Another Burned Body Discovered in North St. LouisHomicide Lt. John Green says trash workers found the remains of a 20-something white male in an alley between the 5000 blocks of Union and Geraldine on Thursday morning.
Burned Human Remains Found in North St. Louis DumpsterAn autopsy is pending at the St. Louis morgue to find out more about the death of a person found burned beyond recognition in a dumpster near the Fairground Park neighborhood.
16-Year-Old, 14-Year-Old Shot in North St. LouisPolice say a 16-year-old boy was shot in the head just after 9 p.m. He was hospitalized in critical and unstable condition.
Missouri's No. 2 Football Recruit Ronnie Perkins Signs With OklahomaThe early national signing period began Wednesday, as three seniors at Lutheran North High School in north St. Louis, penned their letters of intent.
Shootout Between St. Louis Police, Suspected Carjacker in North CityThe first calls for "officer in need of aid" came through about 11:30 this morning.
4-Year-Old Shoots Himself in North St. LouisAnother child gets a hold of a gun and fires it -- this time, police say a 4-year-old from North St. Louis accidentially shot himself.
Child, 6, Shot in Head in North St. LouisA 6-year-old is in critical and unstable condition after being shot in the head in the 2100 block of North Adelaide in North St. Louis.
Mayor Gets an Earful from STL City ResidentsCity residents frustrated over trash filled alleys, high crime, lack of development.
Officer Injured After Being Dragged From Suspect VehicleReports of an officer injured this morning at 5800 Maffitt in north St. Louis.
UPDATED: Officer Shoots Suspect in North St. LouisOne suspect was shot but survived, and no officers were shot in the incident although one was hurt.
Man & Woman Shot in North St. Louis Drive-ByKevin Killeen reports from Barnes-Jewish Hospital that the shooting happened in the 5500 block of Martin Luther King Drive -- a man and woman in a car, and a 3-year-old with them.
North St. Louis Asbestos Cleanup Wraps Up Next WeekDeveloper Paul McKee, who owns the building that burned at 1849 Cass Ave., says the asbestos was in the roofing tiles and it's easy to spot if you know what you're looking for.

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