A mug shot of Michael Johnson, 22, provided by St. Charles Police.

More Charges May Be Filed in Lindenwood HIV Case

St. Charles County Prosecutor Tim Lohmar says one of the possible victims stopped cooperating and two of the other men’s HIV tests have come back negative.


A mug shot of Michael Johnson, 22, provided by St. Charles Police.

4 More Alleged Victims Come Forward in Lindenwood HIV Case

St. Charles Detective Sergeant Todd Wilson said that as of noon on Friday, four people have come to police,saying they had a sexual relationship with 22-year-old Michael L. Johnson.


A mug shot of Michael Johnson, 22, provided by St. Charles Police.

Lindenwood Student Charged With Spreading HIV

Michael “Tiger” Johnson, 22, of St. Charles was charged Thursday with “recklessly risking infection of another when infected with HIV,” a class A felony.


David Mangum entered a not guilty plea Thursday after being charged with recklessly infecting another with HIV.  (photo credit: police handout)

Man Charged with Spreading HIV Claims 300 Partners

In Missouri sentences for such crimes are among the nation’s harshest carries up to life in prison.



Cahokia Teacher’s Aide Charged With Sexual Assault, Transmission of HIV

Cahokia Superintendent Art Ryan said Mario Hunt frequently helped with prom and homecoming events and that all of the kids like him.


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Man Accused of Potentially Exposing Police to HIV

42-year-old David Williamson is charged with exposing another person to HIV infection for an incident that happened last May in St. Louis County.


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Illinois Doctors Ask for Medical Marijuana Legalization

Nearly 250 physicians are calling on Illinois lawmakers to legalize the use of marijuana for patients with serious illnesses.


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Illinois Could Repeal AIDS Notification Requirement For Schools

The “universal precaution,” as defined by the Illinois Department of Public Health, is to simply assume everybody could carry a blood-borne illness.


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Study: Bee Venom Can Kill HIV

Researchers have found a new way to combat HIV – bee venom.



Health Department Warns of HIV-Positive Prostitute

The person may have left town, Health Director Pam Walker says, but she says it’s another reason to stay away from prostitutes in the city.