Public Feedback Sought For Future Of Old Jamestown Mall Site

Public Feedback Sought For Future Of Old Jamestown Mall Site

St. Louis County, MO  (KTRS)  The public is being asked to weigh in on the future of the old Jamestown Mall site. St. Louis County held an Informational Open House at Christian Northeast Hospital on Monday to allow residents to present ideas on how they would like to see the once vibrant north county mall…

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St. Louis Murder Count Surpasses Last Year’s After Violent Weekend

St. Louis Murder Count Surpasses Last Year’s After Violent Weekend

St. Louis, MO  (KTRS)  The St. Louis murder count has surpassed last year’s after violent holiday weekend. Police responded to multiple shootings over the weekend, including the city’s 191st murder of the year. That happened early Sunday night, when a woman was fatally shot in the 6300 of Sherry in north St. Louis. The victim’s name…

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Governor Greitens Focus On Opioid Crackdown With Board Appointments

Governor Greitens Focus On Opioid Crackdown With Board Appointments

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Gov. Eric Greitens has made his first appointment to the state’s medical licensing board as his administration works to get a database that can identify problem prescribers off the ground. Dr. Katherine Mathews will start working on the licensing board immediately and then have an official confirmation hearing in the…

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St. Charles Woman Who Reported Home Invasion Now Charged With Murder

St. Charles Woman Who Reported Home Invasion Now Charged With Murder

St. Charles, MO  (KTRS)  A St. Charles woman who reporting fatally shooting a man during a home invasion is now facing murder charges. Thirty-one-year-old Karen E. Reisinger is charges with first-degree murder in the shooting death of 26-year-old Carlton Eugene Ford Jr. Police say Reisinger claims Ford broke into her apartment in the 400 block of San…

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Missouri Rape Kit Audit Set To Be Done In Early 2018

Missouri Rape Kit Audit Set To Be Done In Early 2018

By SUMMER BALLENTINE, Associated Press JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Attorney General’s Office says it hopes to determine by early next year how many untested rape kits are on shelves in Missouri, a first step in an effort to improve the state’s response to sexual assault. Attorney General Josh Hawley’s Deputy Chief of Staff,…

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