Babysitter Gets Probation in Infant's Shaking DeathThirty-six-year-old Jennifer Winkler of Eureka also was sentenced Monday to 500 hours of community serves and was banned from caring for children other than her own.
Toddler Denied A Kidney Transplant Because Of Dad's Criminal History Rushed To ERA.J. Burgess was brought back to Emory University Hospital on October 29, the same facility that has postponed the toddler's surgery while the hospital reviews the father's criminal history.
SLU Med School Placed On ProbationSLU Medical School dean Kevin Behrens says the school takes ownership of the issues, and emphasizes it remains accredited in the meantime.
Officer-Involved Shooting On VirginiaSt. Louis police wound suspect who allegedly rammed patrol car and pointed gun at them
Arrest Made In St. Louis Kidnapping CaseTyrone Butler is accused of taking 12-year-old girl to abandoned house and assaulting her.
Missouri Judge Suspended Over Dispute With Public DefendersThe court suspended Judge Christina Kunza Mennemeyer without pay for six months starting Feb. 1.
Man Gets Probation for Killing 13-Year-Old Who Broke Into His CarA St. Louis man has been sentenced to three years of probation for being a felon in possession of the gun he used to kill a 13-year-old boy who was trying to steal from his car.
Woman Enters Plea in Deadly Missouri Wrong-Way CrashKelli Smith entered an Alford plea Monday to a reduced charge of careless and imprudent driving after her earlier involuntary manslaughter conviction was overturned.
Emojis Taken as Threat Lead to Probation for Peoria ManTwenty-one-year-old Brian C. Tyler pleaded guilty to one count of attempted aggravated intimidation and was sentenced Thursday.
NCAA Accepts Missouri's Sanctions, Adds Year of ProbationThe NCAA infractions committee panel's findings over what it said were roughly $11,400 in improper inducements and benefits given to players and a recruit by two boosters were released Tuesday.
NCAA Adds Probation to Mizzou Basketball's Self-Imposed PunishmentsThe violations included a booster giving student athletes housing, cash, transportation, access to a local gym, iPads and meals.
Man Who Robbed Bank for Health Care Gets Lenient SentenceA 77-year-old man who said he robbed a Branson bank to get access to health care has been sentenced to two years in federal prison.