Sixteen Public Safety Officers, Two Civilians Honored For Valor

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Sixteen public safety responders and two civilians have received the Missouri Medal of Valor and four new Department of Public Safety awards. Gov. Eric Greitens presented the awards and also declared Saturday Missouri Public Safety Officers Recognition Day. The Medal of Valor is the state’s highest award recognizing public safety…

Student From St. Louis Charged With Murder In Grambling State Killings

Grambling, LA,  (KTRS)  A student from St. Louis is behind bars in connection with a double fatal shooting at Grambling State University earlier this week. Nineteen-year-old Jaylin Wayne was taken into custody Thursday night. The Vashon High School graduate is facing first-degree murder charges in the shooting that killed another student and his friend after…

Five Apartment Complexes Face Federal Complaints For Fair Housing Act Violations

St. Louis, MO  (KTRS)  Five apartment complexes in St. Louis and St. Charles counties are accused of Fair Housing Act violations On Thursday, the St. Louis Equal Housing and Opportunity Council filed complaints with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for construction violations which limits accessibility for the disabled. Will Jordan, EHOC Executive…

Police Investigate Report On Man Following A Child Home From School In Ladue

Ladue, MO  (KTRS)  Parents in the Ladue School District are being warned after an elementary school student reported being followed home from school. Police say the child, who attends Old Bonhomme Elementary School, claims being followed by a man in a black car Wednesday afternoon. That child made it home safely. The district is telling parents…