City of Arnold: 'Flood Did Not Do As Much Damage'The flood was a foot lower than the one in December 2015.
Homeowners Concerned About Backup In Their BasementHomeowners in the area are complaining and want to know who will pay for it.
Real Estate Prices Up in First Quarter A quarter into the new year, and the local real estate market is heating up along with the weather.
Local Housing Market Getting Pre-Spring BoostSales up. Prices up. Inventory tight.
State Farm: July's A Hot Month for Home TheftSpokesman Jim Camoriano says Missouri ranks 15th, with 2,100 claims last year.
Fireworks And Pets - Not A Good CombinationMissouri Humane Society's Dr. Kelly Ryan says it's natural for us to want our pets to enjoy the fireworks with us.
Illinois Awaits Decision on Federal Flood AssistanceNineteen counties along the Mississippi River calculated $15 million in damages, but the federal threshold was $18.1 million
Strong Sales, Tight Housing Market Heading Into SpringStrong sales continued through winter, creating a tight supply.
STL Water Department Assures Public of Low Lead LevelsCity Water Commissioner Curt Skouby says the city has no lead pipes, but there are some lead connecting pipes between the water main and some older homes.
EPA Warns of Lead Exposure Repairing Homes After FloodingThe agency also urges those working on construction surfaces that may contain lead-based paint.
Ozark Flooding Causes Boats, Docks to Break FreeEntire docks, sometimes with boats attached, are breaking free and floating away.
Properties Face Contamination from Coldwater Creek"Right now what we are doing, we're focusing on the easy low-hanging fruit, which is Saint Cin Park, Duchesne Park " Project Manager Bruce Munholland says.