Urban Killings Rise in Clusters, Even as Cities Grow SaferSlayings in Chicago, St. Louis and Indianapolis are becoming concentrated into small areas where people are dying at a pace not seen in years, if ever. Around them, much of the rest of the city is growing more peaceful, even as the total number of homicides rises.
Crown Candy Kitchen Owner: Business Down; Blames Crime, Min. Wage HikeAndy Karandzieff of Crown Candy Kitchen - a guest this morning on the Charlie Brennan Show - says business is down this summer. Why?
Mayor Slay Reflects on 16 Years in OfficeAfter 16 years in office, St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay is reflecting on the city's progress and setbacks in crime.
4 Found Dead During Violent Day in St. LouisFour people were found dead, two were wounded in north St. Louis City.
Thieves Targeting Idling Cars in St. LouisPolice say owners of idling cars can get a ticket.
Police Ask Public's Help Finding Car Connected to KillingWhite over gray Lexus may be connected to Dec. 8 shooting death.
STL Police Search for Suspects Who Stole From Woman in CarSt. Louis police have released surveillance photos of two suspects who stole a cellphone, money and a laptop from a woman in her car Saturday afternoon.
Study: 40 Percent of Gun Cases in Circuit Attorney's Office DroppedA study finds most suspects arrested for gun charges in the city of St. Louis never go to prison because of a loophole in state gun laws or the kindness of judges.
Four in Custody: Possible Suspects in Movie Theatre ShootingThe Major Case Squad has four suspects in custody after going to a home in Spanish Lake to investigate the murder of Ned Booker.
Central West End Residents Witness Return CriminalsJim Whyte, of the Central West End Neighborhood Security Initiative, says he could give example after example of what they're up against.
St. Louis Judges Live in Neighborhoods Beyond the Blood and BulletsThey decide who goes to prison and who goes back on the street - then, many St. Louis circuit court judges drive home to some of the safest neighborhoods in the city.
St. Louis Mayor, Police Chief Struggle for Solutions After Night of Killings"Life has changed in the St. Louis region, and I think, throughout the entire country since Ferguson," Slay says. "What's happened here has been horrendous."