St. Louis Man Arrested For Stealing Guns From Police VehiclesPollard is accused of smashing out windows to get into a pair of county squad cars and taking two guns from each.
Police: Man Stabbed Boyfriend With Hypodermic NeedlesTwo police officers were accidentally struck by needles while arresting the suspect, 38-year-old Brian Smith. He is charged with domestic assault, kidnapping and resisting arrest.
Former County Police Chief Running for County CouncilTim Fitch tells KMOX he was inspired by a tweet from former St. Louis Alderman Antonio French during the Ferguson unrest.
16-Year-Old in Custody After Car Stolen With Baby InsideThe thief drove about a block before leaving the baby on the front porch of a house, then drove off.
Area Doctor Accused of Fondling PatientsA local pain management doctor is accused of fondling two clients, and police fear there could be more victims out there.
Alleged Drunk Driver Hits Squad CarSt. Louis County police officer injured. John Simpson charged with Class E felony
UPDATE: Police Shooting Suspect in CustodyThe male officer shot is 44, with eight years of experience on the force. The female officer is 25, with three years of experience.
17-Year-Old Charged With 2nd-Degree Murder in High-Speed Chase, Fatal CrashDarian Cummings, 17, of St. Louis faces several charges, including second-degree murder.
Suspect in Fatal Police Shooting Won't Face Death PenaltyProsecutors say they will not seek a death sentence if Forster is convicted in the shooting death of 33-year-old officer Blake Snyder.
Antidote Saving Fewer in St. Louis Amid Stronger DrugsAccording to the St. Louis County Medical Examiner's Office, nearly 90 percent of 121 overdose deaths through July 2017 involved fentanyl.
Attempted Carjacking Puts Hazelwood School on LockdownAn attempted carjacking on the parking lot of Hazelwood Southeast Middle School this morning put the school on lockdown.
Police: Man Stole Wallet From Woman Who Donated To FundraiserA woman who donated to the cause left her wallet behind after completing her transaction.