Man Wrapped In Blanket Robs Freeburg Liquor StoreMasked suspect held up Freeburg Liquor at knifepoint, ran off.
Several Businesses Caught Selling Liquor to MinorsEmployees failed to properly check the ID's of high school or college students who were working with police.
Mystery Remains After Termination of Excise CommissionerMayor Francis Slay says Kraiberg's termination was "a personnel matter" and refused to comment further.
University City Seeking to Close Social House IIInjunction, council resolution seek to revoke liquor license.
Poll Shows Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey Favorite Liquor Of Several StatesFireball Cinnamon Whiskey was the top choice for liquor in 15 states, according to the app BARTENDr.
Life Plus 900 Months for Robber Who Paralyzed VictimJudge: "He had a dark heart and no conscience."
The World's Best Classic Cocktails In The Bars That Invented ThemThere's nothing better than kicking back on vacation with a classic local cocktail, and nothing worse than being interrupted by some blowhard waxing poetic about the drink's storied "history". Unless you're the blowhard, and you're sitting at the exact bar where the drink was invented.
Honesty Bars: The Bars Where You Pay Whatever You WantIf you've ever stayed at a boutique hotel abroad, odds are you've come across a "Seriously, where on earth did the bartender go -- oh wait, there is no bartender?" honesty bar.
No Liquor at St. Louis Starbucks, YetCity liquor control office says café chain hasn't applied for any licenses.
Nixon Signs Bill Banning Use of Welfare Funds at Casinos, Strip ClubsThe newly signed law restricts the use of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families cash benefits at such businesses, as well as for items marketed solely for adults.
Mo. Bill to Curb Welfare Fraud Sent to Gov. NixonMissouri welfare recipients would be barred from spending their cash benefits at casinos, liquor stores or strip clubs under legislation sent to Gov. Jay Nixon.
Alcohol Legislation Stalls in Mo. SenateSenators debated the measure Tuesday but did not reach a vote. Lawmakers have until 6 p.m. Friday to approve legislation before their mandatory adjournment.