Daniel Sanders, 19, pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder on Monday in Boone County Circuit Court, almost four months after Columbia police found his mother’s dead body in the trunk of the car he was driving.
The former chief of staff for Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder admitted to using an online dating service despite a ban on personal Internet use following his pornography conviction.
Letters sent by the man convicted of killing and beheading the 3-year-old girl known for years as "Precious Doe" reveal him trying to convince his wife to reject plea agreements and change her story.
The injury was not life-threatening, and the man was taken by ambulance to University Hospital for treatment.
The company, which owns the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Cubs has $13 billion in debt.
Eric Feltner, the former chief of staff for Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, violated a probation condition that prohibited him from personal Internet use.
Due to reduced demand for its products, the Holcim cement plant, located about 50 miles south of St. Louis, will close next year and leave 180 people without work.
A couple driving around Kansas City looking at Christmas lights originally thought the glow coming from a particular house was holiday decorations. When they realized the house was actually on fire, the man jumped out and helped the family — trapped inside the house — to safety.
Parents can pay Anchor Communications in St. Charles to have Santa send text messages to their children that say things like "Ur on the good list."