First City Homicide of 2017 ReportedThe city recorded 188 homicides in 2016, the same number as 2015.
Dotson: City Crimes Down 4 Percent in 2016Homicides in St. Louis last year equaled 2015, but Dotson expects most cities to show an uptick in crime in 2016.
Reality TV Show to Follow Police Detectives in St. Louis'The First 48' is based on the first two days of a homicide investigation.
Hundreds Gather for Vigil and March to Support Police OfficersThis comes after a series of recent attacks targeting law enforcement, including in St. Louis where a police sergeant was shot twice in the face Sunday night as he sat in his patrol car.
Johnson Foundation Delivers Thanksgiving Food BasketsVolunteers hit the neighborhoods, Saturday, for 24th straight year
Candidates React to Dotson's Resignation from Mayoral RaceDotson says he came to the decision while reflecting on the death of Officer Blake Snyder.
Dotson Announces He Won't Run for Mayor of St. LouisDotson was pressured by St. Louis aldermen, the mayor's office and former St. Louis police officials to not run for mayor and continue as St. Louis' police chief.
Retired SLMPD Sergeant Files Complaint on Dotson's Mayoral CandidacyWiegert acknowledges state law allows Dotson to run. Where he takes exception is section 7.005, Standards of Conduct-Related Political Activity.
Former Police Chief Voices Concern for Dotson's Mayoral RunWith crime ever-present, should St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson focus on stopping the killings over his bid for mayor?
Resolution Calls on Police Chief Dotson to ResignDotson calls the resolution "political."
Dotson Fights Back Against Critics in Mayoral RaceAlderman Joe Roddy's resolution says a chief distracted by politics won't be effective in curbing crime.
Resolution Would Seek St. Louis Chief's ResignationAlderman Joseph Roddy is expected to introduce a resolution Friday calling for Dotson to resign.

More From CBS St. Louis

KMOX Podcasts
High School Spotlight
As Heard On KMOX

Listen Live