STL Officer's Drunk Driving Case Casts Shadow Over Shaw ShootingNo toxicology tests were given to Flanery the night of the Shaw shooting, and Christmas says we'll never know if he may have been under the influence then.
Area Lawmakers Want All Out Texting While Driving BanThree Missouri lawmakers are proposing measures that would forbid motorists from texting while driving, regardless of their age.
Kansas Girl, 8, Dies When Car She was Driving CrashesKansas Highway Patrol Master Trooper Adam Simon says the adult in the car had given the child permission to drive.
Man Shot by Mo. Trooper Outside STL Casino Charged with Assaulting OfficerThe shooting happened Saturday in the parking garage of the Lumiere Place Casino after a trooper saw a man driving erratically with a woman on the hood of his car.
Missouri Woman's Facebook Post on Crash Goes ViralMantia wrote in her Facebook posting that she never got to see her son's first haircut, never got to buy a home with her husband. And, she says, ``it all could have been prevented.''
Traffic Fatalities Increase in Missouri, IllinoisDebra Hersman heads the National Safety Council says texting and gas prices are partially to blame.
Since Taxicab Commissioners Aren't Accepting Emails, Uber is Delivering LettersRide service UberX is still banned from picking up passengers in St. Louis, but there's nothing preventing it from picking up letters.
Missouri Police Stopped Blacks More Than Whites in 2014The annual Missouri Attorney General's report on race disparity in traffic stops shows the highest difference in the report's 15-year history.
St. Louis County Man Cited for Speeding in ReverseA St. Louis County man is facing a speeding ticket that's not handed out very often - he was driving in reverse.
Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler: Let the Good Times Roll!Organizers are hoping the windy, cold weather predicted for Saturday won't put a chill on the annual Soulard Mardi Gras Parade.
Missouri Audit: $376K Spent Flying Commissioners to MeetingsMissouri spent $376,000 to fly commissioners to meetings across the state when hundreds of thousands of dollars could have been saved if they drove instead, according to a state audit released Monday.
Report: How Safe Are St. Louis Drivers?The St. Louis metro area finished right about in the middle of the pack at number 105 out of 200.