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Freeze Pops
2:23 pm
Sun January 5, 2014

Snow Captured In Pictures

Looking southwest toward Forest Park from the roof of St. Elizabeth Mother of John the Baptist church in the Penrose neighborhood.
Antonio French

First, a tribute to those who are trying to work as the snow piles up. But for many, though, it's been a day at home. Reports have come in of cookies baking, chili in Crock-Pots and books being ready by people curled up under warm throws.

We asked staff and friends to send us photos if they ventured out -- some stayed in and took their photos; others didn't venture far, except for the intrepid Robert W. Duffy. To share your pictures, email to korandod@umsl.edu.

Photo of the Week
12:31 pm
Wed October 26, 2011

Superhero, Ninja Stop for Chat at Arch

Grover Webb Via Flickr

Photo taken by Grover Webb on Flickr.com.

Join the St. Louis Public Radio Flickr group to see interesting photos taken in the St. Louis region and submit your own. Each week we feature, on our website, one outstanding photo from the group.

Jesse James Photo
3:37 pm
Tue April 5, 2011

Signed Jesse James photo sells for over $50K

This, the only known signed photo of notorious outlaw Jesse James, sold at auction today for $51,240.
(via Leslie Hindman Auctioneers)

A signed photo of notorious Missouri outlaw Jesse James sold at auction Tuesday for $51,240.

Leslie Hindman Auctioneers in Chicago had estimated the photograph would sell for between $20,000 and $30,000.

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Crime Scene Photo
6:04 pm
Thu March 31, 2011

Judge: police must turn over some records in crime scene photo investigation

Crime scene tape blocked off the area involved in a March 8 shootout in St. Louis. A cell phone photo of the body of Carlos Boles, the man killed in the shootout, is the subject of an investigation.
(Rachel Lippmann/St. Louis Public Radio)

A federal judge has ruled that four St. Louis police officers must turn over some personal cell phone records as part of the department's investigation into who forwarded the photo of a man killed in a shootout with law enforcement earlier this month.

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Jesse James Photo
4:07 pm
Tue March 29, 2011

Signed Jesse James photo expected to sell for at least $20,000

This, the only known signed photo of notorious outlaw Jesse James, will go to auction next week in Chicago.
(via Leslie Hindman Auctioneers)

The only known signed photo of Jesse James, the notorious outlaw from Missouri, will go to auction next week in Chicago.

The photo shows James with slicked back hair and gazing away from the camera at an angle. It’s signed J.W. James. (His middle name was Woodson).

Mary Williams with Leslie Hindman Auctioneers says she was skeptical until she saw the signature first-hand and noted its similarity to a letter James is said to have signed.

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Crime Scene Photo
3:04 pm
Tue March 29, 2011

5 officers involved in crime scene photo scandal

Crime scene tape blocks off the area involved in a March 8 shootout in St. Louis. A cell phone photo of the body of Carlos Boles, the man killed in the shootout, is the subject of an investigation.
Rachel Lippmann St. Louis Public Radio

Attorneys say five St. Louis police officers have now admitted to sharing a graphic cell phone photo of the body of a man killed in a March 8 shootout with authorities.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that revelation came Tuesday during a federal court hearing.

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Crime Scene Photo
5:52 pm
Mon March 21, 2011

St. Louis police officer implicated in taking Boles crime scene photo, releasing it

The St. Louis Police Department has announced a police officer has been implicated in the release of a photo of the body of Carlos Boles. Boles (pictured) was killed in a shootout earlier this month in which a U.S. Marshal was also killed, at Boles' hand.
(UPI/Missouri Department of Corrections)

A St. Louis police officer has been implicated in taking and releasing a photo of a suspect killed in a shoot-out with law enforcement officials.

Carlos Boles shot and killed a federal marshal, injured another marshal and a St. Louis police officer as they attempted to take him into custody on a warrant earlier this month.

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