Riverview Gardens Closer to Shedding Unaccredited LabelDistricts that are considered failing, or unaccredited, can face a state takeover.
Missouri College Shuts DownThe college says it will assists students with transferring to other schools.
"Gilmore Girls" Pop-Up Shops Coming to St. LouisThree local coffee shops will be participating in the one-day event Wednesday.
Man Sought For Using Cloned Credit CardPolice hope someone recognizes suspect with large man bun.
Supporters of Greitens, Koster Trade Jabs at Dueling EventsSupporters of Missouri's two major party candidates for governor gathered Thursday in the same building for news conferences 15 minutes apart to criticize the other candidate's record on women's issues.
St. Louis County Municipalities Consider Joint Fire DepartmentsBrentwood, Clayton, Maplewood, Rock Hill and Richmond Heights are considering administrative consolidation through a Joint Fire Command Staff Structure.
Protestors Pay Brentwood Target A VisitThey called for a boycott over company's transgender restroom policy
Police Investigate Shooting Near Galleria MallPolice are investigating a shooting that occurred near the Saint Louis Galleria Mall on Tuesday night.
Ammonia Leak Reported at Brentwood Recreation CenterThe building was evacuated after the St. Louis Fire Department says a 3/8" ammonia line ruptured. Ammonia is used in a cooling system that keeps the ice frozen.
St. Louis-Area Pet Store Evacuated After Illness ComplaintsSeven people and several animals were removed from a suburban St. Louis pet store over health concerns that were apparently caused by a refrigerant gas leak.
MoDOT to Close Lanes on I-64 to Replace Sound Wall PanelsThe Missouri Department of Transportation will close lanes on I-64 this week so crews can replace sound wall panels along the interstate.
Officials in Efforts to Enforce the 'No Call' LawOfficials are trying to combat the robo call harassment by enforcing the "No Call" law.