Construction of Hazelwood Logistic Center Ahead of ScheduleHazelwood city officials are looking forward to 1200 new jobs in the very near future.
Major Residential Construction Expected to Start DowntownA developer is expected to close on the financing needed for a major residential project in downtown St. Louis today and construction is imminent.
AT&T Leaves Iconic Downtown Tower AT&T's mark on the St. Louis skyline is about to change.
Fire Chief Studies London Fire to Prevent One In St. LouisFire Chiefs around the country are talking about the London high rise fire, that swept through 24 floors and killed at least 17 people.
Building Incentive Reforms Up for DiscussionThe process of reforming incentive packages offered to builders is underway in St. Louis.
Landmarks Association Awards 'Most Enhanced' Historic BuildingTonight, rehabbers, historic preservationists and lovers of old buildings will gather for the annual Most Enhanced Awards put on by the Landmarks Association of St. Louis.
Truck Crashes into Building in SoulardNo major injuries reported after a semi truck slammed into a two-story building overnight near Soulard.
Mizzou Temporarily Closing More Dorms This FallThe closures are estimated to save about $2 million.
Missouri Spending $415,000 on Capitol Security ImprovementsThe security improvements were initiated by Gov.-elect Eric Greitens, who takes office Monday.
Alleged Terrorist Threats Tried to Close Down St. Louis Planned ParenthoodThe man who faces a federal charge is helping to organize a rally to support his right of free speech.
The Crossing Adds a Fourth Church in St. Louis AreaThe new church at Green Park and Union Roads is expected to look very similar to the Mid Rivers location, and will have a 600-seat auditorium.
Homeless Population Increases at Downtown LibraryExecutive Director Waller McGuire says typically more than 20 percent of the people at the downtown library appear to be homeless - sometimes more.