A south St. Louis alderwoman says she wants her legislation that would require a prescription for the common decongestant pseudoephedrine to start a conversation about combating the methamphetamine problem in Missouri.
A St. Charles County deputy faces sentencing in October after being found guilty of several crimes while on a methamphetamine raid.
Christopher Hunt was charged with felony burglary and misdemeanor counts of assault and property damage. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that a jury delivered the guilty verdict on Wednesday.
Hunt was among St. Charles County officers responding to a meth lab in neighboring Montgomery County in 2009.
Review your route: I-64 work has begun
Several ramps on the stretch of I-64 that runs through downtown closed for roadwork this morning.
The ramps from 10th Street and 14th Street will be closed around the clock, as will the ramp from Broadway.
Missouri Department of Transportation spokesman Andrew Gates says there will also be ramp closures for motorists heading into downtown.
Judge rules that the CVC must release more Dome documents
The St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission is being ordered to release more documents related to the renovation of the Edward Jones Dome.
St. Louis Public Radio is a service of the University of Missouri-St. Louis.