Paul Hampel is a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Originally published October, 31, 1999
Police said the woman appeared to be mentally ill, and terrorism is not suspected.
The centers offered free daily lunches to persons over age 60.
Miller accepted free dirt valued at up to $1,600 from a landscaping firm that did business with city.
Sister of suspect says he cannot control his urges and needs treatment; prosecutors say he belongs in prison.
Keri L. Knight had been charged in January with obstructing the investigation into the actions of Edwardsville police Officer Brian Barker charged with burglary and arson.
Prosecutors said Charles J. Wilson III bit Swansea police officer Andrew Hewitt on the arm and kneed him in the groin.
He denied being HIV-positive but had been told he had the virus last year.
The towboat capsized on the Missouri side of the river Sunday evening near East Davis Street and Broadway in south St. Louis. Searchers found the sunken vessel on Monday in 50 feet of water.
The service at the Greater Mount Carmel Baptist Church marked the end of a week riddled with shootings in St. Louis.