EXCLUSIVE FOLLOW: Alderman Defends Landlord's Dilapidated Refugee ApartmentsAlderman Jeffrey Boyd admits landlord donated hundreds to his campaign.
EXCLUSIVE: Local Syrian Refugees Living in SqualorCharlie Brennan finds mice, bugs and no electricity in the home of a Syrian refugee family.
Hundreds of Syrian Refugees to Settle in St. LouisSenior Vice President for Programs Suzanne Le Laurin, says from January through the end of August they will have settled about 225 Syrian refugees.
Syrian Refugees to Arrive in St. Louis Within a YearPresident of the International Institute Anna Crosslin says the federal government will give them thorough background checks.
New Local Reads: Immigrants, Beer and BaseballLooking for local? Several new books on baseball, beer and diversity offer local history, flavor, photos and artwork.
Special Report: Children for Sale - Part FourAbout 5 years ago, Kimberly Ritter was asked by a group to find them a hotel that took a stand against trafficking. "When they said child sex trafficking, I had no idea what it was. I thought it was something that happened in a third world country."
Health Department Battles Rare Case of DiphtheriaIt's a five-year-old boy from Ethiopia who has the illness, according to the St. Louis Health Department's Dale Rigley.
New Immigrants Taste their First Thanksgiving DinnerSome are giving thanks to be in America and living in a country "with peace."
Urban St. Louis Farm Gives Opportunity to RefugeesThe urban agriculture program is among 19 across the country funded by the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement.