Man Gets Nearly 3 Years In Prison For Stealing Identities38-year-old Olusola Luke pleaded guilty in October to conspiracy to steal government funds.
St. Louis Man Accused of Terror Threats Gets Five YearsA former journalist from St. Louis who terrorized his ex-girlfriend and then made bomb threats in her name to Jewish groups is sentenced to five years in prison.
Two Years After Release, Mizanskey Still Fighting For Pot ReformBut even if legalized, says he may never be able to use marijuana again.
Jail Official Sentenced To Prison After Denying Medical Care To Dying Diabetic InmateA former Oklahoma jail administrator was sentenced to more than four years in federal prison after the 2013 death of a diabetic inmate that the official allegedly accused of faking an illness.
St. Louis Man Gets 30 Years for RobberyA north St. Louis man draws a 30-year sentenced in federal prison in connection with a pair of convenience store hold-ups in 2010.
Cancer Faker Goes to PrisonA Metro East woman who accepted hundreds of dollars in donations after falsely claiming to have cancer is going to prison.
Krewson: Industrial AC Units To Arrive At Overheated Workhouse MondayCity will need to cut budget somewhere else to cover $40,000/month rental fee.
UPDATE: OJ Simpson Paroled, He Will Be Released in OctoberOne of the sports memorabilia dealers in the robbery that put O.J. Simpson in prison has told a Nevada parole board that the former sports star apologized to him and he accepted it.
OJ Simpson Has A Lot Going For Him At Parole Hearing This WeekThe Hall of Fame running back will reach his minimum 9-year prison sentence this October and could be released if this Thursday's parole hearing goes well.
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.