St. Louis County Council Sets Election Hearing For May 10Scheduling conflicts prevented hearing from happening sooner, according to council chair Mike O'Mara.
Chelsea Clinton in St. Louis Campaigning for Her MomKelli says her restaurant was the perfect place for Chelsea, who is pregnant, to be comfortable and meet her mom's supporters.
Chelsea Clinton in Columbia, Clayton, St. Louis Monday to Campaign for HillaryClinton says she will talk with Missourians about what is at stake for women and families in this election.
Top Spots To Buy Cookies In St. LouisWarm and fresh from the oven, discover the best places to buy cookies in St. Louis.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Blake Ahearn, Clayton BasketballThe former NBA and Team USA basketball player, Blake Ahearn, is back in his hometown.
Dozen More Local Towns Sue St. Louis County Over Police StandardsA dozen more local towns file a lawsuit against St. Louis County, bringing to 15 the number of municipalities against the county imposing new police standards.
Trial Begins for Sunset Hills Mayor Accused of Hitting BicyclistSunset Hills Mayor Mark Furrer will have to impress the jury that has already heard from two witnesses who said he jerked the wheel toward a cyclist on purpose when he and the victim exchanged curse words.
TIAM Saturday July 25thCraft beer, Ferguson Cleanup, Into the Woods and Anything Goes.
Man Charged in Sexual Assault of Mehlville GirlA man has been charged with the sexual assault of a 11-year-old girl he allegedly followed home from a grocery store last Friday.
Case Closed in Schweich Suicide InvestigationClayton Detective Lt. Don Bass tells KMOX News the department has finished looking at Schweich's office computer in Jefferson City, Missouri, and found nothing of evidentiary value.
Annual Law Enforcement and Firefighter Ceremony Held in ClaytonThe 38th annual ceremony for St. Louis County along with all other municipalities was held in Clayton on Friday.
Clayton Police Release Details of What Was in Schweich's Office ComputersSchweich died without a suicide note, and investigators say the search for a motive was the theme of their final search of two state-owned computers Schweich used in his St. Louis and Jefferson City offices.