Illinois Police Crack Down on Dangerous DriversIllinois State Police are ready for "Holiday Lifesavers Weekend", in hopes of cutting down on traffic fatalities.
Holiday Travel Conditions Looking Good in St. LouisThe holiday travel rush is on for people across the country packing up to see family for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Today is Winter Weather Awareness Day in MissouriWinter is fast approaching and to get ready today is designated "Winter Weather Awareness Day" by the National Weather Service.
Where Is Safest? The 200 Largest Cities Ranked By Driver SafetyAllstate ranked the largest 200 cities by driver safety, where does your city rank?
Memorial Day Travel Up from Last YearMore travelers will be hitting the roads and taking to the skies this Memorial Day weekend
Despite Warnings, Drivers Continue to Die on Flooded RoadsDespite public service announcements, warning signs, barriers and even gates at flood-prone crossings, the majority of flood deaths in America involve people trying to drive through water on flooded roads.
Woman Attacked by Man With a Hammer Over a Snapchat PostPolice say he was driving a vehicle and hitting the woman in his passenger seat with a hammer.
Highway Patrol: Missouri Speeding Tickets Reach 6-Year HighThere was a 24.5 percent increase in Missouri drivers who were cited for driving 20 mph or more over the speed limit last year, according to the Missouri Highway Patrol.
Illinois State Police to Increase Safety Patrols for Super Bowl"Don't Drink and Drive" is the message from the local district of the Illinois State Police during this year's Super Bowl.
MoDOT Warns Drivers to Keep Off Roads Thursday MorningThe forecasted snow is expected to fall after midnight, and continue into Thursday morning.
Authorities Gear Up For New Year's Weekend Safety ChecksState officials say that 49 people died in crashes on Illinois roads during the New Year's holiday period from 2011 to 2015.
Ex-Chiefs RB Joe McKnight Fatally Shot, Suspect in CustodySeveral of McKnight's former teammates and friends took to social media to express shock and sadness at the news.

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