Personal Firework Shows Banned in IllinoisViolating the Illinois Explosives Act can be a felony with a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
Man Pleads Guilty in Missouri Sex-Trafficking CaseThirty-five-year-old Kenyata D. Miles pleaded guilty Monday in Jefferson City to a felony count of attempted sex trafficking.
Sunset Hills Mayor Defends Himself in Court TodayFurrer's attorney says the mayor is eager to have his day in court and tell the jury his side of the story.
Man Charged in Downtown Robbery, ShootingThe robberies and the assault occurred near the Old Cathedral in the northbound lanes of Memorial Drive, which is a part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial.
Mom of Children Found in Kansas City Cave Can Leave JailHowever, Sean Dale, the owner of the Underground Diesel shop, told The Associated Press the boys stayed with Mugrauer while she worked for him at the shop and that he provided the crate so they wouldn't ``run amok.''
Police: St. Louis Man Dies After Jumping From Moving Squad CarThe man was in handcuffs, but somehow opened the police car's back door and jumped out.
I-70 Shutdown Leads to Charges Against Two ProtestorsMonday’s shutdown of Interstate 70 has led to charges against two protestors for their role in the shutdown.
Mizanskey Officially Paroled From Pot-Related Life SentenceBoth Mizanskey and his son were surprised the board turned a decision so quickly.
Man Shot After Driving at Police Gets 5 Years in PrisonA 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.
Two Guns Nabbed From Men In Line For Fair Saint LouisThe 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.
Jury Selection in Trial for Caged Child CaseJury selection is underway for the trial of two parents who are accused of keeping their 6-year-old autistic son in a makeshift cage.
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.''

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