One jockey has been released from the hospital after a collision at Fairmount Park on Tuesday.
Robert Cummings was jockeying the Number 2 horse Shakkarena when they collided with another horse. Cummings suffered only bruises and was released from the hospital.
The other jockey, Rohan Singh, remains at St. Louis University Hospital with broken ribs and internal injuries--he is expected to be released early next week.
As for the horses, Singh's ride, She's on Her Way was not injured. Cummings' mount was not so lucky. Shakkarena had to be euthanized.
A third woman has come forward with accusations that a St. Louis County nurse's aide sexually assaulted her.
Patients at two separate nursing homes had already accused Walter Martinez of fondling them while he was bathing them. The first two alleged victims were residents at Chesterfield facilities. The third victim says Martinez raped her while she was at a nursing home in St. Louis County.
Martinez confessed to abusing two of the women to Odyssey Hospice, his then-employer. Police say he was a licensed social worker when the alleged abuse happened.
Martinez has been charged with two counts of deviate sexual assault, one count of forcible rape and another count of forcible sodomy.
The St. Louis County Police Department is asking anyone who needs to report an offense against Martinez to call them at 314-889-2341 or to call their local police department.
A threatening tweet is the reason behind a lockdown at a community college campus Wednesday.
Around 2:15 PM, school officials sent an email to students at the St. Louis Community College’s Meramec campus that said a student made a threat on twitter. The message expressed frustration over the financial aid process. The student turned herself in to the Kirkwood police.
Charges are pending against the student. The financial aid office reopened, but with an increased police presence.
Ferguson Police have arrested a 17-year-old high school student for bringing a gun to school.
Police say the boy was found with the loaded gun in his backpack at McCluer South High School. Another student alerted school officials to the weapon. School officials also say the student was suspended and could face expulsion.
It appears the gun was stolen.