Former WashU Dean Pleads Guilty in Child Porn CaseA former dean at Washington University has pleaded guilty to federal child porn charges
Online Petition Against Creve Coeur Lake Development Gathers SteamOriginal goal of 5,000 signatures already surpassed, names to be presented to U.S. Park Service.
Costco Cheaper Online Than Amazon, Market Study FindsCostco has been found to be cheaper than Amazon, showing the former has positioned itself well to challenge the latter in years to come.
New Online System Helps Doctors Treat Cancer PatientsA new study finds an online reporting system helped doctors respond more quickly to their cancer patients treatment issues.
Metro Makes Call Logs Available to PublicAdding more security officers is not the only change being made by Metrolink after a rise in crime on its trains and platforms.
Florissant Man Arrested for Sexual Exploitation of a Minor21-year-old Samuel Barney is jailed in Saint Louis County, pending extradition.
Walmart Offering Discounts for Online PurchasesWalmart will expand the price cuts to more than one million items by the end of June.
Cardinals 2017 Hall of Fame Nominees Include Carlton, McGwire, Izzy, RolenFans can vote online starting today, through April 14, and the two players with the most votes will be inducted into the Cardinals Hall of Fame this August.
Schnucks Begins Home Deliveries In Partnership With Instacart29 area locations, including the Metro East, will offer "Schnucks Delivers" service.
Wash U Ends Men's Soccer Suspension for 'Sexually Explicit' MessagesThe men's team was suspended in December, two days after the women's soccer team filed a formal complaint.
Greitens Slams Health Care Expenses in New $27.6 Billion BudgetMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens says tax credits and high costs for health care have caused state budget problems.
Could Missouri Students Work from Home on Snow Days?House Bill 127 would allow for "alternative instruction plans" to be sent home for students on snow and sick days.