St. Louis in Top 50 for Bed Buggiest CitiesThe bed bug situation in the St. Louis area is apparently getting worse.
More Bulk Buys of Prepaid Cellphones Reported - Authorities Ask, Why?The state's former homeland security chief says the phones could be used to detonate a bomb, communicate between criminals, or to resell at a profit.
Wildwood, East St. Louis On Opposite Ends of Small Town RankingsWallet hub, the personal finance website, put together the rankings based on 22 factors to find the best and worst small cities in the U.S.
St. Louis to Receive DOJ Grant to Hire More PoliceSt. Louis was not listed as one of the selected cities to receive grant money for body cameras.
STL Ranks 32nd in Cities Recovered After RecessionPersonal finance website WalletHub, examined the most and least recession recovered cities.
St. Louis Ranked in Top 10 Major Cities for Sports FansSt. Louis was No. 1 when it comes to baseball, No. 3 for hockey, No. 20 for football, 65th for soccer, but lost a lot of ground when it comes to basketball, ranked 163rd.
St. Louis Among Best Cities for Pet LoversWalletHub says it's 2nd best behind Cincinnati.
St. Louis is 55th out of 62 Best U.S. Cities to Live InWallet Hub spokesperson says St. Louis's crime rate and health issues were the leading cause for a low rank.
St. Louis Repels Ranking of 'Buggiest' Cities in USAs annoying as bugs and rodents can be in St. Louis, they are worse in other cities as ranked by the NPMA.
Crime On The Rise, Again, In St. LouisMurder, robbery, burglary, car thefts and assaults all went up double digits last month, as the city's year-to-date crime report for May shows a total crime increase of 15.5 percent.
Ride-Sharing Companies Lobby in Jeff City; Taxi Commission Won't BudgeTaxies are still your only choice in St. Louis, which is now the largest city in the country without any ride-sharing services, and Uber and Lyft are all the rage across the country.
STL-Based Tech Training Program Leads to Multi-Million Dollar Federal EffortThe $100 million federal TechHire initiative hopes to train more people for jobs in the technology field. TechHire is modeled in part on LaunchCode, a program that began in St. Louis.