St. Louis Space Conference Discusses Humans Going to The MoonThe question isn't when we're going back to the moon. It's when we'll be living on the moon.
Candy Companies Promise to Reduce CaloriesSome major chocolate and candy companies have joined together in a pledge to reduce calories in the products they sell in the U.S.
St. Louis Native Attends 'Humans to Mars' SummitA viable launch window only happens every 15 years - so that means no Mars landing before 2033.
SpaceX Chief Envisions 1,000 Passenger Ships Flying to Mars``It would be basically, are you prepared to die? If that's OK, then you're a candidate for going,'' he told the audience.
SpaceX Chief Elon Musk Predicts People On Mars In 9 YearsSpaceX CEO Elon Musk says if things go according to plan people will be on Mars just nine years from now.
Bridgeton Woman Closes In on One-Way Trip to MarsMaggie Duckworth found out this week that she is among 100 people still in the running to be among the 24 people to live, and start a human colony, on the Red Planet.
Pick-A-Side: Which Is The Best Halloween Candy? Choose your favorite Halloween candy!
Washington University Researchers Say Moon Formed From Celestial CollisionThe moon was born out of a giant collision between a body the size of Mars and the Earth, researchers say.
Overnight America: Anne Devereaux, Jackie Hoyner Kersee, Tia Mowry
TIAM Weekend: Mars Rover LandingTo discuss what should happen with Brian Kelly & Maria Keena was St. Louis native Mitch Schulte, Mars Exploration Program Scientist for NASA.