations that he sideswiped a cyclist with his car.
The man accused of crashing a stolen car in downtown St. Louis and running away from police while carrying a sawed-off shotgun was on probation for an earlier gun crime.
The Tuesday night hit-and-run took the life of 16-year-old Daniel Embrey, who was walking with two friends on Edwardsville Road in Granite City.
Patricia Hoehn allegedly wrote prescriptions for hydrocodone for three different people representing that they were prescribed by a licensed medical doctor.
The mayor and police superintendent in Chicago are sounding like crusaders for decriminalization of narcotics.