Was Friday’s St. Louis Post-Dispatch story on former Missouri House Speaker John Diehl and a past affair with a Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon staffer newsworthy, and should it have included the name of a possible victim of sexual assault?
A police report says former Missouri House Speaker John Diehl acknowledged having an affair with a former aide to Gov. Jay Nixon.
A Montana woman says the FBI interviewed her about her allegations that her brother had a sexual relationship with Dennis Hastert, the high school wrestling coach who became speaker of the House.
Jefferson City police announced at a news conference that Jackson left behind a suicide note, but they have not revealed its content or themes.
Dr. Michael Lim, co-director for comprehensive cardiovascular care at SLU, says “the heart does need sex.”
St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger wouldn’t elaborate, but wasn’t cold to the idea either.
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While Dellwood has not been shielded from looting and vandalism, mayor Reggie Jones tells KMOX’s Hancock and Kelly he feels his city’s proactive move to contract with St. Louis County police months ago was a good one.
Two teenagers are charged with killing a father who disapproved of their relationship.
Mark Reynolds could receive life prison term.