Sauget Police Chief Patrick Delaney tells KMOX News that when the woman pulled to a gate, a security guard saw what appeared to be a credential or badge and allowed her to enter.
Prison psychiatrist calls 27-year-old Nikko Jenkins “one of the most dangerous people” he had ever evaluated.
A western Missouri woman is suing a pawn shop that sold her mentally ill daughter a gun that she used to fatally shoot her father.
Almost all health insurance policies are now required to cover mental illness care under the Affordable Care Act.
The recent decision by the governor to reopen the abandoned state penitentiary for tours has reminded me of my own time behind the walls decades ago.
Twenty-nine-year-old Daniel J. Happ of Carpentersville was sentenced Tuesday in Kane County court. He pleaded guilty but mentally ill.
KMOX-AM Sports Reporter Kevin Wheeler joins us for our weekly NFL Recap. This weekend was Wildcard Weekend in the NFL as multiple teams battled it out for a chance to continue down the road to […]
Actor Joe Pantoliano joins us to talk about his new book “Asylum” which chronicles his journey with mental illness. Pick up your copy today from your local bookstore. Musician Louis Prima Jr. stopped by to […]
Dean Cantu, says it’s a disservice to leave out Mrs. Lincoln’s struggles with mental illness.