Alton to Gain New Station for High-Speed Trains This SummerHowever, the trade-off is the fact that it could lose the historic College Avenue Station that's been serving passengers for nearly a century.
White Hall Fire Still SmoldersWater tower nearly drained during Tuesday's fire.
Fire Destroys Illinois Town's Oldest BuildingOne of three buildings destroyed dated back to 1867.
Train Excursions Return to St. Louis Union StationTrain travel returns to St. Louis Union Station with excursions on historic rail cars now available around the metro area.
Final Curtain for Goldenrod Showboat on the RiverfrontThose who tried to save it, will hold ceremony at 11 a.m. Thursday.
Gov. Rauner Announces Springfield High-Speed Rail AgreementIllinois Gov. Bruce Rauner announced a tentative agreement Friday to move most rail traffic in the city of Springfield out of its historic downtown.
1765 Colonial Home Discovered in Poplar Bridge ConstructionThe excavation has uncovered a stable that was packed and stamped down by maybe livestock or people.
#TBT: Historical Military Building to Close for RenovationsAn historic landmark at Fort Leonard Wood Missouri is about to close for renovations. It's called Nutter Field House, built in 1942 to provide recreation for soldiers at the army base.
Judge Rejects Bid to Halt East St. Louis Landmark DemolitionA St. Clair County judge has denied a request by the owner of a historic but deteriorating East St. Louis building for a temporary restraining order seeking to halt its demolition.
Macy's Lease on Old Famous Barr Building Almost Up; What Then?Downtown St. Louis' massive Railway Exchange Building, better known as the old Famous-Barr, then Macy's, building is still empty.
Owner Asks Court to Halt East St. Louis Landmark Demolition The owner of a historic East St. Louis building that's fallen into disrepair has filed a temporary restraining order seeking to halt the property's demolition by the city.
Group Trying to Save Former Suburban St. Louis ConventA group of neighbors is pressing to persuade the University of Missouri in St. Louis to reconsider plans to tear down a convent.