Bond Set for Man Accused of Online Threats Toward MizzouJudge Kimberly Shaw agreed during a Wednesday court appearance to give him the opportunity to post bond and stay with his parents in their Lake St. Louis home.
Third Mo. Man Charged with Posting Threats to Attack College CampusTyler Bradenberg, 19, allegedly posted, ``I'm gonna shoot up this school,'' on an anonymous messaging app Wednesday.
What Are Sports-Betting Sites like DraftKings and FanDuel Up To?"The daily fantasy sports industry has maintained that their product is 100 percent legal because of a carve-out provided in a federal law known as the Unlawful Internet [Gambling] Enforcement Act of 2006," Wallach says. "There's a carve-out for fantasy sports."
Missouri Auditor Investigates School's Cyber SecurityThe state's auditor says in the past 10 years more than 250 schools have had a data breach or compromise, several of those in Missouri.
Cards' Playoff Tickets Go On Sale At Noon ThursdayWild Card and Division Series playoff tickets go on sale at noon on Thursday at cardinals.com.
Local FBI Supervisor Rarely Surprised in Child Porn ChargesSt. Louis has the largest Crimes Against Children task force in the country with 21 agents.
Common Core Test Results Are InMissouri students appear to be doing better in several subjects, according to newly released annual MAP test scores. The national Common Core guidelines were fully implemented for the first time last school year.
Mizzou Offers Online IncentiveSome students taking internet courses could qualify for 10% tuition discount
Nation's First Virtual Health Center in St. LouisPatients don't have to leave home and doctors don't leave the office.
St. Louis County Unveils Online Interactive Budget to PublicIn just a few clicks you can find nearly every expense of St. Louis County in 2015.
Man Accused of Using $476K in Employer's Funds for StrippersJohn David Berrett, 40, of Gilbert, Arizona, was indicted last week on five counts of wire fraud.
Astros GM Luhnow Disputes Details Related to Hacking ProbeHouston Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow says the notion that poor password protection is to blame for a computer hack of his team's player database is "absolutely false.''