Digital Health is Focus of St. Louis Expedition to IsraelIt's the 10th trip to Israel since 2014 for BioSTL, which incubates bio-science start-ups.
Veterans Group Superbowl Ad Rejected by NFLThe league has since issued a statement saying the Superbowl program has never been a place for ads that could be considered a political statement.
Jury Selection Begins for Officer Shooting CaseJury selection is underway downtown in the trial of a man accused in the ambush shooting a St. Louis police officer.
UPDATE: 1 Dead In Car Vs. Tractor-Trailer Crash on I-64Crews are diverting traffic off eastbound I-64 at Mason and 141 due to the accident west of I-270.
St. Mary's Opens New High-Tech NICUSSM Health St. Mary's Hospital opens its new state of the art Neo Natal Intensive Care Unit.
Police Union Fights Subpoena Power BillA standoff is brewing between the police union and board of aldermen over a bill that would give subpoena power to a civilian oversight panel that investigates police.
Meeting to Discuss Hyperloop Possibilities for St. LouisThere's a meeting about Hyperloop this morning with MoDOT and St. Louis Regional Chamber.
Wildwood Approves Zip-lines for Hidden ValleyHidden Valley will be getting zip-lines year-round after all
Bill Cosby Jokes He "Used to be a Comedian" in Public Performance``I used to be a comedian,'' Cosby deadpanned.
Ameren Illinois Offers Savings to CustomersAmeren Illinois customers could be getting a break on their bills thanks to the new federal tax law.
Rauner: Cut Taxes, 'Wasteful Spending' To Curb Deficit
Shrewsbury Police: Man Masturbated In Front Of 14-Year-OldShrewsbury police are investigating after a 14-year-old girl said a man exposed himself to her, twice, over the weekend.