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PJ Randhawa


St. Louis, MO, United States

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Past articles by PJ:

Prosecutors hope more victims of online stalker come forward after arrest made

Investigators tell the I-Team that a suspect with history of harassment could have more victims. → Read More

MO Attorney General charges contractor posing as former police chief

Victims say contractor Mike Shaw took their money without completing the work. → Read More

Imaging clinic shuts down after patients say their mammograms missed cancer

A south St. Louis imaging clinic accused of providing faulty mammograms to patients has closed its doors. → Read More

In year since Capitol riot, dozens charged around Missouri and Illinois

A full year since rioters breached security at the United States Capitol building, participants from Missouri and Illinois are facing charges. → Read More

No loans, no growth: Mortgage discrimination still happening in St. Louis metro

From 2018 to 2020, less than 1% of First Mid Bank’s home loans in the St. Louis area went to black applicants. → Read More

FBI warns of new, sophisticated imposter scam

The new, highly sophisticated scam uses 'stamped' letters and follow-up phone calls. Officials say if you recognize it's fake, stop communication completely. → Read More

Missouri poison control warns people against misusing ivermectin to prevent or treat COVID-19

The Poison Center has already seen a spike in misuse of the livestock dewormer. → Read More

Having a fake COVID-19 vaccination card could mean big fines, prison time

Currently, there's no federal system to authenticate vaccination cards, which makes it easy for counterfeiters. → Read More

IDES denies more than half of applicants in program to let families keep overpaid pandemic assistance

IDES mailed letters to residents who were paid too much through the CARES Act's Pandemic Unemployment Assistance. Many applicants to waive the bills have been denied → Read More

Everything you need to know about Bitcoin and how scammers are trying to cash in

You can think of a Bitcoin like a computer file or string of numbers you can store in a digital wallet application on your smartphone or computer. → Read More

St. Louis city leaders investigate tow lot after series of I-Team reports

From missing cars to missing money, the I-Team has been uncovering serious issues at the city tow lot for months. Now a group of Aldermen is taking notice. → Read More

Where's Lucy? Sham teen marriage and felony charges featured in case of missing St. Charles County girl

Lucy's mother has just weeks to reunite with her missing daughter. Despite criminal charges, the court can't force Lucy's father to reveal where she's being hidden. → Read More

City needs 30 more 911 dispatchers, St. Louis public safety director says

A shortage of dispatchers may mean you're going to be put on hold if you call to report an emergency. → Read More

Millions in COVID-19 relief money potentially going to scammers

Residents receiving bills from the government tell the I-Team they never applied for loans taken out in their name. → Read More

St. Louis EMT battles for COVID-19 workers' comp while waiting for lung transplant

Liz Smith said her claim was denied because St. Louis city thought she had the flu, not COVID-19. She's hoping to get a lung transplant and can't go back to work. → Read More

Single mother's stolen car held hostage by St. Louis City tow lot

Policies at the tow lot rejecting her proof of ownership meant one woman will pay nearly $1,000 to drive it again. → Read More

Changes coming to plans that pay for vaccine injuries

Anyone hurt by the worst side effects of a COVID-19 vaccine can file for compensation, but only from a program that rarely pays out. → Read More

COVID-19 took his ability to walk, now this St. Louis nurse is fighting for insurance coverage

While they explore their options and adapt to Gerald’s limited mobility, the Adorys have gotten help from the community. → Read More

'You don't just lose vehicles'

Residents whose cars were stolen, who parked in the wrong place, or who left a car for too long all end up in the office to deal with forms, fines and regulations. → Read More

Capitol rioters express regret for participating in unrest after not getting a pardon from former President Trump

Watkins said President Trump's inaction was a wake-up call for some, including his client → Read More