Cardinals Outfielder Stephen Piscotty Begins 1st PostseasonChris Hrabe talks postseason baseball and recovery from a mild concussion with St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Stephen Piscotty.
Washington University to Host 2016 Presidential DebateThe schedule of four debates — three presidential and one vice presidential — was announced today.
Judge or Jury: A Fight Before The Fight Over Minimum Wage IncreaseThe lawsuit goes to court on Oct. 6, but the St. Louis city minimum wage increase is set for Oct. 15.
5 Toughest Questions for Matheny’s Playoff RosterSeptember call ups are a precursor for October cuts, these will the Cardinals toughest playoff roster decisions.
Judge Pushes for Settlement in Homeless Shelter's Lawsuit Against St. LouisNew Life Evangelistic Center sued the city after it forced them to shelter fewer than 35 of the usually 200 people every night.
Illinois 2 Months Away from Legal Marijuana SalesThe number of applications for medical marijuana cards has increased by 40 percent since March.
First Medical Marijuana Center Open in IllinoisStore's CCO says they will also be shipping smokable, oils and edibles products state-wide.
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.
St. Louis Cashes in on Cardinals' SuccessSt. Louis experiences an estimated $5.8 million worth of economic impact per home playoff game.
The Unclean Truth: How Five Cities Stack Up On RecyclingFrom the East Coast to the West Coast, recycling is a big issue for local governments.
Illinois Draws $346K from Video Gambling in First MonthExactly how cash-strapped Illinois' fortunes shake out with the state's long-awaited gambling expansion remain to be seen, though the first numbers appear to illustrate the wagering option's popularity — at least for now.
Local Cancer Specialist Stresses Need For More MammogramsDr. Christina Dougherty, says women should begin annual screening mammography at the age of 40 and continue as long as they're healthy enough to do it.