1.4M Illinois Job Seekers May Have Had Personal Data HackedOthers affected are Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Oklahoma and Vermont.
Burning Body Found By St. Charles Police Remains MysteryIt's currently listed as suspicious, an autopsy will be conducted to determine the victim's identity and cause of death.
SLPL Systems Back to Normal For Check Outs, ReturnsSt. Louis Public Library Executive Director Waller McGuire says the virus that was planted from someone 'overseas' never touched patrons personal information.
City, County Send 100 Workers to Gather Information on HomelessThis is the first time St. Louis city and county are working together on the project, their goal is to help get people support, and ultimately off the streets.
UPDATE: 21-Year-Old Kirkwood Shooting Victim Collapsed After Driving AwayPolice haven't interviewed the victim who remains hospitalized in critical, but stable condition.
Reward Offered for Information in 14-Year-Old's DeathCrimeStoppers is requesting anyone with information in the death of Jamarr Mack to step forward.
St. Louis Hearing to Begin Monday on Witness IntimidationCircuit attorney Jennifer Joyce claims that two witnesses in the last two months were killed because of their involvement in prosecuting a defendant.
Animal Rights Group Sues Univ. of Missouri Over Medical Experiments The group is seeking information on 179 dogs and cats used for the University of Missouri's School of Medicine experiments between January of 2014 and December of 2016.
New Craigslist Scam Targets HomesThe county also suggests that Craigslist transactions should happen in Sheriff Department lobbies and parking lots to reduce the possibility of fraud, robbery, assaults or other crimes.
House Approves Bill to Expand Food Producers' Grounds to SueLawmakers voted 131-23 Monday to send the bill to the Senate.
Mozeliak on Astros Hacking: "This Too Shall Pass"Mozeliak says he can't comment on the legal aspect of the case, but he's noticed the club's reputation taking a hit.
Former Cardinals Scouting Director Admits Hacking Astros Computer SystemChris Correa, of St. Louis, entered a guilty plea to five counts of unauthorized access of a protected computer, says federal prosecutor Ken Magidson in Houston.