Stevens Institute of Business and Arts
CLAYTON, MO–(KMOX)–St. Louis County Police are seeking to arrest 3,700 people on outstanding felony warrants — this coming to light after a wanted felon allegedly shot another man and then himself last week at a […]
Police Chief Sam Dotson says the city’s police department has been talking to colleges and K-12 schools about beefing up security.
Police chief Sam Dotson says the Kel-Tec 9 semi-automatic pistol had originally been legally purchased by a St. John resident.
Court documents allege that Johnson attempted to slash a cab driver’s throat with a box cutter as the driver drove down Interstate 70.
She says most of the students are excited about their classes in the fashion industry and are ready to take it to the next level and find work in their field.
Police say the shooter entered the Stevens Institute of Business and Arts in the 1500 block of Washington Ave. around 2 p.m.