Protesters Want Florissant to End Ban on Pit BullsProtester Donna Slemmer says pit bulls ``are no more dangerous than Chihuahuas ...''
Illinois Doctors Hold Out on Weed PrescriptionsLocal family physician Dr. Bob Farmer says it is putting doctors in a bad position when they are asked to prescribe something that is illegal under federal law.
Reed Might Side with Protesters in Ex-Cop Murder CaseBoard of Aldermen president says former police chief Dan Isom told him there was no new evidence in the case against Jason Stockley.
Nixon Pushing Back on Newly Passed Tax BreaksThe biggest disagreement between Nixon and legislative researchers is over an income tax deduction for federal agricultural disaster payments.
St. Louis V.A. Hospital Steps Up Fight Against Breast CancerJohn Cochran facility now offers 3D digital mammograms.
St. Louis Community College Trustee Candace Gardner ResignsKMOX's Charlie Brennan has probed county prosecutor Bob McCulloch to look into whether Candace Gardner should have been allowed on the board in the first place.
Alderman: Some Forestry Workers Sawing Logs, Not Mowing LawnsRight now, lawns around vacant buildings only get mowed twice a year. Vacant lots get a trim at least six times.
Ferguson To Trump: Come See What We're Really LikeMayor James Knowles says Donald Trump has been invited to visit Ferguson - but has yet to do so.
Trump Says Ferguson Among Most Dangerous Places in World“... there are places in America that are among the most dangerous in the world. You go to places like Oakland. Or Ferguson. The crime numbers are worse. Seriously.”
Trump's Possible U.S. Supreme Court Nominees Include WashU GraduateDonald Trump has released a list of 11 names of possible U.S. Supreme Court nominees. Among them, Raymond Gruender, U.S. District judge for the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Missouri House Speaker Proud of First Legislative SessionTodd Richardson hopes a new bill to give businesses "religious freedom" another go next year.
NGA Heads West -- to Silicon ValleyThis might be a clue as to why a federal spy agency chose St. Louis over St. Clair County, Illinois.