STL Public Schools Population of 'Homeless' Students GrowingThe St. Louis public school system is dealing with a growing population of "homeless" students.
Formerly Homeless Man To Play For USACliff Byrd to play goal for US in Homeless World Cup
Mistrial Declared in St. Louis Fatal Shooting CaseCircuit Judge James Sullivan ended Willie Robertson's trial on charges of first-degree murder and armed criminal action.
Four Homeless People Hurt in Hammer AttackOne victim in critical unstable condition. They were attacked while sleeping in a vacant building
Rice Says City Hall "Out of Touch" with HomelessThe minister to the homeless whose downtown shelter was shut down in April by City Hall says the homeless problem is getting worse downtown, not better.
70 Homeless Relocated as City Closes Forestry ShelterIt's moving day for dozens of homeless men who've been staying at a temporary shelter north of downtown.
Man Calls for Help for Homeless Family, Upset with City's ResponseGreg Barren says he's still upset with how long it took the City of St. Louis to respond to his 911 report a couple in their 20's with an infant living out of their car.
Rice: 'There Could Be More Homeless On The Streets'Reverend Larry Rice is warning there could be more homeless on the streets.
Larry Rice Gives Out Metrolink Tickets to HomelessA minister to the homeless plans to give out some 600 free passes good for Metrolink to the homeless in downtown today.
Larry Rice Asks Gov. Greitens for Help with HomelessAsked what buildings he had in mind, Rice says there may be some space at the State Hospital on Arsenal Street.
Rec Center Serves as Temp Homeless Shelter; Kids' Classes on HoldAbout 75 homeless women are being housed at the rec center, which now looks like a shelter more than a recreational complex.
Homeless Gather in Park After New Life ClosingSome of the homeless are starting to congregate again in the park across from the main library on Olive.