Crowdfunded Gun Buyback Program Set To Launch in St. LouisFor every $100 donated, one gun will be bought.
St. Louis Woman Turns Herself In After Deadly I-55 IncidentPolice say the driver, 31-year-old Eileen Young, was fighting with her boyfriend in the back seat and threatened to crash the car - then drove from the right shoulder directly into the median.
Suspect in Florida Doctor's Death Violates Federal Probation One of two Missouri men charged with killing a southwest Florida doctor will serve six months in federal prison for a probation violation in an unrelated gun case.
SCOTUS Considers Appeal Before Missouri Execution for Rape, MurderNunley and a co-defendant were accused of kidnapping Ann Harrison as she waited for a school bus in Kansas City, then raping and killing the girl in 1989.
Creve Coeur Man Among St. Louis' Latest Murder VictimsPolice say narcotics were involved in both cases.
'The Grim Reality': Documentary About Black-on-Black Crime"I don't see very much independent, especially black, media touching on the subject of extreme violence in black St. Louis," says filmmaker Terrence Strong, director of "The Grim Reality."
After 2 Nights of Tension, a Peaceful Protest in FergusonTuesday night's crowd of around 100 demonstrators was mostly calm and peaceful.
U.S. Cases Where Kids Are Accused of Killing KidsIn Missouri, a 15-year-old girl plead guilty in the 2009 death of a young neighbor, she wrote about it in her diary.
Trial This Week for Man Accused of Killing Wife, SonA southeast Missouri man accused of killing his wife and son goes on trial this week.
USDA: Many Factors Considered Amid Animal Disease OutbreaksMissouri was one of three states who had to kill mass quantities of birds due to bird flu earlier this year.
1 Day Down - Billboard Sit-In to Stop St. Louis Killings Has BegunDaniel 'Boone' Fuller woke up atop a billboard in North St. Louis on Friday morning to good news - one day down with no murders.
Living on a Billboard to Stop Killing in St. LouisThe owner of a billboard company is vowing to live on the ledge of one of his billboards in north St. Louis until the city goes seven days without a murder.