From the outside, the Futos appeared to be a normal family. But to those close to the inner circle, they were anything but. And the story of what went on behind closed doors laid the groundwork for a horrific crime.
You drive into Fredericktown from the north and you are struck by its beauty. Nestled in the northeastern foothills of the St. Francois mountains, the first sight you see is God's Country Cowboy Church. With just over 3,000 residents, this was Norman Rockwell's small town America.Until it wa…
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- The cartridges sit in neat rows, perfectly spaced to fill every inch of three wooden shelving units. Each one represents hours, days, sometimes weeks of someone’s childhood; a wall of history stretching back to 1985, acquired and preserved through discipline and diligence.
There have always been questions about the night Emory Futo killed his family. After 30 years, he shared what really happened that night, why he did it, and what he's been living with ever since.
The death of a St. Louis man remains unsolved decades later as local detectives and the FBI still haven't decoded cryptic notes found in Ricky McCormick's pocket.
For children in foster care who have had almost nothing of their own their entire lives, something as simple as a personalized quilt can carry tremendous significance.
To her friends, she was known by her middle name, Michele. And life did not begin easy, as she had life saving surgery just three days after birth. But then what a child she became.
Saxtown in 1874 was a tiny, close-knit collection of families trying to survive by farming the land in the midst of an economic depression.
Dennis Reynolds' car was found in a snow banked ditch, doors locked, windows broken, jacket left inside. Everything was there ... except Reynolds. He vanished from the face of the earth, never to be seen again. The Litchfield Police Department declared him missing. Days, weeks, and months pa…
Mawda Altayan is thankful for all the help the American people have offered her after all of the struggles her family endured. Settled into a secure livelihood, Altayan felt it was time to offer something back to the community that helped her stand on her feet.
It’s 4 a.m. in Jupiter, Fla. Roads are empty, everything in the waking world is closed and the searing Florida sun is still over the horizon. But in apartments across from the Roger Dean Stadium complex, the Cardinal catchers are readying for work.