- Hidden Valley Offers Zipline Counter ProposalWildwood Planning and Zoning Commission to take it up tonight.
- BREAKING: Fire Rages Just Feet from Gas StationFirefighters are battling a massive fire in East St. Louis at 25th and Louisiana Boulevard.
- Mel Tillis Dead at 85Country music legend performed many shows in Branson, Missouri
- Trolley Testing Resumes Amidst Funding QuestionsEntire 2.2 mile system to be tested.
- Schenn Scores in Overtime, Blues WinSt. Louis beats Vancouver, 4-3
Mizzou Will Continue to Use Live Pigs in Emergency Room TrainingThe University of Missouri says it will continue to use live pigs to train emergency room doctors, despite protests on the local and national levels.
Two Injured in St. Charles Break-InThree people were wounded in St. Charles County shootings on Sunday, two in a home invasion last night.
St. Patrick's Center Serves Thanksgiving EarlySt. Patrick Center is providing Thanksgiving meals to more than 400 families this morning.
Local Business Owner Offers Help to New EntrepreneursHundreds of "makers" and inventors were left in the lurch last week when TechShop in the Cortex innovation district abruptly shut down.
Ceremony Planned to Welcome Officer Flamion into New Home Quite the ceremony is being planned in Ballwin Tuesday as paralyzed police officer Michael Flamion moves into his new smart home.
BREAKING: Fire Rages Just Feet from Gas StationFirefighters are battling a massive fire in East St. Louis at 25th and Louisiana Boulevard.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Celebrates NASCAR RetirementSport's most-popular driver shared some cold ones with crew after Sunday's final race
Illinois Glides Past Marshall, 91-74Up next for the 4-0 Illini is a Wednesday home date with Augustana
One-Win Giants Team Stuns ChiefsNew York field goal in overtime sends Kansas City to 12-9 loss.
Blues Get Past Canucks in OvertimeGame-winning scorer Brayden Schenn has seven-game point streak
Chiefs To Face Giants After Bye WeekCoach Andy Reid is a career 16-2 on the week following a mid-season break.
Mizzou Tops Vandy To Become Bowl-EligibleTigers led 35-0 at half, won by a count of 45-17
Thankfully They Chose Hockey, But What Are Their Other Career Options?Thankfully, the St. Louis Blues are sticking to the jobs we know them best for.
Circus Harmony Helping Grow The Next Generation Of UnicyclingFrom the South Bronx borough of NYC, to downtown STL, Kip Jones is looking to pass on his unicycle skills.
Just Like You, The Blues Use Emojis Everyday TooBecause it's better than using the four-letter word, Alex Pietrangelo says he just uses
Sweet As Candy: Pietrangelo On Blues Season, Halloween VisitorsNot only is St. Louis start to the season sweet, but so was their opportunity to hang out with kids from St. Louis Children's Hospital yesterday.
Why Ozzie Smith Is Honored To Shake Hands, Sign Autographs For Cardinals FansHe spent an hour talking about life and baseball with No. 1 bestselling author, John O'Leary for the most recent episode of O'Leary's Live Inspired podcast.
STLCC Completes Perfect Season, Looks For Redemption In PlayoffsAfter an 18-0 regular season, the No. 1 ranked Archers look to crack the National Championship tournament.
5 Historical Places To Spend Thanksgiving WeekendInstead of the usual spots, consider any of these often overlooked historical places to visit over the Thanksgiving weekend
America's Best Thanksgiving Day ParadesFor nearly 100 years, a Thanksgiving Day parade has been as much an American holiday tradition as turkey on the table.
Best Places For Iced Coffee In St. LouisPerk up your day when you discover the best places for iced coffee in St. Louis at these locally owned coffee house shops where you can sit and refresh with an ice-cold non-alcoholic beverage.
Ask A St. Louis Expert: Easy Breakfast Meals For KidsSchool is starting or has already started for most, and the morning routine is rushed and chaotic. Breakfast often slides through the cracks as an afterthought in trying to get everyone where they need to be, and on time. But tweaking that routine, just a little bit, by serving a healthy breakfast, can mean the difference between a successful school day and maybe a not so successful one.
Guide To 2017 Oktoberfest Events In St. LouisIf you live here, you know the unmistakable signs of autumn. There’s a crispness to the air. The sun shines bright in a clear blue sky. The landscape is beginning to bloom with vibrant crimson, gold and orange. And in the distance, there’s the faint resonance of accordions. What? Yes, accordions and oompah music. And brats over a grill. Funnel cakes, beer, wine, and generally a great atmosphere of fun and libation. It’s Oktoberfest in St. Louis, and there is no end to the fun to be had.
Best Football Bars In St. LouisWho needs a tailgate party when you can cheer on your favorite NFL team at these best football bars in St. Louis.
LISTEN: 'Feast' Publisher Dishes on Hottest Places to Eat in St. LouisTom also asks Cat about the beloved Thanksgiving meal, and recommends the perfect wines for your holiday meal!
KMOX Profiles: Larry Loveless
KMOX Profiles: Chris "Handles" Franklin
Women Of AchievementWomen of Achievement is calling for nominations for the 2018 Class of Honorees.
REARDON: Is There Anything That Would Ever Cross A Line?Is there any line that an evangelical Christian voter, who in the past has been outraged by immoral behavior from Ted Kennedy, Gary Hart, Bill Clinton and Anthony Weiner, would be unwilling to cross? Because apparently politics trumps (pun intended) character.
KMOX Profiles: Lt. Kent KiepeTom Ackerman and Amy Marxkors profile Lt. Kent Kiepe, an F/A-18 fighter pilot from Festus, who was killed in a plane crash 25 years ago.
St. Louis Family Steps Out In Faith To Get Treatment For Daughter"Ask any physical therapist, ask any neurosurgeon, and they'll say she should be in a wheelchair," says mom, Heather Morgan.
FDA Warns of New Opiate-Like DrugThe Food and Drug Administration is warning about the dangers a dietary supplement some are taking to get high.
Eating Chocolate For Breakfast Is Good For You, Studies FindThe report on 2017 food trends looked at the positive effects of eating dessert, especially dark chocolate, can have on the body and the brain.
Go Nuts: Pistachios, Peanuts Strengthen The Brain, Study SaysResearchers said regularly eating nuts and legumes, which include peanuts, strengthens brainwaves associated with healing, learning and memory.
What If All Americans Went Vegan? Study Finds Mixed ResultsThe results found that not only would the overall impact to the planet be minor, but the vegan diet would fail to meet the nutritional needs of Americans.
FDA Approves First-Ever Pill With Digital Tracking SystemThe decision is considered an unprecedented step in ensuring that patients with mental disorders take their medicine.
Country Music Hall of Famer Mel Tillis Dead at 85Entertainer had a big following in Branson, Missouri where he used to own a theater that carried his name.
'She’s Going To Get Rid Of Me Because She’s Gotten Rid Of All Of The Other Girls.' Survivor Castoff Desi Williams: Post Elimination Q&ADesi Williams opens up about her time on "Survivor."
Little Girl's Symphony Wish GrantedMake-a-Wish Missouri and the symphony recently made an 8 year old girl's wish come true.
New Roller Coaster Announced for Silver Dollar CityOne new roller coaster announced is called the Time Traveler, debuting at Silver Dollar City in Branson.
WATCH: Jimmy Fallon Pays Tribute to Late Mother GloriaJimmy Fallon returned to The Tonight Show Monday after taking a week off following his mother Gloria's death.
Lord of the Rings Franchise Gets TV SpinoffAmazon says it will bring "The Lord of the Rings" to the small screen.