Police Search for Shrewsbury Hit-and-Run DriverShrewsbury police are looking for the driver and vehicle involved in a hit-and-run the night of Wednesday, Nov. 30.
Police To 'The Hill' Residents: 'Stay Alert and Protect Yourself'A warning from police to those who live in the Hill neighborhood and surrounding area -- be aware.
Ameren Illinois Customers to See Decrease in Service RatesThis week the Illinois Commerce Commission approved a request from Ameren Illinois for a nearly $14.5 million decrease in delivery services rates.
STL Man Arrested for Shooting Car Windows with BB GunLt. Mark Smith says a witness tip and surveillance video led to the arrest of 19-year-old Andre Armstrong of Walnut Park in north St. Louis.
U.S. Steel CEO: 10k Jobs Could Return to United StatesLonghi today told the CNBC's "Power Lunch" panel he hopes to "accelerate investments" and start rehiring now that Donald Trump will be occupying the oval office.
Elizabeth Snyder Shares Moving Photos Honoring Late HusbandElizabeth Snyder, widow of St. Louis County Police Officer Blake Snyder, shared an album of touching photos "capturing the legacy" Blake left in their son, Malachi.
LISTEN: 96-Year-Old Describes His 'Ringside Seat' at Pearl HarborWe've seen it in movies, but Elmer Luckett of Shrewsbury was there for the real thing.
Salvation Army Weathering Difficult Holiday SeasonOn top of three stolen kettles, donations are down 50% this year.
Clayton HS Student Brings Loaded Gun to SchoolA Clayton High School student is facing severe consequences after bringing a loaded gun to school Tuesday.
Heroin Crisis Plays Role in St. Charles Co. Sales Tax Holiday DiscussionsThe county is considering opting out of the annual "holiday," in part, because the heroin crisis is costing it around $2 million a year.
Time Taking Major Toll on Shuttered Jamestown MallSt. Louis County officials launching effort to possibly redevelop site.
Lawsuit Filed Against City by Lambert Airport Police Officers"They are performing the same duties as St. Louis Metropolitan Police officers, but who aren't being paid the same," Pleban says.