Statue of Jesus Dedicated In Downtown St. LouisHe lies on a park bench outside the New Life Evangelistic Center
Drunk Boating Arrests Down in Missouri Have fallen by 63 percent since the Missouri State Water Patrol merged with the Highway Patrol in 2011.
St. Louis Aims to Streamline Small Business LicensesMayor Francis Slay's Deputy Chief of Staff Patrick Brown says entrepreneurs won't have to wait weeks or months anymore to get a business license.
Push to Extend Grant's Trail Advances Adding two new miles to the trail will cost $10.2 million.
First New Park of Arch Grounds Renovations OpensThe new Luther Ely Smith Square 'green space' goes from east of the Old Courthouse across Memorial Drive to the Arch grounds.
Man Fatally Shot by Police in Springfield MOShooting occurred during a struggle for the officer's gun.
Thanksgiving Parade Makes Return To Streets Of St. LouisAmeren Missouri sponsored parade wasn't held in 2014.
Could Shake Shack Come to St. Louis? We Ask Founder Danny MeyerMeyer tells us he's the "biggest advocate" for opening a location in St. Louis
Effort to Get Cannabis Oil to Missouri Residents Starts SlowNeurologists are reluctant to certify patients to try a treatment that does not have federal approval.
Local Group to Distribute Safe Sex Kits at Area BarsPlanned Parenthood’s Mervie Mead says St. Louis is the perfect place to increase awareness.
Rams WR Bailey Has Surgery After Being Shot in FloridaSt. Louis Rams receiver Stedman Bailey has undergone several hours of surgery in Florida for a bullet wound in the head.
Rauner Pardons Man Found Innocent of 1999 AttackRauner on Wednesday pardoned Robert Wilson. The 60-year-old Wilson was convicted in December 1999 for using a box cutter to slash the face and neck of a woman at a Chicago bus stop.