Joseph Bowens, the man charged with killing Drury Inn and Suites night manager Scott Knopfel, was sentenced to five years in prison in April 2010. So, why was he out on the street and able to kill?
Jennifer Joyce announces new attempt to reduce unlawful gun ownership.
Charlie Brennan – January 8 – Vicki Barker from Paris; STL Circuit Att’y Jennifer Joyce; Hancock & Kelley on MO Legislative Session; Court TV’s Steven Brill; and Jane Butel on Chili Madness
Charlie and Debbie talk with CBS News Correspondent in Paris, Vicki Barker; Charlie talks with STL Circuit Att’y Jennifer Joyce about 10 year mandatory sentences for gun crimes; with John Hancock and Michael Kelley about the new MO legislative session; with Court TV’s Steven Brill about our broken healthcare system; and with “Chili Madness” Author Jane Butel about her ultimate chili recipe.
The St. Louis city prosecutor is now reviewing the Oct. 8 fatal police shooting of Vonderrit Myers Jr. in the Shaw neighborhood, after a police investigation found the shooting was “justified.”
The St. Louis city prosecutor says police are close to apprehending the fourth suspect in the weekend hammer attack in the Bevo neighborhood.
UMSL Criminologists Dave Klinger and Rick Rosenfeld join us in studio to discuss crime stats.
Hundreds in the Bosnian community in South St. Louis gathered and marched Monday night, in part to remember Begic, as well as to condemn violence in the community.
Prosecutor Jennifer Joyce will be at city police headquarters after the Ferguson grand jury decision is announced, setting up an “express lane” for prosecutors to handle paperwork.
With a St. Louis County grand jury poised to render its decision in the Ferguson case, the St. Louis city prosecutor is defending the integrity of the process.
Facing allegations of nepotism, longtime St. Louis City Recorder of Deeds resigns.