Missouri Governor Signs Change to Expert Witness VettingA move he touted as a way to boost the economy by improving the legal climate for businesses in the state.
Police: Man Shot in the Head Found Next to Crashed VehicleThe victim was transported to a St. Louis hospital and is in grave condition, Fairview Heights Police say.
UPDATE: Teen Girl Killed While Sitting Inside CarToni Stevenson was a sophomore at Northwest Academy of Law High School, and on her way home from a basketball game.
How Mobile Video Is Changing The Way We Witness CrimeIn theory, such videos should make it easier to hold criminals, including police officers who violate the law, accountable.
Missouri Says Reporter Doesn't Have Right To See ExecutionsThe state, in a court filing last week, also said that it has legal immunity from lawsuits such as Buzzfeed News reporter Christopher McDaniel's case filed in August against George Lombardi, overseer of Missouri's prison system.
Mother Masterminds Murder Conspiracy to Free SonCircuit Attorney says the case shows the need to block out some information on police reports
Circuit Attorney Warns of Rise in Witness TamperingThe city prosecutor is fighting a judge's order to turn over the names and addresses of witnesses in 172 criminal cases to the public defender.
Lawyers for Ball-Bey's Family Dispute Police AccountA 14-year-old who was with Ball-Bey says they were unarmed.
Stray Rescue Founder Wants Justice for BrownieAdrienne Martin was accused of setting Brownie on fire in July 2013. His burns were so bad, he had to be euthanized.
St. Louis Police Train Civilians to Observe and Report"What we are looking for is a complete non-confrontational program," Johnson says. "We just want people to observe and report crimes."
Three St. Louis Men Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murder-for-HireThe victim, 36-year-old Angie Young, was shot and killed execution-style - 11 bullets through a window - as she sat behind the wheel of her car in a White Castle parking lot.
Officer Darren Wilson Due to Testify in 10 Felony CasesProsecutor Bob McCulloch says five of the cases will be dismissed.