Man Sentenced to 60 Years in Business School ShootingA St. Louis man convicted in the shooting of a business college administrator is sentenced to 60 years in prison.
Man Admits Shooting Financial Aid Director at Stevens InstituteSean Johnson testified at his trial Tuesday, ignoring the advice of his attorney and telling the jury that he did it.
Thousands Wanted On Outstanding Warrants In St. LouisCity police say the average number of people arrested on state warrants, including felony and misdemeanor, is about 17 per day.
After SIBA Shooting, Fingers Point To 'Dismantled' Mental Health SystemFar more troubling than one man's mental instability are the words of St. Louis City Health Director Pam Walker.

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