Thirty detectives worked the case full time. They interviewed more than 100 people. They tracked down more than 1,000 leads, but came up empty. Nearly 150 evidentiary items were labeled.
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There was one thing the killer did leave behind: the 18-month-old little boy, alone, in the dark, with his bloodied mother and her unborn child.
The U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan wasn't an end to those left behind; it was a beginning to a new, all familiar round of chaos, tragedy and oppression.
The summer surge of new coronavirus cases led primarily by the Delta variant is putting a strain on Missouri hospitals - as beds fill up faster than before, reaching new record highs.
A year ago today, Missouri Governor Mike Parson came to St. Louis to announce the state's first confirmed coronavirus case; a now-21-year-old West County woman.
Monday marks six months since the first COVID-19 case was announced in St. Louis County. Since then, more than 95,500 Missourians have been infected with coronavirus.
After seeing a decrease in reported COVID-19 deaths in June and July, Missouri saw 304 deaths in August, an increase of 83% from July.
As of Sunday, patients in their 20s accounted for 19.73% of total cases in Missouri, marking the age group with the highest percentage of cases.
A "Stay Strong St. Louis" sign can be seen on both ends of the Stifle Theater in downtown St. Louis on Market Street.