The 63-year-old man accused of shooting at two people in a North County bar, has died, the man who attacked him, facing charges.
The shooting occurred late Friday night inside the Pirates Cove bar in Florissant. The Post-Dispatch reports that Edward Mueller of Florissant was disarmed and assaulted by Douglas Layman after the shooting. Mueller was taken to the hospital died from a heart attack.
Layman is the brother of the victims. Layman is charged with second degree murder and held on a quarter-million dollar bond.
ST. LOUIS (AP) - A Missouri chiropractic college has told its alumni association to stay away from campus as a feud between school leaders and graduates escalates.
Logan University in the St. Louis suburb of Chesterfield has forced its alumni organization off campus after the group raised questions about school finances and took a vote of no confidence in the school's board of trustees.
School officials did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Monday. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch first reported the school's move on Friday.
Dr. Alan Epstein, a past alumni association president, says the graduates' grievances include concerns over excessive presidential pay. Former school president George Goodman earned nearly $800,000 annually in salary and benefits and had three relatives on the university's payroll.
In the wake of a recent string of illnesses connected to tainted jerky treats for pets, the FDA is proposing new rules for companies that make dog and cat food.
Officials want companies to use the same methods when making animal food that keep human food safe. The goal is to minimize exposure with contaminants.
The proposed changes come amid reports of over 3,600 dogs becoming ill after eating jerky treats in the past six years.