Tensions Continue Rising Over Illinois Education FundingAt issue is money included in the plan to help Chicago Public Schools with its struggling teacher pension system.
Johnny's Bar In Soulard Ready For One Last Big Bash This WeekendSite on Russell Blvd. will reopen in September as a Harpo's
NAACP Moves Forward With Missouri Travel AdvisoryThe NAACP is moving forward with a travel advisory warning people to be careful while in Missouri because of a danger that civil rights won't be respected.
Parents File Hazing Lawsuit Against UM, FraternityBrandon Zingale, at the time a pledge of the Kappa Alpha Order, was reportedly forced to chug vodka more than once.
Mistrial Declared in St. Louis Fatal Shooting CaseCircuit Judge James Sullivan ended Willie Robertson's trial on charges of first-degree murder and armed criminal action.
100th Day in Office: Mayor Krewson on St. Louis Police, Chief Search"I think, ideally, our sales tax would not be as high as it is, but I also think that in this job, you don't get the luxury of not doing something," she says. "It'll be two to three dollars for a family, per month."
Deadly St. Louis Explosion Draws New LawsuitThe children of a woman who was among four people killed when a steam-filled tank weighing nearly 2,000 pounds exploded at a box plant and flew onto a building are suing the plant.
Report: Meteorologists Expect This Fall To Be Much Warmer Than UsualMeteorologists say that this fall is going to be warmer than usual across the country.
Gateway Arch Named Among Top 10 Trendiest Attractions in U.S.TripAdvisor announced the nation’s hottest attractions for the summer -- and St. Louis' Gateway Arch was named among the most popular in the country.
TSA Now Requiring Separate Screenings For Electronics Larger Than A Cell PhoneThe airport security screening process just got even more frustrating for flyers.
Binge Drinking Down Among College Students, Study FindsAn ongoing study started in 1999 has revealed binge drinking among college students is finally going down.
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