Kitten Recovers from Injury after Seeking Warmth in Car EngineSee photos of the kitten - now named Cubby. Also find tips on how to prevent similar injuries to outdoor felines.
Snow Possible Across 2,000-Mile Stretch Of USIn addition to some snow and heavy rain, bitterly cold temperatures have begun moving into parts of the U.S. and will be staying put for at least part of this week.
St. Louis Opens Homeless Shelter as Weather Hits LowsA relatively warm December is coming to an end, and the weather is taking a turn for the cold. As a result, St. Louis officials are opening the city's emergency shelter for the homeless.
Two Air-Lifted to Hospital After Jefferson County House FireTwo people were air-lifted to the hospital after a fire leveled their Jefferson County home this morning.
Beware Of Cold Weather Car TheftsTwo vehicles were reported stolen from driveways, Friday, in Richmond Heights
STL Cold Weather Overflow Shelter ReopensHuman services director has some numbers on what it takes to care for people brought in from winter's wrath.
Kansas Man Who Lost Toes From Frostbite Has Lesson for Others22-year-old Evan Harter lost his toes after walking for an hour in frigid weather.
Extreme Cold Causes Overcrowding at Stray RescueStray Rescue founder Randy Grim says the shelter is extremely full, and space is needed in order to help and treat dogs coming in.
Tips: How Cold Affects Your Smartphone?The cold weather may make it a little more difficult for us to get up and going, but what is it doing to our most relied on devices?
Windy City Flight TroublesExtreme cold grounding hundreds of O'Hare & Midway airport planes.
Nearly 200 Homeless Seek Relief from Bitter ColdIt's too dangerous to stay outside!' That's why many volunteers, including Ray Redlich with the New Life Evangelistic Center, spent much of the night looking to bring the homeless inside or provide whatever help they needed.
Arctic Cold Temps, Snow to Hit St. Louis this WeekendIf you haven't already, it's definitely time to batten down the hatches, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Wes Browning.