AccuWeather: Spring Forecast Calls for Thunderstorms, Tornadoes in MissouriA new AccuWeather long-range forecast shows we could end up paying the price for a mild winter.
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.
Possible Murder-Suicide in St. Louis CountyPolice say one of the men appeared to have a self-inflicted wound, but an investigation continues.
Family of 7 Rescued From House Fire, Smoke Alarm Wasn't WorkingThe children range in age from 10-months to 5-years-old, they all, including the parents, were taken to a hospital in critical condition.
Congregation Returns to St. Louis Church Damaged by ArsonistServices took place Sunday at the Greater St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church for the first time since the building was nearly destroyed in a fire in July.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Cardinals Winter Warm-UpFor 21 years Cardinals Care's biggest event has raised millions of dollars and has used it to positively impact the St. Louis community.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Best of 2016, Season 2Here's some of the best stories we've told in just the last 4 months, and we'll be back again next week with more local standouts, you may not know about.
Cold Temps Worse Than Snowfall Thursday MorningSt. Louis County of Department of Transportation, says South County saw the most snow Thursday morning.
Body of 20-Year-Old Found on Driveway Deemed 'Suspicious'Police Chief Mike Laws says they have more questions than they do answers.
New Section of Arch Grounds Open TodayStarting Tuesday, visitors are invited to explore the new North Gateway section of the park, which is the former site of the old Arch parking garage.
Man Found Dead in North St. LouisThe victim has not been identified.
Biddle House Opens, Anticipates End to Homeless ProblemsThe male-only facility believes in three to five years, St. Louis could be down to only a handful of chronically homeless persons.