Babysitter Gets Probation in Infant's Shaking DeathThirty-six-year-old Jennifer Winkler of Eureka also was sentenced Monday to 500 hours of community serves and was banned from caring for children other than her own.
Rockwood Schools Create Tiny Houses for HomelessWhen you're living on the street, any place with a roof looks inviting, even if that roof is on top of a tiny house.
Bird Sanctuary Suspends Director Over Lewd Conduct ChargesBissonnette is accused of standing near a Redbox dispenser and exposing himself to people renting or returning movies.
Postal Service Says Cremated Remains Shipped More Often Than You ThinkThe funeral director at Schrader Funeral Home and Crematory, Bill Weissenbach, says they ship cremated remains up to twice a month.
VIDEO: School Resource Officer Joins Eureka Student Cheering SectionA video posted to the school's football Facebook page shows a school resource officer joining students, to the obvious joy to many in the crowd.
Teen Campers Escape Early Morning Cabin FireSmoke detectors and chaperones credited with allowing them to escape safely.
ACKERMAN: St. Louis Is Still A Football TownFootball still brings generations together, even in the post-NFL city of St. Louis.
Eureka Looks at Flooding SolutionsAfter enduring yet another record flood, city leaders in Eureka look over their options for mitigating future incidents
Fire Chief Calls for Bridge Repairs in EurekaPolitics aside, a local fire chief says a bridge in his district is becoming too unsafe to drive his trucks across.
MoDOT: 90 Highways Remain Closed; I-44 OpenedMoDOT Engineer Tom Blair says they believe westbound Interstate 44 will be open before evening rush.
Greitens Lends A Helping Hand In EurekaFirst term governor says military background is guiding his "proactive" response to flood threat.
Eureka Looks for Volunteers in Sandbagging EffortsA desperate attempt is underway to keep floodwaters out of homes and businesses in Eureka, and the public's being asked to help out.