Cortex Innovation Districts Getting National AttentionWe are on the national radar, according to the head of the Cortex Innovation District after two technology giants held events there last week.
Urban League National Convention Back in St. LouisThe National Urban League brings its annual convention to St. Louis, which means attention again turns to Ferguson
Local Hospital Takes Part in Kidney Transplant StudyA local hospital has been chosen to take part in the second phase of a national kidney transplant project.
National Birth Control Packaging Error Could Cause Unplanned PregnanciesThe non-hormonal placebos tablets were placed out of sequence, and may place the user at risk for contraceptive failure and unintended pregnancy.
Metro Ridership Down, Following National TrendThe decline also comes at a time when the transportation agency is dealing with some high-profile crimes on platforms and in trains
Congressman Clay Speaks Out on Local, National IssuesCongressman Lacy Clay is pitching his own unique plan for dealing with the controversial statue in Forest Park that depicts a Confederate soldier going off to the Civil War.
KMOX Named 2017 NAB Crystal Radio Award WinnerKMOX 1120 AM is one of 10 radio stations in the country to be awarded the 2017 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Crystal Radio Award, for it's "outstanding year-round commitment to community service."
St. Louis Begins Search for New Police ChiefThe search for a new chief will be both local and national, Krewson says.
Springfield's Lincoln Museum to Showcase Cards-Cubs Rivalry"Cubs vs. Cardinals: The Rivalry'' opens March 24 & was developed with the help of both teams, and the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Missouri Lawmakers Consider Policing ProposalsThe approval came just hours after a committee discussed a proposal that would require courts to appoint special prosecutors in officer-involved shooting or death cases.
Prosecutor: Hupp Too Well Known Nationwide to Move TrialAccused killer Pamela Hupp wants her murder trial moved out of St. Charles county, because of heavy pre-trial publicity.
Tribe Files Legal Challenge to Stall Dakota Access PipelineConstruction crews have resumed work on the final segment of the Dakota Access pipeline, and the developer of the long-delayed project said Thursday that the full system could be operational within three months.