Kirkwood Company Ordered to Pay $1.5 Mill. FineA Kirkwood company has been ordered to pay the US government $1.5 million in a forfeiture.
Kirkwood E-Cabs Extend Service Through Decemberhe decision was made this Wednesday to extend the Kirkwood Connector e-cab service through the end of the year.
ACKERMAN: Wilkerson Was A Gift To UsGrowing up in St. Louis in the 1980’s, Wilkerson’s voice meant football to me.
Free Electric People Mover Set To Make Kirkwood DebutThe Kirkwood Connector will haul passengers throughout 16-block downtown area.
Big Billboard Bell Rings For Kids Who Defeat CancerYoung cancer patients at St. Louis Children's Hospital will now have a new – and louder – bell to ring to mark the end of their chemotherapy.
Students From Multiple High Schools Hold Peaceful ProtestsStudents from Webster Groves, Kirkwood and University City High Schools held separate gatherings Monday morning.
Car Drives Through Protesters in KirkwoodProtesters in Kirkwood last night dodged out of the way of a speeding vehicle.
Kirkwood Promotes New Police ChiefKirkwood has a new Chief of Police, but he's anything but new to Kirkwood.
Kirkwood Shooting Sends Two to the HospitalAn adult male is in custody, but police have not been able to get any information out of him because they say he's intoxicated.
Hazmat Situation Closes Kirkwood IntersectionCity officials say a "barrel of unknown contents" fell off a truck and into the intersection.
Mailbox Bomb Found in KirkwoodAuthorities say no one was injured by a liquid bomb found in a home's mailbox.
St. Louis-Area Dominates Top 10 Ranking of Missouri High SchoolsThe St. Louis-area holds Missouri's only two "gold medal" schools, as ranked by the U.S. News and World Report.