Police Union to Possibly File Suit Against STL Police DepartmentThe police union is looking to possibly file a lawsuit against the St. Louis Police Department, because of their decision to promote 19 officers. The officers will be pulled from street duty and place them in desk positions.
DOTSON: Police Will Stand Ready All WeekendSt. Louis Police are preparing for possible trouble on the streets after an autopsy shows the man shot and killed by police earlier this week was shot in the back.
SLMPD Holds 29th Annual Police Memorial BreakfastThe St. Louis Police Department held their 29th Annual Police Memorial Breakfast at the America's Center on Friday.
Former SLMPD HR Director Charged with Rape and MolestationFormer Human Resources Director for the St. Louis Police Department is charged with rape and child molestation.
Charges Against Woman in Police-Involved ShootingJennifer Morgan-Tyra is charged with 2nd Degree Assault on a Law Enforcement Officer and Armed Criminal Action.
UPDATED: Baby Found Unharmed in St. Louis Shooting Victim's CarAuthorities say the 24-year-old Ricky Robinson of the St. Louis suburb of Florissant died at the scene of the Sunday night shooting. He had been wounded in the chest, abdomen, torso and extremities.
Man Pulls Gun on Police While Toddler Sits in Back SeatA loaded AR-15 assault rifle was also reportedly next to the toddler.
St. Louis Police Ask State Troopers to Help Walk the Beat DowntownKMOX News has learned St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson is in talks with the Highway Patrol to put state troopers on foot patrol downtown.
Protestors Gather Outside St. Louis Police HeadquartersProtestors are shutting down Olive in front of the St. Louis Police Department Headquarters. KMOX's Jessica Machetta was on the scene.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Kids Shop With PoliceSt. Louis city officers help children buy Christmas gifts.
Transfer Ordered For Cop Who Wore "Wilson" PatchSt. Louis police chief explains the action he took after Friday's protest detail
Ferguson Commission Meets Tonight in Shaw NeighborhoodThe public is invited to discuss police relations in St. Louis city and county with the newly formed, governor-appointed Ferguson Commission.