Former National Security Advisory Flynn Will Plead GuiltyFormer National Security Adviser Michael Flynn will plead guilty to making false statements to the FBI in the special prosecutor's Russia investigation.
Protesters Wait for Guilty Verdict in Stockley TrialDozens of demonstrators gathered outside the courthouse downtown saying they believe the evidence demands a guilty verdict.
Chesterfield Man Pleads Guilty to Embezzling From EmployerAccording to court documents, Ramon "Trey" Luina, 42, wrote checks from CMS to himself to pay for things like construction of his lake house, private vehicles, and credit card payments.
UPDATE: OJ Simpson Paroled, He Will Be Released in OctoberOne of the sports memorabilia dealers in the robbery that put O.J. Simpson in prison has told a Nevada parole board that the former sports star apologized to him and he accepted it.
5 Plead Guilty in $4.3 Million Kansas City-Area Meth RingFederal prosecutors say the men distributed the drugs through Jackson, Clay, Ray, Clinton and Buchanan counties.
Three Plead Guilty to Smuggling 620,000 Cartons of CigarettesThe cigarettes were sold mostly on American Indian reservations, costing the state of New York more than $8 million in lost revenue.
Man Accused of Impersonating Purple Heart RecipientA St. Louis man who once impersonated a federal officer to get a lover to lend him money, is back in legal trouble over a Purple Heart recipient impersonation.
California Woman Pleads Guilty in K2 Scheme in MissouriMore than 2,000 packages of K2 were mailed to customers in Missouri.
UPDATE: Ex-NFL Star Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide in PrisonAt the White House event in the afternoon, President Donald Trump congratulated the Super Bowl champions but made no mention of Hernandez.
Belleville Man Gets 18 Years in PrisonA Belleville man has been sentenced to 18 years in prison, for his role in a drug-related murder in Alton.
St. Louis Jury Finds Woman Guilty of Poisoning SonRachel Kinsella,36, of Meadville Missouri reportedly brought her son to the hospital for treatments on a weekly basis.
University City Councilman Convicted of Misdemeanor AssaultHe was accused of pushing resident Bart Stewart at a meeting on March 22, 2016.