Four Homeless People Hurt in Hammer AttackOne victim in critical unstable condition. They were attacked while sleeping in a vacant building
Top STL Officers' Assoc. Official: Union Will Not Back Sales Tax IncreaseBusiness Manager Jeff Roorda says they can't support the measure, until Mayor Lyda Krewson guarantees the officers will get what they're being promised.
Man Dead in Officer-Involved ShootingOne man is dead, another is still on the loose after a car chase ended with an officer-involved shooting in north St. Louis.
Barnes-Jewish Employee Carjacked in Broad DaylightA Barnes-Jewish hospital employee was the victim of an armed robbery in broad daylight Wednesday afternoon at the Duncan Central Garage.
SLMPD Officer Injured in CrashAuthorities couldn't give details on what call he was responding to.
'Bloodbath:' Survey Predicts Mass STL City Police Exodus"If we go that many officers short, it's going to be a bloodbath," St. Louis Police Officers Association Business Manager Jeff Roorda says.
Aldermen Vote to Put Sales Tax Increase for Police on BallotIn addition to covering pay raises, the bill provides the required matching raises for firefighters, plus more funding for the circuit attorney's office.
18 Arrests - A Crackdown on Prostitution in South St. LouisUndercover police posing as prostitutes -- and as customers -- make 18 arrests this week along South Broadway in St. Louis.
St. Louis Police Patrol Metrolink Station After ShootingCommuters waiting to catch their bus there say they see drug dealing and drug use there all the time.
Seven Killed in Weekend ViolenceSt. Louis homicide detectives are investigating a seventh homicide in less than 48 hours.
Aldermen Debate Tax Increase for Police, Firefighter SalariesThe proposed sales tax hike would raise about $12 million a year.
Race was a Factor, Says Officer's AttorneyAn off-duty black St. Louis police officer's race factored into him being mistakenly shot by a white officer who didn't recognize him during a shootout with black suspects this week, the wounded officer's lawyer contends.