Three Salvation Army Kettles Stolen Around St. LouisThe Salvation Army's Lieutenant Colonel Dan Jennings says there has been recent thefts of their donation kettles at three different bell ringing locations.
Gino Cavallini Remembers the Passion of St. Louis Blues FansHe says it wasn't out of the ordinary to see a fight break out in the stands between Blues and Blackhawks fans.
Water Rates May Increase for St. Louis City ResidentsThe public utilities committee debated the plan without taking a vote.
Machines Changing Votes, Other Election Day Stories From KMOX CallersVoting machines that were switching Trump votes to Clinton and cell phone problems led the way.
Slay Reacts to Talk of City-County ReunificationMayor Francis Slay says the biggest challenge will be getting people to understand what reunification means.
Municipal League to Vote Welcoming City of St. LouisThe league's executive board has voted unanimously in favor of the proposal.
Riverfront Bridge Project Progresses in Jefferson CityOfficials said the nearly $3 million project, called the Veterans Walk to Riverfront Park, will feature a nearly 830-foot bridge that would offer seven overlooks of the Capitol and the riverfront.
Who's POV Footage Looks Better: Kansas Chiefs vs STL-Area High SchoolsYou be the judge, who's showing off the better first-person video, the Chiefs or our local high school student athletes?
Police Search for Vandals in Bebe Gun Spree St. Louis Police want your help finding the vandals who used a bebe gun to shoot out dozens of car windows.
Dotson, Aldermen Still Search For Higher City Cop SalariesSt. Louis Aldermen and alderwomen have plans that include raising sales taxes or taxing 911 cell phone calls.
STL Crime Rate Drops in August Compared to Last YearAs hard as it may be to believe - crime decreased last month compared to 2015.
Rio Police: Scant Evidence so Far in Lochte Robbery ProbeFake police stops like the one reported by Lochte happen in Rio, but are not common in that area, police say.