Illinois Fights to Save RacetracksMembers of the Illinois General Assembly's Latino Caucus are speaking out in favor of an amendment to a gambling bill that could help save horse racing tracks
Summer Temperatures Raise Concerns for Carriage CompaniesRising heat and horse drawn carriage rides may be a cause for concern.
Kentucky Derby Positions Set, Classic Empire is Early 4-1 FavoriteSee the full odds for all 20 horses before you place your bets at this Saturday's Kentucky Derby.
60 Animals Rescued From Property in Western MissouriThe dogs were being taken to the Humane Society's headquarters in St. Louis for veterinary exams and care.
Humane Society Rescues Starving Horses, Mules in Sullivan Co.Carmen Skelly tells KMOX that since June, the Humane Society has had a pending case against the owner of the animals.
TIAM Sunday December 13thParis climate deal, "In the Heart of the Sea", Family Affair and ice cream and violins!
Man, Two Horses Die After Lightning Strike in Missouri A man has died after being struck by lightning in a southwest Missouri farm field.
Casino Group to Buy Fairmount Park Pending Approval of SlotsCasino Queen owners plan to purchase Fairmount Park, if Illinois lawmakers pass a gambling expansion at horse racing venues in the state.
2 Horses in Illinois Diagnosed with Equine Herpes VirusHorses shows have been called off in Illinois to stop the spread of infection after agriculture officials said two horses from a northeastern Illinois stable tested positive earlier this month for the equine herpes virus.
TIAM SundayBig Brothers/Big Sisters, Germanwings Crash and Kinky Boots
Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides to Continue; Will Be Watched More CloselyIt looks like the sounds of horse hooves and carriages will continue to be heard in downtown St. Louis. St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay says despite St. Louis Health Department director Pamela Walker's concerns about the health of the horses, no one's calling for the rides to be shut down unless the situation gets out of hand.
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.