St Louis Dispatch Local News
St. Louis County government war rages as council calls for federal, state investigations into Northwest Plaza deal
The council says it will consider voiding the lease, saying County Executive Steve Stenger has been enriched by $365,000 in donations from the Glarners to his campaign. Stenger says the council's actions are political.
Jun 20 2:34AM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Mississippi murder suspect found dead of self-inflicted shot after standoff in St. Louis, authorities say
U.S. marshals were attempting to serve an arrest warrant when they heard gunshots.
Jun 20 1:58AM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Federal gun prosecutions double in St. Louis in an effort to target violent crime
Federal prosecutors have filed twice as many gun cases as this time last year, part of an initiative targeting murder and other violent crimes.
Jun 20 1:40AM St Louis DIspatch Local News

South County woman, 70, believed to be first heat-related death of a sweltering season
Woman was found dead in her house by a family member a day after calling a repair company to look at her air conditioning.
Jun 20 1:10AM St Louis DIspatch Local News

After offering ride to woman, man is robbed and shot in St. Louis
The victim offered a woman a ride, but was soon attacked by two men.
Jun 20 1:05AM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Man with rape conviction who skirted sex offender registry tries to rape girl in Webster Groves, charges say
Marlowe Scruggs is charged with attempted statutory rape, child molestation and failing to register as a sex offender.
Jun 20 12:50AM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Messenger: When it comes to immigration policy in America, the wisdom of Solomon escapes us, still
Trump Administration's cruel policy of separating children from their immigrant parents, sadly, isn't that new.
Jun 20 12:45AM St Louis DIspatch Local News

In immigration debate, the cries of children may force at least a small resolution
The vexing immigration debate gets new, and tiny, voices.
Jun 19 10:40PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Glendale aldermen OK permit for expanded school parking lot
The added 64 spaces are needed due to almost 70 percent enrollment growth at North Glendale Elementary School over the last decade, proponents and the school district say. But several opponents spoke out against the plan.
Jun 19 9:30PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Protesters march for bail reform in St. Louis
Attendees of the Presbyterian Church (USA) General Assembly joined march.
Jun 19 9:00PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

East St. Louis man guilty of murder for second time in 15 years
Antonio Williams has two murder convictions within 15 years
Jun 19 6:15PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

St. Louis man gets life for 2015 drug murders
Three people were fatally shot and one was wounded in 2015.
Jun 19 6:15PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Former police officer in Kinloch, Wellston and Hillsdale admits disability fraud
Police department employee falsely claimed to be disabled and working only part time.
Jun 19 5:00PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

2 shot while stopped at red light outside St. Louis police headquarters
Man was in critical condition after being shot in back; woman suffered graze wound.
Jun 19 4:22PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Historic St. Louis 'bear' stamps could draw more than $100,000 at auction
Two envelopes with locally printed stamps to go on block in October
Jun 19 12:45PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

60 years ago: A summer of Hope in St. Louis
In June of 1958, St. Louis was smitten with Bob Hope - and vice versa.
Jun 19 12:35PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

From the Charleston to Oh! Calcutta: 19 iconic photos that were taken on June 19
Each day we offer a curated collection of some of the best AP images that were taken from that day.
Jun 19 12:30PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Primate facility near Festus offers to give up chimps to settle PETA lawsuit over conditions
Festus chimp facility offers to settle a PETA lawsuit by sending primates to wildlife sanctuaries.
Jun 18 11:45PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Man charged in downtown St. Louis carjacking that left party bus owner in ICU
Maplewood man used pepper spray on two women, stole a truck and then hit two witnesses, charges say.
Jun 18 10:20PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Prosecutors drop felony theft charge against ex-St. Louis County police lieutenant
Norman Campbell had been accused of doing private security work on department time.
Jun 18 10:15PM St Louis DIspatch Local News