St. Louis County

Morning News Roundup
10:02 am
Wed December 15, 2010

Beer Mad at Baseball / Smoking Ban / Towing Scandal

Inside the Anheuser-Busch brewery in St. Louis, Mo.
(Flickr Creative Commons User nan palmero)

Good morning! Here's a look at the headlines:

Crime
10:24 am
Thu December 9, 2010

2nd teen arrested in St. Louis drag race

19-year-old William Sapp was arrested Dec. 8 as the second suspect in a drag racing accident that left a young woman in critical condition.
(St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department)

Authorities say 19-year-old William Mack Sapp of south St. Louis County is charged with second-degree assault and leaving the scene of an accident. He is jailed on $500,000 bond following his arrest on Wednesday. It wasn't immediately clear if Sapp had an attorney.

The other alleged racer, 19-year-old Trenton Pinckard of Glen Carbon, Ill., was charged earlier this week with leaving the scene of an accident.

Business
10:43 am
Tue December 7, 2010

River City casino won't reach revenue projection

River City casino
(Wikimedia Commons User RamblingGambler)

The St. Louis area's newest casino is falling short of revenue projections.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the River City casino in south St. Louis County is now projected to generate slightly less than $8.2 million in its 10 months of operation this year, and a little less than $10 million in 2011.

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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They'll know what it means to miss New Orleans
11:00 pm
Sat May 17, 2008

They'll know what it means to miss New Orleans

The Harris family has decided to move.

Justin and Meredith Harris and baby Cecilia are leaving New Orleans. They will soon put their dog into a rented truck with all their possessions and move from their traditional home in Uptown to a ranch house in Glendale in St. Louis County.

Fun in a Photo booth

Courtesy of the family

Meredith, Cece & Justin Harris

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