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.
US Capitol Lockdown EndsCapitol police had said they were searching for an individual but offered no details.
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.