Extreme Heat Takes Toll on Asthma PatientsSt. Louis City and County hospitals have treated 46 heat-related illnesses since last Thursday.
Heat Warning in Effect Through Sunday NightSt. Louis City Health Director Pam Walker is urging residents to protect themselves against the high temperatures and humidity.
Carriage Ride Decision 'Not Even Close'An aide to St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay says the city is "not even close'' on deciding if a ban of carriage rides will take place.
Full Report on Carriage Horse Conditions to Be Released TodayThe horses and their living conditions were inspected yesterday by the vet from Brookdale Farms and the city vet.
City Releases Obesity Reduction PlanMayor Slay wants to lower the obesity rate by 5 percent in the city by 2018.
Police Board Denies Residency Waiver for Officer whose Son Suffered Lead PoisoningNight watch officer Igor Kahrimanovic, who has been with the department five years and would have to wait another two years to move out, wanted the Police Board to grant a waiver to the residency rule.
Smoking Will Survive At Missouri Athletic Club
Sex in the City -- STD's Jump in St. LouisHealth Director wants to contact sex partners of known carriers
Are Packs of Wild Dogs Roaming the North Side Of St. Louis?"It's obscene that when parents have to walk their kids to school, in some parts of the city, with a golf club to fend off wild dogs."