Girlfriend Watches as Boyfriend DrownsJoseph Frazier jumped from Old Chain of Rocks Bridge
Dotson Calling for More Federal Help for Fighting CrimeGuns, drugs, judges and gangs - those were the common threads 20 of the nation's police chiefs talked about when they got together in Washington this week for a summit on this year's spike in violent crime.
EPA Pushes for 'Smart Thermostats' as Way to Limit PollutionIt is considered smart technology because besides being linked to wireless Internet service, the thermostats ``learn'' costumer behavior and adjust settings accordingly.
St. Louis Police to Increase Security for Baseball PlayoffsSt. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson says officers will be in greater numbers for the best-of-five series that gets under way Friday. Game 2 is on Saturday.
Graffiti a Growing Problem Along Downtown St. Louis InterstatesPeople are encouraged to report vandalism to police.
St. Louis Blues, CBS Radio St. Louis Expand Broadcast Rights AgreementThe 2015-16 season marks the 41st year KMOX has served as the flagship radio station of the Blues.
Petitions Filed to Allow Medical Marijuana Use in MissouriThe two petitions would ask voters whether to amend the state constitution to allow physicians to recommend the drug to patients with certain illnesses, such as cancer, epilepsy and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Zombie Properties Haunting St. Louis MarketOf the 27,000 vacant properties in the St. Louis area, according to RealtyTrac, nearly 10 percent are in foreclosure. Nationally, that number is about 5 percent.
Arnold Residents Fight For 'Ugly Green' Water Tower Color to StayA post on Change.org calls the water tower a "beacon of comfort" for college kids returning home.
Wash U Study: Racial Disparity in Local Autism DiagnosesWash U child psychiatrist Dr. John Constantino says African-American children are also more likely to be misdiagnosed with a less serious condition.
Endangered Silver Advisory Issued in MissouriMissing is Barbara Joan McCormick
St. Louis Taxicab Regulator Files Suit Against UberThe battle between St. Louis-area taxicab regulators and Uber has escalated again with a new lawsuit that seeks to stop operation of the ride-hailing company in the region.