National Trans Fats Ban Could Decrease Heart AttacksNext year, restaurant foods made with trans fats will be banned nationwide.
NY Makes Tuition Free, But Students Must Stay After CollegeThe tuition initiative covers state college or university tuition for in-state students from families earning $125,000 or less. Students must remain in New York for as many years as they received the benefit.
Martha Stewart Jinxed a Pitcher's Perfect Game in the 7th InningShe broke one of the most fundamental rules of baseball – never talk about a perfect game.
American Airlines Brings Back 'Free Meals' to Some FlightsThe airline said Tuesday that it will offer free in-flight meals to all economy fliers on specific cross-country flights.
UNC Coach Roy Williams Bashes President Trump's Twitter UsageThe Tar Heels coach was asked his opinion on the ACC Tournament taking place in a more media-filled city, and he answered with a comment on the President's social media reach.
VIDEO: Grichuk, Martinez Star in Cardinals 6-1 WinMartinez will make his next appearance on a baseball diamond for team Puerto Rico at the World Baseball Classic.
SLU Basketball Loses, Drunk Bus Driver Leaves Team StrandedPolice caught the rogue driver by tracking a mobile device that was still on the bus.
WalletHub: St. Louis 8th Best City to Celebrate New Year's EveIf you were planning to head to New York City for the ball drop on New Year's Eve, you might have a better experience in St. Louis.
Ex-Chiefs RB Joe McKnight Fatally Shot, Suspect in CustodySeveral of McKnight's former teammates and friends took to social media to express shock and sadness at the news.
Tyron Woodley on Fighting's Biggest Stage at UFC 205The two-time NCAA All-American wrestler at the University of Missouri says he's come a long way.
See Today's Front Pages of Newspapers Around the GlobeThe news of the U.S. electing Donald Trump as its next president was obvious front-page news everywhere in the country, but Trump also has big headlines across the globe.
Susan B. Anthony's Grave Becomes a Popular Place on Election DayThe cemetery extended its visiting hours to 9 p.m. Tuesday to allow for more visitors.