Some Service Stations Not Equipped for Car InspectionsNotices are going out telling St. Louis area vehicle owners it's time for a new emissions inspection, but it might be wise to call ahead to see if your local service station can do it.
Warped Tour Bus Catches Fire in St. LouisThe bus was passing through St. Louis on the way to the Nashville show when it suddenly caught fire around 4 a.m.
Missouri Spending $415,000 on Capitol Security ImprovementsThe security improvements were initiated by Gov.-elect Eric Greitens, who takes office Monday.
Al-Jazeera Reporters Claim Mistreatment in FergusonThree journalists who reported on the 2014 Ferguson riots for Al-Jazeera America have filed a lawsuit accusing police officers of violating their rights.
Voters Approve Prop. F Just in Time for STL Fire DepartmentSt. Louis Fire Chief Dennis Jenkerson is looking forward to buying some new equipment, after voters approved the Proposition F.
St. Louis Band's Equipment Stolen In TexasFoxing trying to figure out how to finish national tour
Band Van Swiping Continues in St. LouisA band in town from Georgia is the newest victim of musical equipment theft in St. Louis.
Voters Will Be Asked to Approve $180 Million Bond IssueIn addition to money for police and fire equipment, it would include money for city streets and bridges, upkeep of city buildings, and the demolition of abandoned buildings around town.
General Motors Will Invest $174 Million In Kansas PlantGeneral Motors will invest $174 million in its Fairfax plant in Kansas City, Kansas, to pay for new equipment and technology to produce the 2016 Malibu, company officials announced Monday.
Cardinals Launch Annual Migration South to JupiterBesides bats, balls and gloves, players take creature comforts like guitars and golf clubs.
Some Bands are Saying They're Done with St. Louis as Rash of Thefts ContinuesIt has happened over and over - bands coming through St. Louis and their vans are broken into, meaning thousands of dollars of equipment and personal items stolen.
Snow, Ice Removal Costs Hit $27 Million In KentuckyKentucky's Transportation Cabinet has spent $27 million on snow and ice removal this season, with plenty of winter still left.