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Jim Salter

The Associated Press

San Antonio, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Jim:

20 years after spate of hospital deaths, ex-worker accused

Twenty years after a spate of deaths at a rural Missouri hospital, a former worker has been charged with murder → Read More

20 years after spate of hospital deaths, ex-worker accused

In the five months that Jennifer Anne Hall was a respiratory therapist at Hedrick Medical Center, the rural Missouri hospital experienced 18 “code blue” incidents — an alarming increase in sudden cardiac arrest events for a hospital that historically averaged one of them a year, according to a police investigator. → Read More

20 years after spate of hospital deaths in Missouri, ex-worker accused

In the five months that Jennifer Anne Hall was a respiratory therapist at Hedrick Medical Center, the rural Missouri hospital experienced 18 “code blue” incidents — an alarming increase in sudden cardiac arrest events for a hospital that historically averaged one of them a year, according to a police investigator. Nine of those patients died, and nine recovered. → Read More

20 years after spate of hospital deaths, ex-worker accused

Twenty years after a spate of deaths at a rural Missouri hospital, a former worker has been charged with murder → Read More

St. Louis seeking to boost population with Afghan refugees

An aggressive effort in St. Louis is trying to lure Afghan refugees → Read More

St. Louis seeking to boost population with Afghan refugees

Inamullah Niazai sits on the front porch step of his red-brick St. Louis home and smiles at the bustle of activity around him — his mother and father chatting in the front yard, his two young daughters munching chocolate ice cream bars. → Read More

Missouri man put to death for 1996 murders in 5th execution this year

Carman Deck died by injection more than 25 years after he killed a couple during a robbery at their rural home. → Read More

Missouri man put to death for 1996 murders in 5th execution this year

Carman Deck died by injection more than 25 years after he killed a couple during a robbery at their rural home. → Read More

Execution of Missouri man just the 5th in US this year

Carman Deck's hopes for a reprieve were all but dashed on Monday. → Read More

Execution of Missouri man just the 5th in US this year

Carman Deck's hopes for a reprieve were all but dashed on Monday. → Read More

Execution of Missouri man just the 5th in US this year

Carman Deck's hopes for a reprieve were all but dashed on Monday. → Read More

Execution of Missouri man just the 5th in US this year

Carman Deck's hopes for a reprieve were all but dashed on Monday. → Read More

Missouri execution would be just fifth this year in the US

Carman Deck's hopes for a reprieve were all but dashed on Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court turned aside an appeal and Republican Gov. Mike Parson declined Deck’s clemency request, though he could file new appeals. → Read More

Missouri execution would be just fifth this year in the US

Carman Deck's hopes for a reprieve were all but dashed on Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court turned aside an appeal and Republican Gov. Mike Parson declined Deck’s clemency request, though he could file new appeals. → Read More

Missouri execution would be just fifth this year in the US

Carman Deck's hopes for a reprieve were all but dashed on Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court turned aside an appeal and Republican Gov. Mike Parson declined Deck’s clemency request, though he could file new appeals. → Read More

Missouri execution would be just fifth this year in the US

Carman Deck's hopes for a reprieve were all but dashed on Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court turned aside an appeal and Republican Gov. Mike Parson declined Deck’s clemency request, though he could file new appeals. → Read More

Missouri execution would be just fifth this year in the US

A man whose death sentence for killing a Missouri couple while robbing their home was overturned three times was scheduled to be executed on Tuesday. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court, Gov. Parson will not stop execution

The U. S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to halt the upcoming execution of Missouri inmate Carman Deck, and Republican Gov. Mike Parson said he will not grant clemency. Deck, 56, is scheduled to die by injection at 6 p. m. Tuesday at the state prison in Bonne Terre for killing a couple while robbing their rural home in July 1996. “Mr. → Read More

Missouri man imprisoned two decades in mother’s death out on parole

Michael Politte walked out of prison Friday, paroled after nearly two decades behind bars for a crime he says he didn’t commit — the killing of his mother. → Read More

Missouri man imprisoned two decades in mother’s death out on parole

Michael Politte walked out of prison Friday, paroled after nearly two decades behind bars for a crime he says he didn’t commit — the killing of his mother. → Read More