Public-service announcement! The city of St. Louis is going to start enforcing parking-meter violations downtown on Saturdays effective July 1, officials announced today.
That means folks parki... More >>
Illinois is the only state in the country that has a ban on concealed-carry and though a U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled the law unconstitutional, the fight continues to drag on. Illinois... More >>
Update below: A seventeen-year-old male who fled the scene of a crash that killed a two-year-old boy Sunday night has turned himself in, St. Louis county cops say. Charges are expected later tod... More >>
If Hillary Clinton runs for president in 2016, she'll have at least one high-profile supporter from Missouri.
U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, the Democrat who got national attention for her race... More >>
One former officer with a now defunct Clayton funeral service company has pleaded guilty to her role in a massive fraudulent scheme involving the sale of prearranged funeral contracts and the misa... More >>
Patrick Bray, a 51-year-old worker on the Blanchette Bridge rehabilitation project, was preparing this month for his retirement. Just a few weeks ago, he told his brother that he only needed to ... More >>
This weekend, St. Louis metro cops received a call to check on a 54-year-old man at a Fountain Park address. When they arrived, no one responded at the door and they forced their way in, official... More >>
For Abby Stylianou, a research associate with Washington University, it was a particularly emotional conclusion to her lab's latest project. Yesterday, her team in the department of computer sci... More >>
In 2007, James Kuehnlein, then a St. George police officer, made headlines after his bosses fired him over comments he made, caught on tape, taunting a driver. He reportedly said, "You want to tr... More >>
Amid the incredible violence that plagued the city of St. Louis last week, one officer was sent to the hospital -- along with a suspect who reportedly crashed into him during a police chase. In ... More >>
Last week, the city of St. Louis shut down a homeless riverfront encampment that officials say had become a dangerous environment for the 24 people living there. And the homeless individuals sle... More >>
It may not be quite as cool as living where the late, great Stan Musial once slept, but Carlos Beltran's former home (in Long Island, New York) is still available if you are interested! And it's ... More >>
In St. Louis, we're often quite displeased when a misleading national crime report puts us in one of the top spots. But today, we're going to just embrace our latest achievement in the rankings d... More >>
St. Louis county police are looking for two suspects who allegedly stole around 30 smartphones from a T-Mobile store on Friday after forcing a clerk to open the supply closet. One man had his sh... More >>
Some good news today for LGBT employees at the University of Missouri: The board of curators has voted to expand health-care benefits to include same-sex partners, a change which advocates say is... More >>
What happens when you steal more than half a million dollars from the fire department you run? In the case of Eric Hinson, you get to spend 35 months in prison -- and have to pay the money bac... More >>
Hours before four people were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide on Cherokee Street yesterday afternoon, police in University City responded to a residence and also made a horrible discover... More >>
Drinking your sorrows away when the Cardinals beat you is great and all, but one Mets fan apparently could not keep it together.
And Cardinals reliever Trevor Rosenthal briefly noticed yesterda... More >>
East St. Louis, Illinois, mayor Alvin Parks says he is not in favor of having more guns on the street -- but pretty soon, he won't have a choice.
Illinois is on its way to adopting a concealed... More >>
Update, 10:10 p.m.: St. Louis metro police officials have just identified the three victims and shooter in the murder-suicide incident inside a Cherokee Street healthcare facility this afternoon... More >>
Dear Mexican: Recently, a coworker turned me on to a website that features many videos of unspeakable atrocities the drug cartels are committing in Mexico, many graphically displaying murders and… More >>
Anybody who has ever attended Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Coachella, Sasquatch or other major summer music festivals understands that drugs are an inescapable part of the experience. Many people enjoy the show… More >>
Dear Mexican: In Philadelphia, where I live, there are three Spanish-language stations on regular broadcast television. None of them offer English subtitles. I bet plenty of people of all heritages… More >>