Scientists Say It's Okay to Eat BugsIt's a plentiful food source that is also nutritious, and scientists say it's safe to go ahead and eat bugs.
Search for Missing Woman IntensifiesIt will include both land and air searches in and around the Royal Lakes area of Macoupin County.
Best Buy Is Saying Goodbye to CDsWhat was the last CD you purchased?
USA's Most-Likely Gold Medalists At 2018 Winter OlympicsThe opening ceremonies for the 2018 Winter Olympics is this Friday, here's some big names on Team USA to watch for.
St. Louis Olympic Legacy Committee Announce Plans for New EffortWe'll learn more in a ten o'clock press conference that will include several local Olympians.
KMOX Profiles: "Go Red For Women" ft. Rachel Seibert & Deborah GrandisonThe “Go Red For Women” campaign on February 2nd promotes awareness about cardiovascular disease in women thanks to the American Heart Association. Carol Daniel profiles two women who have survived and are thriving.
No. 2 Ranked WashU Squad Features Rare Amount Of Local TalentBeing ranked No. 2 in the country is not an unfamiliar position for the Washington University Bears, but the number of St. Louis-area players leading this year’s team is unprecedented.
Dr. Travis Stork Dishes On Healthy Super Bowl RecipesDr. Travis Stork from "The Doctors" discusses his career, healthy Super Bowl recipes and keys to losing weight.
Boomer Esiason & Phil Simms Preview New Season Of "Billions"Inside the NFL analysts Boomer Esiason and Phil Simms preview a brand new season of "Billions" on Showtime.
Arch Museum Still Moving Toward July 3rd OpeningOfficials lead another behind the scenes tour of work-in-progress.
Preservationists Upset at Plans to Tear Down Historic Downtown BuildingsTrying to strike a balance between the past and the future, preservationists turn out in force for a meeting about a new downtown high-rise apartment.
NCADA Hope to Break New Ground with Superbowl AdThe theme is "A Common Enemy is Killing Our Loved Ones".