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Still no suspects after a 14-year-old was shot outside a North County home last night.
Police say they were called to a home near Lilac and 270 around 10:30 last night. There was a large party taking place at the house. Witnesses said the teen was shot outside the house, but there was no information on who the shooter was.
Police also say they do not know the motive for the attack. The victim is expected to survive.
There is now and interim president of the Missouri History Museum. Bob Cox will guide the institution until the full-time president is named.
Cox spent 46 years working for Emerson, most recently in the rold of Senior Vice President of Administration. He is on the boards of KidSmart, the United Way, and the Boy Scouts of America and a trustee at Webster and Drury Universities.
His contract with the museum runs through the end of this year.
PEORIA, Ill. (AP) - A jury has found a 34-year-old man guilty of first-degree murder in the beating deaths of five of his ex-wife's relatives in central Illinois.
The verdict in the trial of Christopher Harris was announced Friday.
In sometimes tearful testimony, Harris admitted to killing 14-year-old Dillen Constant. But Harris said he did so only after the teenager bashed the rest of his family to death at their home in Beason in September 2009.
Harris was also accused in the deaths of Dillen's mother, Ruth Gee; his stepfather, Rick Gee; his 16-year-old sister, Justina Constant; and 11-year-old stepbrother Austin Gee.
Harris' brother, Jason Harris, testified that Christopher Harris told him he killed all five victims after a night of drinking and drug use.
Chesterfield Police have filed charges against a woman who crashed her vehicle into the emergency doors at St. Luke's Hospital early this (Friday) morning.
17-year-old Yahontas Moore of St. Louis has been charged with driving while intoxicated. She backed into the emergency room doors and crashed into the same parked car twice.
The Monarch Fire Protection District reported that Moore had come to St. Luke's because one of the occupants in the vehicle needed medical attention.