Missouri Professor Calls Her Protest Actions EmbarrassingShe calls the run-in ``a hectic and flustering moment,'' and says she wasn't calling for violence.
Open-Carry Advocates to March Through Ferguson TodayIt's a protest organized by gun rights advocate Sam Andrews - a former Oath Keeper who's still upset about his experiences during last year's riots.
UPDATED: St. Louis Storm Warning For Wednesday EveningThe severe thunderstorm threat zone covers an area home to approximately 30 million people.
Man Attacks Family with Hammer and Knife; Killed by PoliceJacob Hohman, 30, went after his sister and her 12-year-old son with a knife and a claw hammer, causing them both multiple injuries.
Mehlville, Kirkwood Schools Want Tax Increases Out Of Voting DayProp R in Mehlville, and Prop A in Kirkwood is a 49 cent, and 78 cent increase respectively.
McCulloch Warns of Possible Crime Increase, Released InmatesAbout 6,000 inmates will soon be released early from federal prisons nationwide and St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch is concerned crime may increase.
Bobcats Beware: New Hunting Law Passed in IllinoisBobcat hunting season will be open in Illinois from November 1 to February 15.
Ferguson Effect? Mass Transit Ridership DownRidership fell by more than 8 percent on Metro trains and buses during the month the Ferguson grand jury decision was looming.
Illinois Jobless Rate Falls to 6.4 PercentThe Illinois Department of Employment Security says the state's unemployment rate fell in November to its lowest level since June 2008, hitting 6.4 percent.
A History Of The Holidays From Thanksgiving To New Years'How many people actually know the history behind one of the most joyous seasons?
McCulloch: Michael Brown Grand Jury Still Hearing EvidenceSt. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch says don't expect a verdict in the Michael Brown case this week or even next.
Missouri Jobs,Unemployment Rate Both Fall in November Missouri's unemployment rate fell in November, but so did the number of people with jobs.