A carbon monoxide leak blamed on a boiler sends a few students and one staff member to the hospital for observation from Nance Elementary School in north St. Louis.
More than 100 people – most of them children – were sickened when carbon monoxide leaked from a faulty water heater flue at an intermediate school in Girard on Monday.
Carbon monoxide is an odorless, tasteless and invisible gas that can be deadly when high levels are inhaled.
Cancer specialist says smoking hookah is just as dangerous as cigarettes.
St. Louis fire chief says a woman died Saturday when carbon monoxide from a generator flooded her home.
The St. Charles County Ambulance District says those in the house likely would have died if they had been in the house for another hour or two.
One of two girls poisoned by carbon monoxide during a spring-break visit is out of the hospital.
One may have been trying to recharge phone in running car.
CAHOKIA, IL (KMOX)__Near tragedy in the Metro East community of Cahokia, Illinois.