EDWARDSVILLE - A Pontoon Beach man charged with residential burglary was among several theft-related felony charges filed Thursday by the Madison County State's Attorney's Office. James M. Feldman, 41, of Pontoon Beach, was charged June 23 with two counts of residential burglary, both Class 1 felonies.
EDWARDSVILLE - A Collinsville man was charged Thursday with multiple weapons- and drug-related charges by the Madison County State's Attorney's Office. Darren K. Irby, 49, of Collinsville, was charged June 23 with armed violence, unlawful possession of cannabis with intent to deliver, and two counts of unlawful possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, all Class X felonies; unlawful possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, a Class 1 felony; two counts of unlawful possession of weapons by a felon, both Class 2 felonies; unlawful residency of a child sex offender, a Class 4 felony; and resisting a peace officer, a Class A misdemeanor.
ST. LOUIS — Those for and against the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade gathered outside Missouri’s only Planned Parenthood in the Central West End on Friday morning. Both groups arrived just hours after the decision was made. In Missouri, abortion is now illegal in...
Chesterfield’s newest “roadside” burger stand will be a popular destination if the massive crowd that showed up on its opening day is any indication. A line of cars wrapped around the corner and a large swath of people gathered outside Shake Shack’s newest St. Louis location, at 17312 Chesterfield Airport Road in Chesterfield Commons, before the doors even opened at 11 a.m. on Friday, June 24.
BOONE COUNTY − A former fraternity member charged with felony hazing in the Danny Santulli case left the courtroom in handcuffs Friday afternoon. Thomas Shultz, of Chesterfield, was indicted by a grand jury on June 17 with hazing charges of life endangerment and supplying liquor to a minor or intoxicated person.
A 35-year-old St. Louis woman was arrested after she reportedly was found riding a motorcycle that had been reported stolen in Arnold. The woman was pulled over because the stolen 2007 Honda CBR did not have a license plate, Arnold Police reported. The officer saw the motorcycle at about 10:50...
On a winding road just off Interstate 64 in southern Illinois, past a Holiday Inn, an antiques mall and a TGI Fridays, the squat brick Planned Parenthood clinic is a window onto a post-Roe v. Wade America. Thousands are expected to travel there after Roe was struck down.
Entering his third season with the Buffalo Bills, defensive AJ Epenesa is ready to have some fun. “It’s been a weird two years,” Epenesa said. “Having that confidence, having my body where it needs to be and having the defense down to where I know everything and don’t doubt myself within it … it will help me play that much faster and smoother to where you don’t have to think about stuff and can just go out and play and have fun.”
ST. LOUIS — Gary Stoff has been the Republican Director of the St. Louis City Board of Election Commissioners for 20 years and says he hasn’t ever seen his office have to keep up with the pace of St. Louis politics quite like this. Five aldermanic leaders have...
UPDATE: Here’s the Cubs lineup following Jonathan Villar’s DFA:. The Cubs and Cardinals are kicking off a three-game series tonight in St. Louis. Kyle Hendricks is on the mound for Chicago, while the rookie Andre Pallante takes the bump for St. Louis. Here’s a look at David Ross’ lineup for the opener.
CAHOKIA - The St. Louis Downtown Airport is experiencing a trend continuing into this year with flight operations escalating and a new project to bring hundreds of high-tech jobs. This project will support more than 450 high-tech aerospace manufacturing jobs by improving production safety, reliability and efficiency, improving airport businesses and increasing global competitiveness for Southwest Illinois, as well as the entire state. The project has been in the works for several years and construction is expected to begin later this year.
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ST. LOUIS – The Cardinal Glennon Sun Run returns to Forest Park this fall. The annual 5K race and one-mile walk helps raise funds for children in the St. Louis community. This year’s run will be held Sunday, Oct. 16. Runners will register for the race and then...
It was 1980 when St. Louis had its first Gay and Lesbian Pride Celebration. From there, the celebrations have grown and changed.
ALTON - Join 5As Alton Area Animal Aid Association at Woodlands Golf Club & Banquet Facility to help the no-kill, nonprofit shelter raise money to care for animals in need of loving homes. Now that people can gather together, 5As is putting on its "Putts for Paws" Golf Tournament with an 8 a.m. shotgun start, Saturday, July 23, at the Woodlands Golf Club, 2839 Harris Lane, in Alton. All proceeds will go directly to the care of the animals at 5As. The deadline to enter is July 9.
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EDUrain CEO and St. Louis native Bryon Pierson Jr., and co-founder and developer Eli Front, raised $120,000 for a start-up business over the last two years. Pierson said he wanted to build an organization that combines social impact with a sustainable business model. After struggling to manage his college expenses,...
A St. Louis County man convicted of killing a 94-year-old woman, whom he provided care for, was sentenced Friday to life in prison.
ST. LOUIS — A corrections officer was hurt in an attack at the St. Louis City Justice Center Friday morning, police said. Police said two inmates had a "homemade sharp object" and assaulted a corrections officer. The officer was injured on his face and was taken to the hospital...