"Every day we come in and we've got a plan. But then it rains three inches somewhere overnight where it wasn't expected, and the plan changes," an ag transportation manager said.
Deonte Taylor, 36, allegedly removed a 7-year-old male student from class and took him to another room where he engaged the boy in oral sex in 2015. Three years later, Taylor was charged with hiring a hitman to try to silence the alleged victim and his family.
Ebony Roby charged with first-degree child endangerment following incident on Missouri interstate.
Almost half of women had to choose between eating or buying sanitary care products.
Some of the officers shared messages that expressed excitement about beating up protesters.
"She just threw the book at me."
“He doesn't understand why his friends were fighting him," one mother, Nicole Merseal, told reporters.
The 20-year-old was buying a meal at Jack in the Box when tragedy struck.
Kenyetta McKinney, 22, of St. Louis, was busted by cops on Friday for child kidnapping, the theft of a car and armed criminal action among other charges, according to her arrest warrant from circuit court.
“The fact that these students, all of whom are African-American, were scared and humiliated is unacceptable to us,” Washington University said.
The couple was initially told they could not purchase a money order "because people like you are doing fraud."
"I’ve been hanging out getting ready to ram a hot poker up David Hogg’s ass tomorrow," Allman wrote on Twitter.
The case against Greitens stems from his admission in January that he had an extramarital affair with his hairdresser.
Last year, the city saw its highest homicide count since 1994, and it is recovering from months of protests after a police officer was acquitted in a fatal shooting.
Demonstrators were reportedly pepper sprayed and kettled.
Mysterious perpetrators placed the signs on businesses late Tuesday night.
A police officer in St. Louis posted a meme on Facebook, and is under investigation by the department.
The World Jewish Congress says it demanded that Twitter blacklist the hashtag, which recalled the gas chambers used to kill Jews during the Holocaust.
The Smith family's lawyer says the city of St. Louis withheld evidence it had since 2012.