Q&A: A look at the Death of Sandra Bland in Texas JailThe release of information from autopsy of a Chicago-area woman who died in a Texas jail has provided some answers in the case, with authorities saying she killed herself and had no injuries that were consistent with a homicide.
New Hallucinogenic Drug 'Flakka' May be in St. LouisThe synthetic stimulant is a cousin of bath salt and has led to violent episodes and suicides.
Kansas Gun Dealer to Pay Woman for Selling to FelonOwners of a southeast Kansas gun shop sued for selling a weapon that a man used to kill himself and his 8-year-old son have reached a $132,000 settlement with the child's mother, according to lawyers in the case
Wildwood Murder-Suicide Is Under InvestigationA murder-suicide is being investigated in Wildwood, Mo.
Police: Man Found Dead in School Killed HimselfPolice in the St. Louis suburb of Webster Groves say that a man found dead earlier this week inside an elementary school was a janitor who killed himself.
Singer-Bare Receives Soldier's Medal for Bravery at Fort HoodLori Singer-Bare was given the Soldier's Medal last month for her bravery at Fort Hood in April 2014.
Case Closed in Schweich Suicide InvestigationClayton Detective Lt. Don Bass tells KMOX News the department has finished looking at Schweich's office computer in Jefferson City, Missouri, and found nothing of evidentiary value.
Clayton Police Release Details of What Was in Schweich's Office ComputersSchweich died without a suicide note, and investigators say the search for a motive was the theme of their final search of two state-owned computers Schweich used in his St. Louis and Jefferson City offices.
Illinois Bill Aims at Preventing Suicides in College StudentsIt's not always obvious when a loved one is considering suicide. An Illinois Senate committee has signed onto something which may help.
Did Auditor's Prescriptions Play a Role in Suicide?Could the prescription medicines taken by the late Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich have played a role in his suicide?
Police: Missouri Auditor Had Talked of Suicide, Left No NoteFormer Missouri state Auditor Tom Schweich had talked for years of taking his life but left no suicide note when he fatally shot himself in February, investigators said Tuesday.
Clayton Police Expected Make Announcement About Schweich's SuicideUMSL Political Science professor Dave Robertson says Conservative Gubernatorial candidate Catherine Hanaway could be hurt if police announce it was negative campaign tactics that pushed Schweich over the edge.