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Michael Brown, 31, was found guilty Friday after he did not register with St. Louis County since 2012.
There's a growing trend in police departments nationwide, and it's making its way through the Midwest.
A St. Louis County police officer has been charged for allegations of assaulting a Metrolink patron this past April, according to St. Louis County Police Department.
A 13-year veteran of the St. Louis County Police Department is charged with felony assault after striking a MetroLink passenger on the hand with his expandable baton following an argument.
A St. Charles County attorney, who had been missing for months before being arrested in New York City, has pleaded guilty to multiple fraud charges.
Dignitaries celebrate the groundbreaking of the North County Transit Center. It's expected to open to the public next fall.
Everybody else in Missouri may want to become familiar with the "fast forward" button on their DVRs.
You know the drill: Crestwood Bowl is a bowling alley and institution, as well as one of those rare places where you can still smoke in St. Louis County.
New bids for the first phase of Wildwood's planned community park - which have, again, wound up totaling more than the city's estimated budget for the project - have led one City Council to insist a park playground be made a higher priority than a dog park there.
St. Louis, Mo. A 10-year-old boy was shot in his driveway while taking out trash in North County Wednesday night.
The city of Cottleville received a $7,000 Waste Reduction and Recycling Grant from the St. Louis-Jefferson Solid Waste Management District.
STL Co. going after Mueth estate for $3.4M St. Louis County has taken steps to get back millions of dollars embezzled by one of its top administrators.
A St. Louis County man who claimed to own land in southeast Missouri that he planned to sell to Wal-Mart has pleaded guilty to mail and wire fraud involving more than $1 million in improper loans.
St. Louis County Police has upgraded a person of interest to a suspect for homicide and arson in a Northwoods house fire earlier this month.
The collaborative now running the troubled Normandy School District in St. Louis County will hold a job fair as it seeks new teachers.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 06:21 pm
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