Tribe Files Legal Challenge to Stall Dakota Access PipelineConstruction crews have resumed work on the final segment of the Dakota Access pipeline, and the developer of the long-delayed project said Thursday that the full system could be operational within three months.
Jersey-Clad Youth Turn Out In Force In Favor Of Creve Coeur Hockey ComplexOthers concerned that St. Louis Ice Center would take away too much green space.
2 Charged With Theft From Sparta Police DepartmentThieves took AR-15 rifles, ammunition, bulletproof vests and several uniforms.
Lake at Lone Elk Park Begins to SinkThe water is going down and it is down almost a total of seven feet.
Environment Illinois Posts 12 'Cringe-Worthy Water Facts of 2015'Environment Illinois is promoting the scary figures to show people how important the Clean Water Rule is to our health.
Jane Doe Homicide Case Reopened, Body Exhumed"Without computers and internet and technology, I don't know who got those missing persons reports, or how far they went nationally."
30 Drownings in Missouri, Surpasses Last Year's TotalThe drownings occur primarily because people tried to drive through flooded roadways or in high water.
Swimmer Drowns in Lake St. LouisAuthorities say a 22-year-old man has drowned in Lake St. Louis while swimming with friends.
Landfill Neighbors Urged to Build 'Shelter in Place' KitsCritical items include plastic sheeting, weather radio, food and water.
'Bonafide Miracle': Teen Comes Back to Life After Being Dead for 45 MinutesA St. Charles teen who spent 15 minutes under icy water has made a recovery that doctors are labeling “a bonafide miracle.”
New Lake Planned For North Central MissouriThe state is making up to $2 million available to help develop a lake near Milan, MO.
As Summer Arrives So Do Warnings About Dock SafetyThree swimmers, including two children, were electrocuted last summer at Lake of the Ozarks.