Police Receive Training on LGBTQ Victims of ViolenceDuring the training session, officers learned about the history of the department’s relationship with the LGBTQ community.
Reality TV Show to Follow Police Detectives in St. Louis'The First 48' is based on the first two days of a homicide investigation.
St. Louis Murder Rate This Year May Tie, Surpass 2015Last year was the deadliest year in St. Louis in two decades.
New Bill to Protect Domestic Violence Victims from EvictionThe bill gained passage and is expected to be signed into law by Mayor Slay.
5 Worst Things About Josh Brown's Domestic Violence Abuse CaseAlmost worst than the physical acts of the former St. Louis Rams kicker, are what the NFL and Giants didn't do.
Chicago's Mayor Details Mentoring Plans in Crime SpeechMayor Rahm Emanuel highlighted a new $36 million public-private mentoring partnership that'll help over 7,000 youths over the next three years.
Violence-Interrupting Ministry Walks for a CauseNightLIFE is an outreach program that promotes street safety by walking and connecting with those they meet.
St. Louis Appoints First-Ever Resilience OfficerThe office is part of the 100 Resilient Cities effort, a program from the Rockefeller Foundation that helps cities worldwide plan for and deal with potentially damaging events.
Chicago Teen Featured In Anti-Violence Campaign ShotPolice say the shooting occurred while two groups were fighting down the street from the teenager's home.
Circuit Court Judge Proposes Plan to Handle Gun CrimesCircuit Court Judge Michael Mullen's plan will funnel most gun crime cases before three select judges.He says it will be faster but not necessarily tougher.
'Ferganistan' - New Book About Ferguson From Police PerspectiveJeff Roorda of the St. Louis Police Officers Association says he wanted to dispel some myths.
KC, St. Louis May Need New Plans to Lower Murder RateSt. Louis officials based part of their plan to lower its number of violent crimes off a Kansas City idea.