NFL Set to Defend $1B Concussion Settlement Amid AppealsThere would not be coverage for depression, seizures and mood disorders, which some experts link to concussions.
Records Show What Illinois Officer Bought with Stolen FundsAttorneys for the widow of a northern Illinois police officer who authorities say killed himself after years of embezzling from a police-sponsored youth program released court documents that detail what he spent the stolen money on.
St. Louis Fire Chief Backs Idea for Regional Fire DistrictThe study from the group Better Together says one district covering the entire region would improve response time and save money.
Group to Provide Assistance to Homeless in WinterMoney will be available when the weather turns cold for some of the temporarily homeless in Belleville.
Top 5: Recap of NCAA's Recent MishapsControversy in college sports is a more predictable occurrence than Taylor Swift’s next breakup single.
Illinois Treasurer Reuniting People With Forgotten TreasuresThe I-CASH database connects people with money, safe deposit boxes and jewelry who may never had known was theirs.
$5.6 Million, 56,000 Refunds For Red Light Camera TicketsThe city of St. Louis is forced to refund red light camera tickets after the Missouri Supreme Court struck down the system.
Political Fundraising and Public ServiceIt used to be called the "lug system" but now political candidates have other methods.
Peacock: Stadium Funding Bill Within Two WeeksDave Peacock tells KMOX's Michael Kelly the plan is to extend the same $6 million a year that's paying off the Edward Jones Dome bonds for 30 years to pay off the stadium.
Missouri Pastor Pleas Guilty to Fraud, Wants to Take it BackA Missouri pastor was sentenced to seven years in federal prison after admitting he bilked $3.3 million from at least 18 mostly elderly investors.
STL Fire Chief Says No Extra Money for More Officers St. Louis Fire Chief Dennis Jenkerson says there’s no extra money that can be squeezed out of the fire department to hire more police.
Feds Sending Missouri $36.7 Million to Help Crime VictimsMissouri received $8.7 million from the grant last year.