New Skyscraper Planned for DowntownIt's a 33-story building of high-rise apartments, and it's planned for the current site of a St. Louis Community College building at 300 South Broadway.
3 Plead Guilty to Fraud Scheme Using Unredacted Accident ReportsTerri Owens was one of a group of SLMPD officers Dr. Mitchell Davis and his wife, Gallina, paid cash to get unredacted accident reports.
Missouri Politicians Defend Tax BillSen. Roy Blunt and Congressman Jason Smith defend the tax reform to help Missouri residents
U City Police Adds New K9, Asks for DonationsThe city hopes the public will chip in to help pay for him.
Webster University President Shares Opinions on Tax ReformAs the tax reform packages make their way through Washington, the president of Webster University is keeping a close eye on their progress.
Shake Shack Opens Next WeekFounder Danny Meyer is a St. Louis native, and says he food was inspired by his St. Louis roots.
Mo. Attorney General Reignites Wrongful Death Lawsuit Of Anthony Lamar SmithMissouri Attorney General Josh Hawley accusses his predecessor, Chris Koster, and the St. Louis Police Board, were aware of DNA evidence but did not disclosed it when discovered.
No Longer A Busiest Shipping DayThe US Postal Service is gearing up to deliver more holiday packages.
Arnold Police Officer In 'Stable' Condition After Being Shot In The HeadHe was in surgery for multiple hours Tuesday afternoon after being shot by a suspect inside his vehicle at the Arnold Police Station.
St. Charles 'Hour of Code' Encourages Coding for EveryoneMonday kicks off a week long of activities dedicated to coding in St. Charles County.
Yadier Molina Manages U-23 Puerto Rico Team To Spot in 2018 Baseball World CupMolina’s led Puerto Rico to a 6-3 record in the tournament, to seal a spot in the 2018 U-23 Baseball World Cup in Nicaragua.
2017 NFL Expert Picks Week 13First and fourth place are separated by just four games as we head into Week 13 of the NFL season.