St. Louis Postal Worker Still MissingIt's been nearly one month since a St. Louis postal worker was last seen.
St. Louis Police Applications Down Leaving them UnderstaffedLieutenant Colonel Jerry Leyshock says staffing issues go deeper than finding the money to hire more police.
Police Receive Training on LGBTQ Victims of ViolenceDuring the training session, officers learned about the history of the department’s relationship with the LGBTQ community.
Homicide Detectives Staying Busy In St. LouisPolice report two killings in 12-hour span this weekend
Crime Rates Drop in St. Louis Despite Department UnderstaffingRates have dropped four percent in the latest year-end totals from the St. Louis Police Department.
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.
Stop and Frisk Debate Resonates in St. LouisPolice can use the tactic under certain conditions.
Sunday Brings Two New Homicide InvestigationsPolice say calls both came in during the 11 am hour.
Violence-Interrupting Ministry Walks for a CauseNightLIFE is an outreach program that promotes street safety by walking and connecting with those they meet.
Second Police Major Sues Police DepartmentAnother police major passed over for promotion is suing the St. Louis Police Department, alleging gender bias.
Being Prepared: Terrorism Response Training In St. LouisSaturday's hands-on event was one of the largest of its kind ever held in the city
St. Louis Police Shoot Man Who Shot At ThemDepartment spokeswoman says wounded person in stable condition

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