Underground Electrical Fire Causes 'Massive' Outages DowntownPower is out to a quarter of the downtown St. Louis area after an underground electrical fire at 7th and Market late Wednesday night.
U. City Wants Voter Input on New Police Facility FundsThe issue is delayed for two weeks because not enough council members showed up.
Amazon to Open 2 Fulfillment Centers in EdwardsvilleBoth fulfillment centers will span more than 700,000 square-feet each, where employees will pick, pack and ship items for customers.
Century Old Warehouse Collapses In North St. LouisStructure at N. Broadway and Madison may have been weakened by recent storms.
Seven Injured in St. Louis Apartment FireFire officials say four people were taken to the hospital, with two of them seriously injured. Three others were treated at the scene.
St. Louis Parks Director Calls Graffiti a 'Nuisance' The city spends $300,000 a year on a crew of four workers to paint over graffiti or power-wash it off.
Renovations for Soldiers Memorial to Begin in SpringOne of the region’s most notable memorials to veterans is getting a big facelift.
Tim Hortons Location Opening in Downtown St. LouisA new Tim Hortons Cafe & Bake Shop will open in December on the ground floor of the Park Pacific building, on the corner of Olive Street and Tucker Boulevard in downtown St. Louis.
Woman Drives Car into St. Louis County RestaurantThe accident happened about 9 a.m. Tuesday at a Dairy Queen restaurant. Police say an elderly woman crashed her car into the restaurant, sending patrons scattering.
2 Firefighters Die After 2 Rescued from Kansas City BlazeA Fire Chief identified the firefighters as 17-year department veteran Larry J. Leggio and 13-year veteran John V. Mesh
Wall Collapse Likely Due to DecayRenovations of the top two floors were also not suspected as a reason for the wall's collapse.
$40 Million Renovation Expected to Extend Capitol Building Life A $40 million renovation project is underway at the Capitol. It includes a number of phases to be completed over multiple years in different portions of the building, according to Office of Administration Director of Communications Ryan Burns.