NAACP Travel Advisory Continues to Dent Convention BusinessSo far, a dozen conventions have cancelled events in St. Louis, according to Kitty Ratcliffe, president of Explore St. Louis.
Lawsuit Claims 'Not 1 Drop' of Poland Spring Water Comes From a SpringThe class-action lawsuit, filed August 15, alleges that the product being bottled and sold is actually regular groundwater.
Dad Creates App Making Parents' Texts Impossible For Kids To IgnoreA father has created an app that will send texts children are not able to ignore until they respond to the message.
St. Louis Lambert Airport Lands WOW Air for More International FlightsThe routes begin May 17, 2018.
AT&T Adds 300 Missouri JobsRecent growth is allowing AT&T to add 300 new jobs to the state of Missouri.
Powerball Jackpot Climbs to $700 MillionThe odds of winning the Powerball jackpot is one in 292.2 million.
Sugarfire '44' to Open Private Dining Venue in Valley Park This OctoberSugarfire Reserve will accommodate banquets with up to 60 guests with buffets, family-style, or plated meals, with open bar or cash bar options.
Protesters Push for $10 Minimum Wage at McDonald'sA crowd of about 30 protesters outside the Hampton Avenue McDonald's in St. Louis.
City Approves Lyft and Uber for the AirportThe city's fiscal board of estimate and apportionment approves a plan to let ride share services operate at Lambert.
Express Scripts to Limit Opioids; Doctors ConcernedThe new program from Express Scripts is drawing criticism from the American Medical Association, which believes treatment plans should be left to doctors and their patients.
Missouri Woman Fired After Post Against Police Support Sign"They didn't give me some runaround. They said, `No. It's just that there are people who will not come drink here if you're working here.'''
A Look At NAACP Travel Warning to Would-Be Missouri GuestsSt. Louis' hospitality industry says it's starting to see lost business that's perhaps tied to the NAACP's travel warning to would-be visitors to Missouri.