Family Reaches Out to Police Departments Worldwide For SupportThe family of the Ballwin officer that was shot during a traffic stop last week, is doing something very special for him.
Missouri Supreme Court Reverses Officer's $7.5 Million AwardThe court threw out a $7.5 million judgment to a former St. Louis police officer who claimed her supervisor sexually harassed her, and that her complaints about the harassment resulted in retaliation.
2 Arrested After Shots Fired at Ferguson Police Officer Charges are filed after a suspect fired shots at a police car during a high speed chase that went from Ferguson, to Affton, and back up to north St. Louis.
$1M Bond Set for Former St. Louis Officer Accused of MurderA St. Louis judge set the bail amount Tuesday for Jason Stockley, who previously had been ordered held without bond.
Tapes: Peterson Planned Celebration After Hit on ProsecutorPeterson is heard saying he hoped to get "some booze'' to "celebrate that night.''
Former STL Officer Charged in 2011 Shooting DeathSt. Louis police and U.S. Marshals have arrested 35-year-old Jason Stockley, of Houson, Monday at his home on Chevy Chase Drive.
Ex-Policeman Accused of Assaulting Missouri ClerkCourt documents say that while Stone was on duty on Nov. 17, he went behind the clerk's counter at a Phillips 66 gas station and slapped a woman working there on the buttocks.
Police Chief Forced to Reinstate Lieutenant Accused of RacismPatrick Hayes reportedly used racially charged language during roll call and ordered officers to closely monitor black people in areas of south county.
Olive Garden Apologizes to Kansas City Police OfficerThe president of the Olive Garden restaurant chain has apologized to a Kansas City police officer after a restaurant employee asked the officer to leave because he was armed.
More Legislators Back a Renewed Death Penalty in IllinoisSome state legislators believe a heftier penalty should be set for killers of children or law enforcement.
Senator Wants to Bring Back Capital Punishment to IllinoisState Senator Bill Haine says he is going to file a bill to reinstate the death penalty for those who kill a police officer or who commit multiple murders.
Court Report Raises Conflict-of-Interest Concern in Ferguson A report from the Missouri Supreme Court highlights several potential conflicts of interest among Ferguson's court staff, prosecutor and police.