UPDATED: Funeral Arrangements Made for Phyllis SchlaflyThere are three opportunities for family, friends and supporters of Phyllis Schlafly to celebrate her life.
Olivette City Leaders Request Proposal for New Multi-Use BuildingMayor Ruth Springer says city offices are moving to a new multi-use building by next spring, and they're requesting proposals to redevelop the land.
St. Louis Cities File the Promised Lawsuit for Police StandardsMartin says the Missouri constitution empowers municipalities to run their own departments, and there is no law permitting a county to exert authority over a town's operations.
Local Anti-Heroin Super Bowl Commercial May Soon Go National"This very cheerful-sounding song, juxtaposed with these horrifying images - we knew it was going to upset people, and we knew we were taking a risk, but we felt like it was a risk worth taking because nothing else has worked."
Proposal to Re-Zone Warson Park TabledDozens of residents showed up at the City Council's meeting Tuesday night, pleased with the decision.
Olivette Park Pave-Over Could Be Up for a VoteOpponents of a big Olivette sports complex say they've got the signatures to force a public vote.
Olivette Residents Unhappy with Plans for Sports ComplexTonight, the city council will take up a measure to change the zoning of Warson Park to allow for the complex that would have three private ice rinks, lacrosse fields and a medical center.
Olivette Woman Accused of Stealing from PTO36 year old Tenille Batsell is the former treasurer for the Spoede School Association at Spoede Elementary School in Creve Coeur.
March Against Monsanto, St. Louis Style Group gathers in Olivette as part of global solidarity effort.
Smash-and-Grab Thieves Hit Olivette Jewelry StoreThe crime happened about 5 a.m. Monday at Timekeepers jewelry store. Police gave up the pursuit after about six miles on Interstate 70 out of safety concerns.
Two Subways On Olive Hit In Smash-And-Grab RobberiesAs police were responding to one scene, a call came in from nearby Olivette that the same thing had happened at another Subway.
New Census Numbers Reveal Wide Disparity In Regional Education Levels80% of Ladue residents have college degrees, compared to 6.7% in East Alton.