Ice Storm 2017 Has Sunday EffectsSome flights and church services cancelled
Worst of Potential Ice Storm May Stay North, West of St. LouisA winter storm we've been watching since Tuesday, may bring “significant icing” to the area, from late Thursday through Saturday afternoon.
First City Homicide of 2017 ReportedThe city recorded 188 homicides in 2016, the same number as 2015.
2 Women Dead After Being Struck by Amtrak TrainIt wasn't immediately clear why the women were on the train tracks.
New Video Expected to Be Released in Stockley TrialThe local police union says it will announce what it calls "damning revelations" about the video.
Transgender Support Group Discusses Orlando, Plans For Pridefest"We will not be shoved back into the closet. We will not become invisible again," MTUG Director Jaimie Hileman said.
Severe Weather, Tornado in Forecast Wednesday EveningAfternoon and evening storms expected to be more severe than Wednesday morning showers.
Ground Broken on Civic Center Transit Station ExpansionProject will double the size of current station, add security and restrooms.
MetroLink Might Be Your Best Way to Opening DayPatti Beck with Metro says the key word is convenience with 21 park-ride lots across Missouri and Illinois.
Metro Works on Issues With New Bus RoutesMetro says they are working with passengers to monitor and try to fix any problems they are having with the new schedule.
Major MetroBus Route Changes Begin TodayChanges impact 48 routes.
Stenger Calls for More Police at MetroLink Trains, StationsSt. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger wants to double the number of police officers who patrol light rail trains and stations, in response to recent crimes.

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