Man Pleads Guilty to Making Online Threats Toward MizzouSentencing is set for June 16.
St. Louis Judge Gives 60-Year Sentence for Gun PossessionThis comes just after the circuit court launched a new plan to funnel most gun crime cases before three select judges.
Chicago Court Rules, Somali Pirate Can't Withdraw Pleahe movie ``Captain Phillips,'' starring Tom Hanks, depicts Abduwali Abdukhadir Muse and his crew hijacking a ship in 2009.
Mozeliak on Astros Hacking: "This Too Shall Pass"Mozeliak says he can't comment on the legal aspect of the case, but he's noticed the club's reputation taking a hit.
Former Cardinals Scouting Director Admits Hacking Astros Computer SystemChris Correa, of St. Louis, entered a guilty plea to five counts of unauthorized access of a protected computer, says federal prosecutor Ken Magidson in Houston.
High School Booster Club Ex-Treasurer Stole, Gambled $10KShe made withdrawals to gamble at a casino and make other personal expenditures.
Q&A: The Latest Developments in the Dennis Hastert CaseFormer House Speaker Dennis Hastert pleaded guilty Wednesday in his hush-money case a move that sealed the downfall of a politician who rose from obscurity in rural Illinois to the third-highest office in the nation.
Student Accused of Hate Crime Pleads Guilty to Lesser ChargeA University of Missouri student accused of a hate crime has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor.
3 STL County Residents Suspected of Supporting TerroristsTwo of the local suspects allegedly coordinated shipments of money and military supplies through an overseas intermediary.
More Legislators Back a Renewed Death Penalty in IllinoisSome state legislators believe a heftier penalty should be set for killers of children or law enforcement.
Man Pleads Guilty to Cyberattack of STL County Police Assoc. WebsiteAn FBI investigation showed a Twitter account for the group "RGB Black Rebels" was solely operated and held by Justin Payne.
Contract Worker Admits Destroying Some Military RecordsA contract worker for a national military records repository in St. Louis has admitted in federal court that he mutilated or destroyed dozens of the records.

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