Local Group to Distribute Safe Sex Kits at Area BarsPlanned Parenthood’s Mervie Mead says St. Louis is the perfect place to increase awareness.
The Smartphone Apps Kids Use to Share Private Information, PhotosWiber says kids are unafraid to share personal information with strangers online that they would never share with strangers on the street.
Missouri Auditor Investigates School's Cyber SecurityThe state's auditor says in the past 10 years more than 250 schools have had a data breach or compromise, several of those in Missouri.
Brother of Missing Sunset Hills Woman Hopes For ClosureLinda McLaughlin's brother says though he hopes she is alive, he's not optimistic.
Scammers Use Facebook to Steal Billions from SeniorsThe "granny scam" accounts for a growing part of the estimated $2.9 billion seniors lose in financial scams each year.
Koster Fights for Control Over Burning Bridgeton Landfill DataAt issue in the case is carbon monoxide data from the north quarry that emergency planners claim is vital to map the exact whereabouts of the moving underground fire.
Reward Offered for Information on Sunset Hills Homicide Crimestoppers is now offering a $5,000 reward for information leading the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the shooting death of Terry Tobey.
Reunited Mother, Daughter Seeking Court RecordsA woman who recently reunited with her 49-year-old daughter filed a petition Monday seeking court files and adoption records that might shed light on what exactly happened in 1965 at Homer G. Phillips Hospital in St. Louis, where the mother says she was told her newborn baby was dead.
Illinois Bill Aims at Preventing Suicides in College StudentsIt's not always obvious when a loved one is considering suicide. An Illinois Senate committee has signed onto something which may help.
Anthem Subsidiaries Face Missouri Lawsuit Over Data BreachA Missouri lawsuit seeking class-action status accuses three insurance agencies of failing to safeguard consumer data from hackers who recently breached health insurer Anthem Inc.'s computer networks.
Hackers Access Records for Millions of Anthem CustomersHealth insurer Anthem said hackers infiltrated its computer network and gained access to personal information for "tens of millions'' of customers and employees, including CEO Joseph Swedish.
Cold Case Reopens: Headless, Handless Man to be Exhumed in Warren CountyWarren County Sheriff's Lt. Matt Schmutz says before DNA evidence was widely used, victims were identified by their fingerprints and their face, which is why John Doe's killer or killers cut off his head and hands.