National Trans Fats Ban Could Decrease Heart AttacksNext year, restaurant foods made with trans fats will be banned nationwide.
Missouri Jobless Rate Drops Slightly in FebruarySeasonally adjusted nonfarm employment is up by about 15,600 jobs compared to February 2016.
Ameren Illinois Customers to See Decrease in Service RatesThis week the Illinois Commerce Commission approved a request from Ameren Illinois for a nearly $14.5 million decrease in delivery services rates.
SIU-Carbondale Reports 7.5 Percent Drop in Fall EnrollmentColwell said the goal for fall 2017 is to stem the drop in enrollment and increase the freshman class by 10 percent.
Red Cross Pleads for Blood Donations During ShortageIf you are able to donate, go to redcross.org to find a blood drive in your area.
Experts Say Brexit Could Push Mortgage Rates DownOther experts say the rates may hit an temporary all-time low, but could be an opportunity for some consumers.
Missouri Employment Drops After Reaching All-Time HighUnemployment held at 4.3 percent from April to May.
Overdose Deaths Decrease in the St. Louis RegionBrandon Costerison with the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse says there were 322 fatal overdoses in St. Louis compared to 445 last year.
Flu Reports Down in Illinois After Warm DecemberData shows that from Dec. 20 to Dec. 26, there were 49 flu-related intensive care unit admissions and two outbreaks. During roughly the same time last year, there were 323 ICU admissions and 70 outbreaks statewide.
Missouri Executions Expected to SlowA pace that is expected to slow significantly with death sentences on the decline and many of the 28 remaining death row inmates still filing appeals.
Jennings to Seek Bids For Police ContractSt. Louis County police took over in Jennings in 2011 and crime has been reduced 30 percent since then.
Belleville Hospital Significantly Reduces Blood UsageHSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Belleville is honored after it reduces the amount of blood used by 30 percent.