Flooding Threatens Levee at Poplar BluffResidents on Wednesday were still cleaning up after the creek water got into some homes.
Local Health Officials Urge Lawmakers to Approve Zika FundingAs Congress convenes for the final week before its August recess, some local health officials are urging lawmakers to approve emergency funding to help fight Zika before they head home.
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.
Downtown STL Inc. Offers Free Download of No. 1 Safety AppGet a six-month free trial of SafeTrek if you ever are nervous walking alone in downtown St. Louis, or anywhere else.
Nixon Signs Bill For More Access To Anti-Overdose MedicineResidents soon will be able to carry medicine to counter heroin overdoses without a prescription under a new law signed Tuesday by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon.
Poll Shows Americans Struggle With Retirement and SavingsThe poll sheds light on American's shaky finances despite the economic recovery.
St. Louis Start-Up Helps Secure Boston MarathonSirenGPS to provide text communication for volunteers and aid stations.
New Illinois Law Means Fewer Emergency Dispatch CentersMadison County 911 director Terence McFarland says he expects the change will result in an undetermined number of job cuts.
Missouri Health Officials Prepare for Zika VirusMissouri health officials say so far, so good. There are no cases of the Zika Virus that have found their way into Missouri yet through citizens who have traveled abroad.
Missouri Receives $1M for Road, Bridge Repairs after FloodsThe Federal Highway Administration on Friday announced the emergency relief funding.
Mayor Slay Declares City Emergency; Sandbaggers NeededCity crews have closed 36 flood gates along the Mississippi River, and have begun a 24-hour watch along both the Mississippi River and the River Des Peres.
TIAM Saturday October 17thSafety House, Grant's Farm, "Angel Street" and birthdays.