Attorney General Sessions Coming to St. LouisHe plans to speak with federal, state and local law enforcement, his office says, "about efforts to combat violent crime and restore public safety."
No Criminal Charges Against Former Fox School Dist. SuperintendentThe U.S. Attorney's Office says it won't pursue criminal charges against former Fox School District superintendent Dianne Critchlow.
Police Capt. Remains Suspended Amid Federal InvestigationAdlerwoman Dionne Flowers calls Dotson's actions "ridiculous" and "suspect" for suspending Cousins without pay.
New Federal Prosecutor In Metro-EastJim Porter of Millstadt takes over for Stephen Wigginton, who resigned to go into private law practice
Spike in St. Louis Federal Gun Cases From Violence, Felons' RightsA U.S. Attorney says he receives 20 new gun cases every month, many of which usually wouldn't have gone past state courts.
Former Police Chief: National Anti-Police Trend is GrowingFitch says 15 of the 59 officers who were killed in the line of duty last year were ambushed - triple the number from the year before.
More Gun Cases Going Federal in St. LouisThe federal prosecutor in St. Louis comes to the rescue of state prosecutors frustrated with Missouri's gun laws.
Callahan: U.S. Attorney's First Priority 'Should be Public Corruption'As the Pine Lawn mayor fights back against federal extortion charges, the U.S. Attorney has a strong take on public corruption.
ACLU Files Suit For Release of Mueth Embezzlement DocumentsMueth was the county health department official who committed suicide amid suspicions he stole millions from county taxpayers.
Retired Missouri Officer Sentenced For Videotaping Teen The U.S. Attorney's office says 55-year-old Jack Van Matre was sentenced Thursday to 19 years and seven months in federal prison.
St. Louis Man Sentenced for Aiding TerroristsMohamud Abdi Yusuf, was sentenced to 140 months in prison on charges of providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization.
Bank Robbery Crew Grabbed Before Job According to the indictment from the U.S. Attorney's office, Ray Bassett, Willie Basset, Anthony McAllister and Otis McAllister, were planning to hit a branch of the Pulaski Bank on Friday, November 4, 2011.