Alton Man Gets 40-Year Sentence for Sexual AssaultJames A. Steele, 49, was convicted by a Madison County jury on April 14,2016, of two counts of predatory criminal sexual assault of a Child in 2012.
Killer of Wash U Student Sentenced 3 to 6 YearsPhillip Cise was charged with homicide by vehicle for killing Gabby Renveni with his car in 2012.
Illinois High School Athletics Required to Allow Students with DisabilitiesIllinois High School's swimming, and track and field teams are required to allow disabled students to participate.
Meth Lab Seizures Down in 2012It was the second straight year of decline, but experts said it could just be a blip and it's too early to tell if there's a trend to explain the drop.
St. Louis Zoo Sets Attendance Record in 2012Records show 3,519,926 people visited the St. Louis zoo in 2012.
Dotson: St. Louis Crime Drops 12.4% In 2012Special month-long hot spot initiative led to 68% decrease in violent crime, police chief says.
Missouri Red Light Camera 2012 Highlight ReelAmerican Traffic Solutions, Inc. (ATS) one of the leading providers of red light cameras in the state of Missouri put together a little 2012 highlight reel.
2012 Was Record Warm Year in St. LouisThe National Weather Service said Tuesday that 2012 was the warmest year on record in St. Louis and Columbia, and was among the warmest in other Missouri communities.
2012 Was 10th Driest Year in Illinois HistoryState climatologist Jim Angel says the timing of the drought, and the heat, were brutal on the crops.
Kansas City's Homicide Rate Drops in 2012The city recorded 108 homicides last year, six fewer than 2011 but two more than in 2010.
Cardinals Hot Stove League Show: Bengie Molina & A Look Back at 2012In this edition, Kevin Wheeler & Mike Claiborne talk with the Cards' newest coach Bengie Molina plus have on Rene Knott of KSDK Sports and look back to some of the best from 2012.
Opinion: Republicans Finally Admitting To Voter Suppression EffortsIt is not news when Republicans try to block access to the ballot box for poor, minority and elderly voters. What is unusual is that Republicans are admitting it.

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