How do you deal with holiday blues?
A car crash in south St. Louis leads to a homicide investigation. David Harmon, 30, was pronounced dead at an area hospital after crashing his car into another parked vehicle.
Emergency workers were called to the scene in the 4000 block of California Avenue shortly after 4:30 a.m. Saturday. When they arrived, they found the driver of the crashed car had gunshot wounds on his left side.
The police have not yet said if they have any suspects. The homicide division is investigating this case.
Anyone with information is urged to call CrimeStoppers at 1-866-371-8477.
Mapo's Holiday Shoutout giveaway
Spire Coat Giveaway today
Gabe Gore to deliver commencement address as MSU
Friday was a monumental day for Americans battling a rare but painful disease. The Food and Drug Administration has approved two new gene therapies for patients with sickle cell disease.
The St. Charles County Police Department is introducing a new aiming system for sidearms that officers carry to protect themselves and the public.
St. Louis classic rock radio station K-SHE 95 kicked off its weekend-long blood drive on Friday. Organizers are expecting more than 2,000 donors over the next few days.
Friday marks the deadline in Missouri for processing all non-violent marijuana-related misdemeanors and felonies.
Authorities have issued an “Endangered Person Advisory” in the search for a Florissant child reported missing on Friday.
The St. Louis Hills neighborhood is lit up with hundreds of strands of Christmas lights. This year, the Candy Cane Lane experience is expanding to even more St. Louis streets.
The St. Louis Board of Aldermen passed legislation Friday to give senior citizens a break on their property taxes.
An ATM heist mystery, seemed like the perfect crime until St. Charles Police came back with five suspects from Texas. The plot unraveled in a fascinating trail of crime-fighting technology.