St. Louis Population Trends Mean an Aging CityYou can learn more at the free event from East-West Council of Governments at 6:30 p.m. at the Central Library.
Tax-Filing Day Arrives for Most, But Not All, in St. Louis AreaResidents of some counties get an extra month due to the winter floods.
Family Claims St. Louis Police Pointed Guns At KidsA family member says the car was pulled over for no reason other than possible eye contact with a passing officer.
Overdose Deaths Decrease in the St. Louis RegionBrandon Costerison with the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse says there were 322 fatal overdoses in St. Louis compared to 445 last year.
Flu Numbers Down Across St. LouisThe peak flu activity here usually begins in mid January.
Foreclosure Starts Spike In St. Louis AreaProperties starting through process up 219 percent over last year.
Hundreds Come Together to Clean Up FergusonRoy Gillespie, of Teamsters Local 600, said volunteers tallied close to 400.
UPDATE: Cab Driver Shot Just West of Downtown St. LouisVictim was able to drive the cab to nearby police station.
Missouri House Sends Unemployment Benefit Cuts to GovernorA top business priority for Missouri Republicans is heading to Gov. Jay Nixon's desk, but the measure did not get the number of votes needed to override a potential veto.
Museum of Westward Expansion Beneath Arch Closing TuesdayWill make way for new, interactive museum to open in 2017.
Local Schools Cancel After-School ActivitiesLocal schools cancel after-school activities ahead of the Ferguson grand jury announcement.
Pair Sought In Kirkwood Car Break-InsStolen credit card was used at a local Walmart, providing police a break in case.