J.C. Penney to Close 13 to 14 Percent of StoresJ.C. Penney says it will be closing anywhere from 130 to 140 stores as well as two distribution centers over the next several months as it aims to improve profitability in the era of online shopping.
Lawyers Want to Settle in July Involuntary Manslaughter CaseIt appears lawyers for a St. Charles man charged with involuntary manslaughter and DWI in a drag racing case want to settle.
Loop Trolley Pushed Back to SummerLoop Trolley's start date pushed back from spring to summer 2017.
Mo. House Votes to Lower Unemployment BenefitsThe Missouri House approved lowering unemployment benefits from twenty weeks to thirteen.
Common Heartburn Drugs Could Cause Kidney DiseaseWashington University researchers have a warning about the possible dangers of some popular heartburn drugs.
'Manchester by the Sea' Producer Going to the OscarsSteward was in studio last month talking to KMOX's Mark Reardon about how she got her start in the industry.
Ill. Government Union Votes to StrikeIllinois' largest state employee union votes to authorize a strike.
New Segment 'Awaiting Armageddon' - How to Prepare for the WorstLynch says the constant hype of impending danger from things like riots, protests, ISIS and domestic terror attacks has Americans on edge after the election.
Crime Concerns Won't Stop New St. Louis RentersTwo decades ago, just about 500 people lived downtown. Now that number is over thirteen thousand, but could concern about city crime rates put off new buyers?
Kansas City Bar Shooting Gets International AttentionA man has been charged with murder in what some witnesses described as a racially motivated shooting at a crowded suburban Kansas City bar that left one Indian man dead and two other men hospitalized.
Red's BBQ, Victim Of Ferguson Riots, Reopens In New LocationCustomers old and new are finding their way to Natural Bridge & Goodfellow.
St. Louis Ordinance Seeks to Pre-Empt Missouri Abortion LawsA new ordinance in St. Louis prohibits discrimination based on ``reproductive health decisions."