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Weekly Safety Report: Shooting, Stabbing, Legal Controversy, and Robbery Shake St. Louis
This week in St. Louis, Missouri, several incidents occurred that raised concerns about safety in the city. A 42-year-old man was shot and killed in the Hyde Park neighborhood, while another man was stabbed in the head by his roommate during an argument. A judge barred the St. Louis Post-Dispatch from reporting on a mental health evaluation in a cop killing case, sparking controversy over free speech. Additionally, a woman was sentenced to 15 years in prison for an armed robbery and carjacking in St. Louis County. Lastly, two groups exchanged gunfire in the Jeff-Vander-Lou area, resulting in injuries.
St. Louis news | September 22 | 5 a.m. update | Dangerous inmate recaptured
The latest weather conditions and breaking news updates for St. Louis as of 5 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 22, 2023.
Weekly Safety Report: Assault and Shooting Incidents in Clayton, Missouri
Two incidents occurred in Clayton, Missouri this week. In the first incident, a prominent personal injury attorney was charged with felony assault for allegedly attacking a man who was with his estranged wife. The attorney waited for his wife to show up and then struck the man multiple times with a metal object. In the second incident, a former Velda City police officer pleaded guilty to shooting at a suspect after a traffic stop. He was sentenced to five years in prison, but the sentence can be suspended if he gives up his certification and refrains from working in law enforcement or corrections.
13 charged in St. Louis drug conspiracy
ST. LOUIS – Authorities arrested 13 people linked to a conspiracy to sell drugs including fentanyl and methamphetamine in the St. Louis area earlier this week. The U.S. Department of Justice reports the following suspects have been arrested and charged in federal court:. Stanley Harris, 49, of Los Angeles.
Officers no longer employed in aftermath of inmate escape from Mercy Hospital
Officers who were responsible for keeping inmate Tommy Boyd in custody have undergone an investigation by the Missouri Department of Correction and have since been fired.
A violent start to the weekend in St. Louis
A South City shooting claimed the life of a man. It happened before 5:30 Friday evening in the 22-hundred block of Keokuk. Police say when they arrived, the victim was not conscious or breathing. Homicide is handling the investigation
North St. Louis Five-Car Crash: One Dead and Multiple Injured
A woman died in a five-car crash on Friday afternoon in north St. Louis, and several others were injured. The crash occurred near North Broadway and Humboldt Avenue. A speeding driver is said to be the cause.
QuikTrip sells $50,000 winning Powerball ticket in St. Louis
ST. LOUIS – A winning Powerball ticket worth $50,000 was sold at QuikTrip, located at 702 Lemay Ferry Road in St. Louis. The ticket matched four of the five white-ball numbers drawn, in addition to the Powerball, during the drawing on September 16. The winning numbers for that draw...
St. Louis man charged for touching himself in a Hazelwood park
HAZELWOOD, Mo. (KMOV) - On Thursday, a man was arrested for touching himself on a slide in a Hazelwood park. Hazelwood Police arrested James Hurley after he was spotted with his pants around his ankles, touching himself in Howdershell Park. Detective Sgt. Brendan Gilbert says Hurley was let out on...
Tons of fish left to rot at shuttered seafood market in Missouri; locals complain of ‘disgusting’ stench
Some residents living near the shuttered Seafood City supermarket in University City, Missouri, recently began noticing a pungent odor permeating the air — an odor stemming from the thousands of pounds of fish that were left behind to rot when the market closed in March.
On this day in 1927
St. Louis native Josephine Baker became the first Black woman to star in a major motion picture. She played the lead role of Papitou in the French silent film, “Siren of the Tropics,” who, like Baker, found her true calling as a performer. The film’s success led to...
No One Answered 911, So St. Louis Moms Swung Into Action [VIDEO]
They helped apprehend an alleged hit-and-run driver hiding in a Dumpster
Behind Seafood City’s Awful Stench in St. Louis: A Florida GOP Politician?
Bowen Kou was president of the store that left 8,000 pounds of seafood to rot — and Bowen Kou is running for office in Florida
'Speed is definitely a problem up here': Police said driver who ran red light caused 5-car crash that left a woman dead
ST. LOUIS — In mid-afternoon, a long line of drivers were brought to a sudden halt after a deadly multi-car crash in north St. Louis. "I saw several cars going really slow," driver Jacob Hicks said. Hicks and his wife got stuck in the traffic jam near the intersection...
Weekly Safety Report: Man Sentenced for Homicide, DWI Arrest, and Domestic Assault in St. Louis County, Missouri
This week in St. Louis County, Missouri, there were three incidents of concern. A Woodson Terrace man was sentenced to 22 years in prison for killing a man after a funeral in North City. An Eureka woman was arrested for alleged DWI after being stopped for driving with an expired license plate. Lastly, an Eureka man was charged with domestic assault for allegedly choking a woman at an apartment complex.
Missouri Eatery Named The Best French Restaurant In The State
24/7 Wall St. found the best French restaurants around the country serving incredible, authentic dishes.
Glenn Zimmerman’s 2023 long-range fall weather outlook
Over the last three years, we entered fall with the same La Niña pattern. It has meant some dry time for us, and a delay in the onset of the deeper fall chill.
Break-in at ‘Price Chopper’ store in north St. Louis City
Police are investigating a burglary at the 'Price Chopper' on the 2700 block of Goodfellow in north St. Louis.
Fire forces family, pets to flee Green Park home
ST. LOUIS — A fire at a home in Green Park was under investigation Thursday night. A family and two dogs escaped the fire on the 11000 block of Patsy Drive in Green Park. Green Park is in south St. Louis County. No one was injured. The fire happened...
Youth crime prevention initiative in St. Louis
Here's how a local community is preventing youth crime. The initiative helps get young men off the streets and into something productive and fun.