E. Coli Outbreak Linked to Chipotle ExpandsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a total of 52 cases have now been reported in nine states, including Illinois, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Ferguson Names 3 Finalists For City Manager PostFerguson's interim city manager, Ed Beasley, declined to be considered for the permanent job.
Hatchet, Folding Saw, Smoke Grenades Found in Carry-OnThe Illinois man also tried to sneak knives into his carry-on at BWI Airport in Maryland.
St. Louis Police Officer Shot; Police Searching for 4 SuspectsA St. Louis police officer was shot Tuesday morning and the suspects are at large.
5 Must Watch College Football Games This WeekendThe first college football playoff rankings come out Tuesday so the Top 25 teams around the country are definitely looking to defend their ranking or move up by notching a big win. With that being said, let's take a look at the five most important and must watch college football games this weekend.
Missouri Targets Gun Manufacturers with Economic IncentivesSeveral firearm manufacturers have threatened to leave states passing stricter gun regulations, prompting Missouri lawmakers to respond with tax incentives.
Charter Bus Carrying FIRST Robotics Competitors OverturnsMedics took 15 children and four adults who were on board to area hospitals. An officer said their injuries were minor.
Sen. Blunt Crafts Provision To Aid Monsanto, A Big DonorThe rider protects genetically modified seeds from litigation lawsuits concerning health risks posed by the crops.
Teen Charged In Central West End Attempted RobberyThe St. Louis Circuit Attorney issued a second-degree attempted robbery charge against 18-year-old Corie Harvey of St. Louis.
Police Search For Central West End AssailantWhen the suspect turned around, she was punched in the face several times before running away.
Same-Sex Marriage Advocates In Illinois Encouraged By ElectionBernard Cherkasov, chief executive of the gay-rights group Equality Illinois, says the election results showed same-sex marriage winning in four states.
Jailers Worry About Dental Floss As A WeaponWhen a group of New York prisoners sued last month to demand access to dental floss, officials said they had to consider "security issues."