Missouri Man Twice Protected by Castle Doctrine in KillingsA 55-year-old eastern Missouri man who killed two intruders at a home this year has been protected by the state's castle doctrine in both cases.
Rural Missouri Mail Carrier Charged with Stealing DrugsA southwest Missouri rural mail carrier is charged with stealing prescription drugs from three homes along her route in Lawrence County near Miller.
Local Foreclosure Numbers Buck National Trend, SkyrocketSt. Louis leads metro areas in foreclosure activity increase.
Local Grassroots Organizer Pushes to Revamp Home for Women in TransitionTwo miles from the scene of last week's shooting death of an 18-year-old and one block from where a teen girl's dead body was dumped, KMOX's Carol Daniel talks to a grassroots organizer who wants to take back the community one woman at a time.
Maryland Heights Touted by Money Magazine's Best Places to LiveThe magazine mentioned Creve Coeur Lake and the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater as reasons for Maryland Heights high ranking
3 Homes in 6 Days: Habitat for Humanity's 'Build Blitz'The homebuyer must invest 350 volunteer hours into building or rehabbing a home and attend life skills classes.
Housing Market Rebound ContinuesTraditional homebuyers returning to the market, prices rebounding.
PHOTOS: Homes Flooded Near River Des PeresAbout two dozen homes are flooded near river Des Peres on Friday.
UPDATED: Tyrone Shooter Believed to be Cousin of Some VictimsA 36-year-old resident of Tyrone in Texas County apparently took seven lives before shooting himself to death late Thursday night.
Million Dollar Homes Sell at Double their AverageThe National Association of Realtors data shows that sales of homes of $250,000 or less dropped 12 percent in the same period.
Too Fat To Cremate?The morbidly obese often don't fit into crematory incinerators.
Some Foreclosed Homes Going for Dirt-Cheap PricesPublic records found that some homes in the region are going for small fractions of the price they brought at market-rate sales just a few years ago.