Reginald Clemons Admits Taking Part in Chain of Rocks Bridge MurdersReginald Clemons, who at one time was sentenced to death for the crime - and got his conviction overturned - is now pleading guilty in exchange for life in prison.
Judge: State Prosecutors to Handle Clemons RetrialA judge agreed with St. Louis' prosecutor Jennifer Joyce to appoint the Missouri Attorney General's Office as a special prosecutor.
Crime Victims Do Not Have to Produce Personal InformationMissouri's Appellate Court on Tuesday said 22nd Circuit Judge Michael Mullen exceeded his jurisdiction and authority by requiring prosecutors turn over personal information.
Accidental Shootings Of Children Could Rise In MissouriTop prosecutor in St. Louis is worried about new state law and potential for more deaths
Judge Rules Against St. Louis Prosecutor in Disclosure CaseA judge has ordered St. Louis' city prosecutor to disclose names and addresses of victims and witnesses to defendants.
KMOX Profiles: Jennifer JoyceSt. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce didn't want to be a prosecutor, until she underwent a career epiphany. This year, she announced she would not return to the Circuit Attorney's office, and would instead travel the country in an RV with her husband.
St. Louis New Circuit Attorney Changes National TrendIn 2015, 95 percent of elected prosecutors in the U.S. were white, but St. Louis has just elected Kim Gardner.
New St. Louis Circuit Attorney Promises ReformSays she won because of public support, not George Soros' money.
St. Louis Police Pay $4.7 Million for 44 SettlementsTwo of the cases involving six-figure settlements were never reviewed by the city prosecutor's office and there are no plans to do so.
Fighting to Lower Drug Overdose DeathsTwo bills before city board of aldermen address wave of drug overdoses.
Local Reaction to Justice Scalia's DeathUMSL political science professor predicts huge political fight over Supreme Court replacement
New Charges Filed in Chain of Rocks MurdersThe Chain of Rocks murder case is headed to court once more, 25 years after sisters Julie and Robin Kerry were raped and thrown to their deaths in the Mississippi River.

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