Jennifer S. Mann
Jennifer S. Mann is a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
A 1988 law to ease the prison cost burden on taxpayers may take away money that could have helped ex-convicts re-establish their lives after release.
Scott Knopfel, 50, of St. Louis, was shot in the chest and face during a robbery at the hotel, at Hampton Avenue and Interstate 44.
The lawsuit, first filed in 2000, claimed that light cigarette packages promised lower tar and nicotine but their contents were made from the same tobacco as regular cigarettes, and those cigarettes were in fact more dangerous for consumers.
Night manager Scott Knopfel, 50, had already opened the cash drawer when he was killed by a robber at the Drury Inn & Suites hotel on Hampton Avenue and Interstate 44 just before 3 a.m. on Jan. 15, 2015.
Obama joins St. Louis in honoring educator, volunteer and perennial mistress of ceremonies.
A judge in Cole County struck down much of the law on Monday, agreeing with cities that it unfairly targeted St. Louis County and violated Missouri constitution
St. Louis County municipalities cannot be singled out, ruling says.
Affluence of community can play just a large a role as race in determining a person's municipal court experience.
Melissa Davis, who recently changed her mind about the long-ago identification of Rodney Lincoln, tells it to a judge.
Alfred Goodman, 58, a retired ironworker from Waterloo, suffered fatal head and neck injuries wind gusts of up to 50 mph toppled the enclosure beside Kilroy’s Sports Bar at 720 South Seventh Street during an April 28, 2012, storm.