Humane Society Opens New Adoption and Medical Center$16 million facility includes state-of-the-art animal medical center.
Maryland Heights Pushes for Lake District DevelopmentThe Stakeholder Advisory Committee formed when bids from contractors didn't match the city's long-held vision.
Maryland Heights May Support New IcePlex ProposalCity Spokesman Craig Workman says aldermen largely support the idea, but it's so far unclear what the city can afford.
Plus Size Models Wanted!Company Vice-President Michelle Rosenfield says two-thirds of American women wear a size 16 or higher, and what started with prom dresses has expanded into a bridal line as well, sold online and in stores worldwide.
State Troopers Hit By Semi TruckBoth injured officers are expected to make a full recovery, says Sgt. Al Nothum
Maryland Heights Residents Need Not Worry About Garbage ChangeMayor Michael Moeller tells KMOX his constituents shouldn't have gotten a contractor's mailer
Teens Charged with Swindling an 80-Year-Old WomanA St. Louis County teenager and his girlfriend are facing charges for allegedly swindling an 80-year-old woman with Alzheimer's disease.
County to Discuss Plans on New Blues Practice Arena in Creve CoeurThe $35 million facility, called St. Louis Ice Center, would be located in the Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park.
Foreigner, Cheap Trick to Make St. Louis StopThe band behind these classic and iconic songs: “I Want To Know What Love Is,” “Cold As Ice,” “Hot Blooded,” “Juke Box Hero;" is turning 40 this year, and they’re bringing their friends along for the year-long celebration.
Governor-Elect Comes Home To Maryland HeightsEric Greitens wraps-up thank you tour ahead of Monday's inauguration
Kroenke Kicks Maryland Heights Development Plan to the CurbIt could be a year or more before officials open up another development request.
St. Louisan Petitions For Tougher Poaching Fines In MissouriSarah Cox started online campaign after reading about black bear's killing