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Trussville Police arrest man on sodomy charge after Cub Scout event

TRUSSVILLE, Ala. (WIAT) — Trussville Police have arrested a man on a Sodomy 1st Degree charge after an incident that reportedly occurred at a Cub Scout event, according to a release from the department. 58 more words

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Jason Quate, Wife, Face New Charges in St. Clair County

BELLEVILLE (KMOX) — New charges have been filed in Illinois in the case of a little girl’s body found in a Centreville garage.

Jason Quate and wife Elizabeth, who’s also reportedly a victim of sex crimes at Jason’s hand, now face concealment of a homicidal death charges in St. 202 more words


Man Accused in Daughter's Death Says She Died Accidentally

ST. LOUIS (AP) (UPDATED 10:03 a.m., Friday) – A man under investigation after his daughter’s body was found in an Illinois garage said in a jailhouse interview that she choked to death accidentally, and his wife found the place to hide the body. 574 more words


Major Construction Site Theft Ring Busted

CLAYTON, Mo. (KMOX) – Area contractors are breathing a sigh of relief after St. Louis County police arrested four men they say are responsible for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of items from homes either under construction or renovation over the last three years. 269 more words


Bi-State Board OKs MetroLink Policing Plan

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Another step has been taken in the effort to make MetroLink safer.

The Bi-State Development Agency Board of Directors, in an emergency meeting Friday morning, unanimously approved a Memorandum of Understanding with St. 173 more words


MetroLink Train Hit By Gunfire In Fairview Heights

ST. CLAIR COUNTY, Ill. (KMOX)(UPDATED 1:45 p.m.) A MetroLink train was fired upon as it passed through Fairview Heights Tuesday night.

It happened about 10:40 p.m., as the train was leaving the Washington Park station eastbound toward the Fairview Heights station. 181 more words


State-funded 'Meals on Wheels'-type programs running low on money

PELL CITY, Ala. (WIAT) — Local programs that serve the elderly across Alabama are running low on money.

Agencies, like the Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging, or M4A, are forced to put homebound senior citizens in need on long wait lists. 217 more words

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