St. Louis Public Library Opens Blues 50th Anniversary History Exhibit'50 Years of Blood, Sweat and Cheers - A Tribute to the St. Louis Blues and Their Fans' opened at 10 a.m. Monday.
Charges Filed In Downtown Carjacking Attempt, ShootingDriver crashed near Culinaria after being shot in the head Nov. 22nd
Downtown McDonald's Workers Strike for $15 an HourProtesters will be back at it at around 5 p.m. They say they'll engage in 'civil disobedience' outside the McDonald's on Hampton Avenue between Interstates 64 and 44.
St. Louis Mayoral Candidates File to Officially Enter RaceThe race to replace the retiring Francis Slay as mayor of St. Louis begins today.
NLEC Short on Turkeys for Annual Thanksgiving DinnerThe center is fighting a city order to shut down, and nearby businesses have filed a lawsuit saying the homeless shelter has hurt their bottom line.
Rev. Larry Rice Rallies Outside of New Life Evangelistic CenterRice is being sued as a nuisance property and the city has also issued a fresh order for him to close.
Downtown Property Owners Suing Homeless ShelterThe plantiffs say the shelter is a primary obstacle to profitably operating their properties.
TIF Requests for Jefferson Arms, Armory Projects Move ForwardThe city's TIF Commission has scheduled public hearings for the $83 million Armory and $104 million Jefferson Arms projects.
Hundreds of Anti-Trump Protesters March in St. LouisThe protest was among several that have taken place across the country since the election on Tuesday.
Dramatic Drop in Downtown Synthetic Marijuana OverdosesEmergency workers received a hundred calls for overdoses, but something changed.
Anti-Trump Protesters March Downtown, More Demonstrations PlannedProtests are popping up all over the country in response to the presidential election.
Biddle House Not Affected By Recent Synthetic Drug OverdosesEddie Roth with the City of St. Louis says the Biddle House serves the same population the New Life Evangelistic shelter, but has not seen any of those emergency medical calls.