A St. Louis man charged with murdering Parkway High School senior Carieal Doss almost three years ago, recently had the charges against him dismissed. This week the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office dropped the case against Levi Henning, admitting they didn’t have enough evidence.
A number of local companies claimed they were not being fully paid for the work they did for a billionaire developer in Augusta. Now, the list of local companies who said they were slighted out of tens of thousands of dollars has grown.
A St. Louis judge let a woman seen on surveillance video shooting at teenagers outside a downtown school remain on bond even though she admitted in court to cutting off her ankle monitor and throwing it away.
The sister of a woman attacked outside a Central West End grocery store said she is scared for her and her sister’s safety after the February 23 incident. The man who allegedly attacked her is a convicted murderer who was out on parole.
Amid growing questions about how cases are being handled at the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office, a woman fears her sexual assault case slipped through the cracks letting her accused attacker off the hook.
The downtown St. Louis crash that caused 17-year-old Janae Edmondson to lose both her legs is putting heightened attention on bond policies. The driver that caused the crash, Daniel Riley, was out on bond awaiting trial for a violent felony charge.
The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office claimed it tried to revoke bond three times from Daniel Riley, who violated his bond conditions more than 100 times before causing a crash Downtown that critically injured a teenage girl.
Another suspect in a 2020 armed robbery that involved Daniel Riley, who is accused of hitting a teen with his car, causing her legs to be amputated, had his case dismissed after prosecutors mistakenly thought the victim died
On celebrities and in social media, when it comes to beauty trends, eyebrows are having their day in the sun but to achieve the look, or even to have any eyebrows at all, more people are turning to tattoos.
A Missouri concrete contractor has been working under the radar for years and taking on new jobs despite a trail of lawsuits, a police investigation, and court orders to pay back tens of thousands of dollars.
Parents of a 6-year-old boy who drowned at a summer camp run by St. Louis County believe their son’s death could have been prevented and are now pushing for Missouri to require licensing for camp programs.
Police records uncovered by News 4 Investigates did not show the escape of a 16-year-old from a juvenile detention center, who police sources confirmed to News 4 spent weeks on the run before being recaptured in connection to the murder of a St. Louis father.
Back in January of this year, prosecutors say she was driving the wrong way down I-44 when she hit another car. Vickie and Ryan Wilson were out picking up their anniversary dinner when they were hit. Vickie was killed and Ryan was severely injured.