St. Louis, Missouri is a bustling city with plenty of newsworthy events occurring on a daily basis. From homicides to kidnappings, to economic justice initiatives, the city is constantly in the news. In this article, we'll take a look at some of the most recent breaking news stories from St.
Louis, Missouri. Jarrell Anderson, 23, is now in custody and facing serious charges for the murder of 23-year-old Turyan Austell. Anderson is accused of killing Austell early Tuesday morning on a MetroLink train that stopped at the Jackie Joyner-Kersee Center station in East St. Louis. Investigators believe it was not a chance encounter. On Friday, a former police captain was accused of harassing a fellow officer in court.
At the same time, the St. Louis Art Place Initiative (API) is accepting applications through August 18 for its next round of affordable housing in the Gravois Park neighborhood. Artists of all media are encouraged to apply. In an effort to promote positive messages and demonstrate the ongoing momentum around economic justice, FOX 2 and News 11 have partnered with the St. Louis Development Corporation (SLDC) in a new monthly segment called “Positively St.
Louis”.Only 8 people are working to intervene in violent situations as the city attracts new contractors. An arrest has been made for the shooting death Tuesday on a Metrolink train in East St. Louis. Police have identified the suspect in Sunday's kidnapping and sexual assault case. A thieving mother who hit a Menard worker who was going to jail with her car. Reaction to the approval by the United States Senate of compensation for suffering caused by radioactive waste. There are thousands of emergency calls in St.
Louis, but there are hundreds of unmanned agents in the city. Some say that the lack of personnel endangers not only the lives of police officers, but also those of citizens. Soldiers from Louisiana State Police L Troop call for help after two men from Bay St. Louis were killed when a Ford F-250 occupied by Chandler Garcia crashed into them just before 4 in the morning. A doctor, owner of several urgent care centers in St. Louis, and his office manager were arrested by the FBI on Thursday and charged with health care fraud. Two suspects were reportedly shot by a landlord in South City after breaking into a garage early Thursday morning.
The landlady was able to hit one of them with her gun before being shot in the hand.