Chicago Billboard Campaign Targets Human TraffickingA new advertising campaign aims to reduce human trafficking in Illinois and help victims reach out for help.
Missouri Adds Advertising of Victims to Sex Trafficking Crime BillSupporters of bill 1562 hope that new measures will encourage more victims to come forward.
Australian Spreads Awareness Of Human TraffickingFuzz Kitto says it's a $158 billion global industry that targets primarily poor young females
Dojo Pizza Owner Accused of Producing Child PornDojo Pizza on Morgan Ford was raided in late October, computers were seized and never returned.
Pizzeria, Karate Studio Owner Fights Human Trafficking SuspicionThe pizzeria/karate studio was shut down four months ago, but the owner says the community is on his side.
Mizzou, Wash U Work on Human Trafficking Map of St. LouisWashington University psychiatry professor Rumi Price says resource providers and law enforcement are relying on instinct and experience to find victims because there isn't much hard data available.
Reunited Mother, Daughter Seeking Court RecordsA woman who recently reunited with her 49-year-old daughter filed a petition Monday seeking court files and adoption records that might shed light on what exactly happened in 1965 at Homer G. Phillips Hospital in St. Louis, where the mother says she was told her newborn baby was dead.
Drug Dealers Switching to Human TraffickingHuman trafficking is on the rise, and St. Louis County Police think they know why.
Christ Church Cathedral Issues World Series Challenge to Boston ChurchThe cathedral from the losing city will donate to a charity in the winning city which combats human trafficking.
Missouri Attorney General Calls on Congress to Fight ProstitutionMissouri Attorney General Chris Koster is part of a coalition urging Congress to update a law to help fight sex trafficking and prostitution.
Religious Group Battles Human TraffickingThe Millenium hotel will sign a code of conduct to identify human trafficking.
Missouri Cracks Down on Human Trafficking, Bill Goes to GovernorThe bill would give victims a minimum $100,000 award and further assistance through the Department of Public Safety.