We know your lives are busy. You can't be glued to a computer screen all day, and it's possible that you might have missed some important local news or a great feature story. Here are the stories that made headlines in St. Peters in March:
St. Charles County Drug Task Force members said they also found heroin in the Joseph Zair-Hanks.
When a man entered her car to buy the pot, the woman's friend put a gun to his head and took his cash, according to court documents.
Construction crews began construction on the Mid Rivers Mall Drive/Interstate 70 interchange on Monday. Over the next several months, several significant changes will take place in efforts to improve traffic.
- St. Charles County Woman Faces DWI Felony Charge in Chesterfield
Chesterfield Police said she was driving 76 mph in a 60 mph zone when she was pulled over on Interstate 64.
- Update: Woman Killed in Highway 364 Crash
A 53-year-old woman died after she lost control on icy patch of the highway. Paramedics found the woman dead on the road about 30 feet from the vehicle. She appeared to have suffered severe head injuries.
- Kokomo Joe's Family Fun Center to Open Monday
Game center will open in former Incredible Pizza Company location in St. Peters.
St. Peters' Menards is expected to open sometime this spring, but a grand opening date has not yet been released.
St. Peters Police said Raymond Oliver, of Hawk Ridge, punched a man in the face inside Mid Rivers Mall. The man told police he also suffered a concussion and some memory loss.
- Man Drove From Kansas City to Pick Up 13-Year-Old Girl Who Texted Him Nude Photos
A St. Charles County Sheriff's deputy pulled the man and the girl over on a traffic stop and the girl told the deputy she was running away to live with the 21-year-old man.
St. Peters Police said Shannon Stone was driving under the influence of benzodiazepines, synthetic marijuana and opiates.
- St. Peters Laser Center Owner Indicted On Seven Counts of Sexual Assault
Seven women report that Lawrence Branam, of O'Fallon touched them sexually during hair removal treatments.
- Cottleville St. Patrick's Parade Steps Off at Noon Saturday
The celebration includes a 7K race and Fun Run.