Winter Weather Advisory Issued for St. Louis MetroThe St. Louis area could be in for 2 to 4 inches of snow Tuesday night through Wednesday
Foreclosure Numbers Up Locally, Down NationallyMissouri's slower foreclosure process, slower economic recovery to blame.
Landslides Plague Residents Along St. Louis County CreekThe sewer district began a project to build concrete walls along the creek in 2012, but the project was halted that same year.
President Obama Commutes Sentences of 2 Area MenWhite House says 95 non-violent drug offenders will be set free next spring.
St. Louis-Area Police Officers Feel Pressure After FergusonUnion chief says "Ferguson effect" has increased pressure both on and off the streets.
Funding for Ferguson: Investments, Donations Add Up to Hundreds of Millions of Dollars"One year later, we have $480 million in new investment and nearly 1,000 new jobs," says Sheila Sweeney, interim CEO of the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership.
Tale of Two Cities - Report Shows Racial Divide in St. LouisSt. Louis gets good marks for stability and affordability, but low marks for racial disparity in the latest report from the East-West Gateway Council of Governments.
Greek Americans in St. Louis Area Worry for Greek EconomyGreek Americans in St. Louis are feeling for family and friends in Greece, where unemployment has hit 25 percent and banks are allowing only small withdrawals.
10 Killed in Traffic Crashes Over Fourth of July WeekendThere was one St. Louis-area fatality - 45-year-old Charles Meyer of St. Louis was killed July 3 in a crash in Franklin County.
Nixon Vetoes Student Transfers Bill, Some St. Louis-Area Legislators FrustratedMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon today vetoed House Bill 42, saying it fails to solve the problems of unaccredited school districts in the St. Louis region and creates new problems and mandates for public schools across the state.
Flood Expert: More Rain for Missouri Remains ConcernThe Cuivre River was falling in northeast Missouri, the Meramec near St. Louis was at crest, and the Mississippi River south of St. Louis was expected to reach its high point on Tuesday.
Foreclosures Jump Across St. Louis Area, NationThe 37 percent increase is blamed on banks repossessing homes that were in the foreclosure process.

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