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East St. Louis
5:04 pm
Mon December 20, 2010

East St. Louis police layoff talks postponed another day

(Flickr Creative Commons User davidsonscott15)

Looks like the city of East St. Louis and its police officers will wait another day to settle their ongoing layoff dispute.

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from St. Louis on the Air
1:50 pm
Thu December 9, 2010

Is the City/County divide to blame for St. Louis "Most Dangerous" title?

UMSL criminologists Janet Lauritsen and Richard Rosenfeld
photo courtesy of UMSL News

St. Louis is back on top, but it's not a list city residents are proud to headline.  For the first time since 2004, St. Louis again tops CQ Press' crime ranking list, earning our fair city the unwanted title of "Most Dangerous."  CQ Press uses publicly available FBI crime data to make its list, but how crime data gets reported and collected across the nation, is a complicated issue.  We tried to break it down a bit on today's St. Louis on the Air.

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Crime
11:50 am
Thu December 9, 2010

Update: Sunset Hills cop Miller pleads guilty to five charges from drunk driving wreck

Christine Miller after she was arrested in 2009.
St. Louis County Prosecutor's Office

Updated at 3:45 with comments from Indian community.

Updated as of 2:15 p.m. after 1:30 p.m. court appearance:

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Law Enforcement
4:18 pm
Mon December 6, 2010

North St. Louis County gets new DWI "BAT" Van

The new Breath Alcohol Testing (BAT) Van.
(Julie Bierach, St. Louis Public Radio)

North St. Louis County law enforcement will be stepping up efforts in the fight against drunk driving this holiday season after receiving a grant to purchase a Breath Alcohol Testing, or BAT van.

The BAT van helps keep officers on the street to detect more impaired drivers, as opposed to hauling individual arrests to police stations. The van will be shared among the North St. Louis County police departments, including 36 different law enforcement agencies.

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