Gateway Arch (Credit, Meghan Ross)

Gateway Arch in Good Health

There’s been talk lately of rust and discoloration on the Gateway Arch as signs that five decades of St. Louis weather are taking their toll. Results out this week are offering new assurances that the Arch is doing just fine.


File photo of anti-abortion protesters. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Kansas Abortion Foes To Converge At Statehouse

Hundreds of abortion opponents are expected to converge on the Kansas Statehouse to mark the anniversary of the historic U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion.


9/11/13-More than 100 people set out from Mike Duffy's at Hwy. 141 and Clayton Rd. at exactly 9:11 am Wednesday to take part in the annual March to the Arch. The annual walk to honor victims of the 9/11 attacks takes more than eight hours to complete. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

March To The Arch Once Again Honors 9/11 Victims

Walk from West County to Gateway Arch takes more than eight hours.



Joplin Invites Techies to Help Create New Website

What’s been labeled the Joplin “hackathon” begins Friday afternoon at City Hall and continues through Sunday afternoon.


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Joplin Unveils Tornado Anniversary Plans

A community walk through Joplin’s tornado-ravaged neighborhoods will mark the one-year anniversary of the deadly May 22 tornado.


9/9/11-Workers adorn the front entrance to the St. Louis Art Museum with a large American flag. It will serve as the backdrop for an effort being called "America's Heartland Remembers September 11th 2001". Rick Randall organized the project to place 3,000 American flags on Art Hill just below the museum in Forest Park. It will be on display from this Sunday through September 19th. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

3,000 Flags on Art Hill Will Honor 9/11 Victims

Randall: “I think it will be spectacular”.


By Glenn McCoy Aug. 2011

9-11 Theme Will Mark 10th Anniversary In Political Cartoons

More than one hundred cartoonists will dedicate their strips to the people who gave their lives.


Thomas Hart Benton depicted the Battle of Wilson's Creek in a part of his Missouri history mural inside the Missouri State Capitol.

150 Years Since The Battle of Wilson’s Creek

“It was the second major battle of the war,” explains Missouri History Museum Curator Jeff Meyer.


1861 St. Louis Riots, from Missouri Historical Society exhibit in Missouri State Capitol

The Civil War In St. Louis

From Camp Jackson to Police Control, the legacy of the conflict 150 years ago shaped the modern city.



First Anniversary of Health Care Reform

Illinois’ top insurance regulator contends consumers are better protected today.




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