New Charges Filed in Chain of Rocks MurdersThe Chain of Rocks murder case is headed to court once more, 25 years after sisters Julie and Robin Kerry were raped and thrown to their deaths in the Mississippi River.
No Charges Against Officers for Shooting of Kajieme PowellA 28-page report was released Tuesday afternoon by Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce's office, which says it conducted an independent review of the shooting.
Police Union: Circuit Attorney's Investigation Undermines PoliceJennifer Joyce disagreed with claims that she doesn't support local police and says she stands with anyone who wants to help witnesses come forward.
Circuit Attorney To Investigate Police Shooting Of TeenMansur Ball-Bey died from a single gunshot wound, an autopsy revealed
Police Chiefs Warn of Rise in Social Media Murders Killings coordinated on social media have the attention of major city police chiefs who met this week in Washington, D.C.
Stray Rescue Founder Pushes Forward Seeking 'Justice for Brownie'St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce should expect a visit from Stray Rescue's Randy Grim this week. He will demand what he calls, "Justice For Brownie."
Family Offers Reward to Solve Fatal Bike CrashA crowd of fifty cyclists gathered on a vacant lot at the scene to show their support.
Dotson Weighs in on Tuesday Protest, Obama decisionHe says it took officers away from hot spot policing duties.
Protesters Gather at Circuit Attorney's HomeAccording to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, six protesters were arrested.
No Charges Against St. Louis Police Officer In Shooting Death VonDerrit MyersThe St. Louis Circuit Attorney's Office announced they will not file charges against the St. Louis police officer involved in the shooting.
Judges' New Gun Docket Gives Out More Probation Than Prison Time"We arrest criminals and they say 'I'm not worried about it. I got paper. I got probation the first time, and I'll get paper the second time,'" complained a frustrated Police Chief Sam Dotson.
Highway Shootout Suspect on Probation for Earlier Gun CrimeSt. Louis Circuit Court Judge Margaret M. Neil may have played a role in this week's wild, weaving shootout on Interstate 44 - without ever intending to.