Latest St. Louis News

Residents, Stakeholders Attend Third Meeting on NGA ProgressResidents and stakeholders near the future National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency site gathered at a third community meeting Monday
Shots Fired Near St. Louis UniversitySLU says that public safety and officers are on scene and there are no reported injuries.
Local Patient to Receive World's Smallest PacemakerSmaller than a triple A battery, the Medtronic Micra device is implanted through a catheter directly into the heart.
KSDK Anchor Anne Allred to Undergo Kidney TransplantAnn Allred, 35, says she is in kidney failure and has been since giving birth last Summer.
Illinois Treasurer Asks Trump to Assure Banks on MarijuanaFederal law prohibits banks from processing money used in the legal marijuana industry.
Police: Man Stabs 3 Others Inside Car in St. LouisA 25-year-old woman was driving the car that included the 27-year-old suspect, and another man and woman.

Latest St. Louis Sports

San Diego Investors Pursue MLS TeamNo taxpayer money required for stadium plan, says group in unveiling its details
Patriots Coach To Defense: "Do Your Job"Former St. Louis Rams #1 draft pick Chris Long to play in his first career Super Bowl
Caught Napping: Baseball Hitting, Pitching Sapped by Jet LagTravelers know jet lag is no fun, and now it appears even major league baseball players can suffer from its effects.
Keidel: Brady And Ryan, A Contrast In QBsTom Brady and Matt Ryan, two contrasting quarterbacks leading high-powered offenses, are the story for Super Bowl LI.
Plan for Downtown MLS Stadium 'Running Out of Mulligans'The committee won't meet Monday, and Aldermanic President Lewis Reed is hoping to meet Tuesday.
Dayton Sails Past SLU, 67-46Scoochie Smith scored 19 points for the Flyers

Eat.See.Play

Romantic Valentine's Day DestinationsLooking for a romantic retreat? These Valentine's Day destinations are the perfect way to get away from it all!
5 Valentine's Day Activities For Singles
The Two-Day Hike: What To Bring And Why To Bring ItVenturing into the great outdoors? Be prepared, stay safe and have fun with this complete itinerary!
Best Places In St. Louis For Secondhand Baby GearIf you have kids, you know the havoc they can wreak on your check book. We love them, but they can be expensive. Well, if you also live in St. Louis, you can breath a sigh of relief because your check book doesn’t need to feel all that stress when you shop the many, many second hand baby gear stores that have clothes, furniture, strollers and more for your convenience and baby’s delight.
Valentine's Day Dinner For TwoYou can achieve restaurant like quality meals for a fraction of the price in the comfort of your own home with these simple recipes.
DIY Valentine's Day GiftsLooking for the perfect Valentine's Day gift while trying to stick to a budget? These DIY presents will leave your sweetie stuck with cupid's arrow!

Heard On

OPINION: Was The Women's March Useful?Marches are not only not useful, they might be counterproductive, Charlie says -- and marching for a few hours does not cut it. What do you think?
TIAM Sunday January 22ndMLS to STL, "Constellation" and birthdays.
TIAM Saturday January 21stSugarless Wednesdays, Circus Harmony, "An American in Paris" and the Golden Bear.
Aisha & Debbie Dish: New President & Parenting HelpAisha Sultan of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and KMOX's Debbie Monterrey dish on the inauguration and moving forward with a new President.
Aisha & Debbie Dish: Healthcare & Parenting TeenagersAisha Sultan of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and KMOX's Debbie Monterrey dish on the American healthcare system, what teenagers really want from parents and they share their New Year parenting resolutions.
Mark On Movies: 'The Founder'Michael Keaton plays Ray Kroc, the man who turned McDonald’s restaurants into a fast food empire, in “The Founder."

Latest Health News

Parkway 3rd-Grader, Cancer Survivor Named Ace Hardware All-StarRoxie Schopp was given a 35 percent chance of survival when she was 3 years old -- now she has no evidence of the disease and is being nationally recognized for her fight.
Cloudy Water Alert Issued for St. Louis, St. Charles CountiesMissouri American Water has issued a cloudy water alert for St. Louis and St. Charles counties, but says there is no health concern.
Kid's Menu Just as Unhealthy as 5 Years Ago, Study FindsDespite an apparent countrywide motion towards healthier living, kid's menus are still lagging in the past.
The Apparent Health Benefits of SwearingWhy you should be concerned about people who don't swear.
Former President George H.W. Bush's Movement Disorder Mimics Parkinson'sFormer President George H.W. Bush, who has been placed in intensive care at a Houston hospital, is suffering from pneumonia and has vascular parkinsonism, a rare syndrome that mimics Parkinson's disease.
Drinking Coffee May Help You Live Longer, Study FindsA study conducted by Stanford Medicine has found that drinking coffee can help you live longer.

Entertainment News

Harry Hamm: 'Constellations' Examines a World of PossibiltiesLove somewhere in time.
'The Last Jedi' Revealed as Title for 'Star Wars' VIII``Star Wars: The Last Jedi'' will be released Dec. 15.
Harry Hamm: 'An American in Paris' Is Simply MagnificentThis gorgeous show is an excess of rhapsody and beauty.
Antiques Roadshow to Make a Stop in St. LouisGot an old family heirloom or something you bought at a garage sale you're convinced is worth some big bucks? Dig it up and dust it off!
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Open 'Rock & Brews' in ChesterfieldKISS members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley are co-owners of the restaurant chain, and are in town for the official opening of its newest location.
Local Band Will Open for Bon Jovi Concert at ScottradeBon Jovi's 2017 tour comes to St. Louis in February -- they're asking for local bands to submit a video of their work for a chance to be an opening act!

More From CBS St. Louis

KMOX Podcasts
High School Spotlight
As Heard On KMOX

Listen Live