Flu Numbers Keep DroppingNew flu numbers continue to fall in St. Louis County - and all across Missouri.
New I-270 Bridge Would Be 6 Lanes Wide, Have 10-Foot Shoulders52-year-old Chain of Rocks bridge one of the most accident-prone locally.
Gov. Greitens Delays Tax Policy Tour Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is delaying a planned tour to talk about his tax change proposals.
Hawley, McCaskill Race Closer Than Ever, Survey SaysThe Missouri Senate race between U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill and Attorney General Josh Hawley is a virtual dead-heat, as support for President Donald Trump slips in the state.
Greitens Pledges "Boldest State Tax Reform"Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on Wednesday promised the "boldest state tax reform in America" even as new federal and state tax cuts are just taking effect.
Gov. Greitens Acknowledges Affair, Denies Blackmail AllegationsThe station reported that the woman's ex-husband alleged Greitens photographed her nude and threatened to publicize the images if she spoke about the affair.
Missouri State of the State Address Tonight As Revenue Growth LagsWednesday marks the start of year two for the Missouri governor.
Leader Recommends Head of St. Louis Veterans Home Be FiredHome administrator Rolando Carter has until Jan. 22 to appeal.
Missouri No. 7 on List of 10 Places in World Not to VisitIt's the only tourist spot in the U.S. on the list.
Audit: Missouri Increasingly Late on Income Tax RefundsDemocratic Auditor Nicole Galloway released an audit Monday that said the state paid roughly $423,000 in interest on late refunds to nearly 155,000 taxpayers last fiscal year.
2018 Cardinals Caravan Headed To 20 Cities In One WeekendThe annual Cardinals Caravan is bringing current players, top prospects and former Cardinals to fans in Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky and Indiana.
Police: 'This Person Is Someone That Is Nothing But Pure Evil'The suspect, Damien Gaylor of Poplar Bluff, knocked the child unconscious and waited about two hours until her mother got home to call for help.