Budget Stalemate Effecting Towns in IllinoisEast St. Louis Mayor Emeka Jackson Hicks says already they've seen cutbacks in state-funded programs for the mentally ill, among others.
Molina Lost a Ball Because It Was Stuck to His Chest ProtectorThe Cardinals are making more headlines, but not necessarily in a good way.
Census: Illinois Lost More People Than Any Other StateThe new figures released Tuesday cover July 2015 to last July and show a decline of 37,508 people in the state.
Missouri Food Facility Fined $140K in Finger Amputation AccidentsOSHA cited the company for two repeated, eight serious and three other-than-serious safety violations.
Dog Lost for 3 Years to be Reunited with Owner in ArizonaA pit bull that was missing for three years has been found at a Rogersville animal shelter and is set to be reunited with her owner now living in Arizona.
Police Find Tuskegee Airman's Stolen Car in North St. LouisTwo separate incidents in the same day.
Flooding, Power Outages, Storm Damage ReportedArea motorists finding high water stranding their cars.
Webster University Students in London in Financial LimboSeveral Webster University students studying abroad in London unexpectedly lost their federal financial aid this past school year due to the school's violation of the Department of Education regulations.
Storms Take Toll on Power in Downtown St. LouisAmeren Missouri reports several blocks of downtown St. Louis were hit by a power outage this morning when heavy rainwater swamped an underground power station at 8th and Pine.
Missouri Town's Water Bills Lost in the MailResidents of one small southeast Missouri town can be excused if they haven't paid their water bills because the bills are all lost in the mail.
Walmart Again Says It's Done With Ellisville Project"I compare it to a bad parody of the TV series 'Lost' where one second you think you know what's going on or what's transpired and the next second you're scratching your head"
Police Find Parent of Boy at Schnucks, No Charges ExpectedWorkers at a Schnucks grocery store in south St. Louis found the boy about 11:15 p.m. He said his name was Noah, but he didn't know his last name or where he lived.