Hundreds Come Together to Clean Up FergusonRoy Gillespie, of Teamsters Local 600, said volunteers tallied close to 400.
MoDOT Cracks Down on LitteringLitter along Missouri roads and highways is a substantial problem, and in an effort to combat it, MoDOT is asking volunteers to pitch in.
Den Cameras At Eureka Wolf Center Will Capture Live BirthHere's how you can witness it as it happens.
Cigarette Butts #1 Littered Item on Missouri Roads10.9 billion cigarettes were bought in Missouri last year, 11.6 billion in Illinois.
Roadside Litter Costing You Money The price tag for cleaning up the cans, bottles, fast food wrapped and boxes along with other assorted litter is costing the state about five-million dollars a year.
Kevin Killeen's Whole 'nother Story -- Picking Up Meaning, While Picking Up Litterlove letters, old photos, knives, beer cans, and dollar bills...