Eyewitness: Suspect 'Pulled Out A Gun And Started Shooting At Police'The suspect in the shooting ran from the scene and has barricaded himself in a home in the area, which is currently surrounded by police officers.
Backstoppers Continue Mission by Helping Families of Injured Officers at Guns n' HosesWeeks and even months of training go on display next Wednesday night when the 31st Guns-n-Hoses tournament takes place at Scottrade Center.
St. Charles Council Approves Resolution Honoring Police Work During ProtestCouncilman Joe Brazil says this isn't a shot at the city of St. Louis, which recently rejected a resolution honoring its police department for its work.
Vigil Held For Person Fatally Shot By St. Louis PoliceSupporters say Kenny "Kiwi" Herring, identified as "male" by police, preferred "trans woman" label.
BREAKING: Police Chief Belmar Announces Investigation Into MetroLink ClaimsPolice Chief John Belmar has announced there will be investigations into the claims that officers serving as MetroLink security did not fulfill their duties.
City Starts Pushing Tax Hike For Police RaisesThe measure would provide city officers with a estimated $10,000 increase in total annual compensation.
House Proposal Calls for Fewer DUI CheckpointsFewer DUI checkpoints could be coming to Missouri roads.
Tip a Cop At Illinois Texas Roadhouse For A Free LunchOn July 27 or 28, patrons can enjoy a pulled pork sandwich, steak fries, fresh baked bread with honey cinnamon butter and a non-alcoholic beverage free of charge.
Police Union Calls for Political Action from OfficersMore frustration in the St. Louis Police Union over the the size of their raises and how many officers could be leaving for better paying jobs.
Project HURT Offers Support to Injured OfficersPolice officers shot or otherwise injured on the job locally have a new resource to turn to.
Roorda: 'Fear Of A Exodus of Officers To Other Departments Is Real' Police Union Business Manager Jeff Roorda says the fear of a mass exodus of officers to other departments is real.
City Hall Struggles to Close Police Pay GapSt. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson scrambling to find $20 million dollars to fill the police pay gap as dozens of officers plan to leave for better paying jobs in the county.

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