Houston Man Sentenced After Missouri Drug DealA Houston man has been sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for his role in cocaine during a St. Louis transaction.
Cairo Man Get Life in Prison for Bank Robbery, StabbingA southern Illinois man will spend the rest of his life in prison for fatally stabbing two bank workers and critically wounding a third during a botched robbery.
Man Accused of Impersonating Purple Heart RecipientA St. Louis man who once impersonated a federal officer to get a lover to lend him money, is back in legal trouble over a Purple Heart recipient impersonation.
Chelsea Manning Released After Obama Clemency DecisionPvt. Chelsea Manning is due to be released from a Kansas military prison after serving seven years of her 35 year sentence
Missouri Man Admits Widespread Counterfeit SchemeA southern Missouri man was sentenced to 2.5 years in prison without parole for a counterfeiting $100 bills that he used at businesses across the country.
Lawmakers Approve Transfer of Historic Missouri Prison SiteThe bill allows the transfer, sale or conveyance of nearly 32 acres of old prison grounds near the Capitol.
Mo. Postal Worker Charged in Drug SchemeA former Kansas City, Missouri, postal carrier has been ordered to spend three years in federal prison for her role in distributing PCP.
Belleville Man Pleads Guilty in 2014 DWI DeathA Belleville man pleads guilty to a New Year's Eve 2014 drunk driving crash at Jefferson and Chouteau that killed a St. Louis man and injured a passenger.
UPDATE: Ex-NFL Star Aaron Hernandez Commits Suicide in PrisonAt the White House event in the afternoon, President Donald Trump congratulated the Super Bowl champions but made no mention of Hernandez.
Armored Car Robbers SentencedLast year's hold-up of an armored car loaded with cash turned out to be an inside job.
Blagojevich Lawyers, Again, Appeal for Shorter SentenceBlagojevich's attorneys say his good behavior since entering prison in 2012 justifies a reduced sentence.
Criminal Justice Ministry Says Lost Funding Will Cost Taxpayers MoreCriminal Justice Ministry lost the $150 thousand it gets from the state, but executive director Anthony D'Agnostino says they actually save taxpayers far more than that.