The downtown halfway house is raising concerns about crime in the area.
A technology incubator in downtown St. Louis called T-Rex receives more than $16 million from the state to foster technology growth.
While some are focused at shopping there, IKEA needs people to work at it’s new St. Louis store as well.
Two men forced entry into a residents’ apartment, stealing several items.
Two 19-year-olds got into an argument inside a mental health facility in the 1400 block of Olive Street. One of them left the building, but waited outside with a gun, for the other to leave.
Expansion will be done in 2017 and will feature state-of-the-art displays to tell age-old story of the West.
The internationally known “Homeless Jesus” sculpture will be displayed at the New Life Evangelistic Center. It is a piece that displays Jesus lying on a park bench.
A spokeswoman for Hardee’s says the company is looking at Nashville, Tennessee for its offices.
Some loft residents just west of downtown are asking the city’s excise commissioner to revoke the liquor license of a bar they blame for noisy crowds and gunfire at night.
“St. Louis is a good example of a city that has had a couple of inflection points over the years, and unfortunately, did not make the right decisions.”