Local Business Owner Pleads Guilty in Tax EvasionHe wrote large dollar-amount checks to himself off those accounts without reporting it to the IRS.
Missouri K9 Friends Lobby Against 'Dangerous Dog Ordinance' in FlorissantThe 'dangerous dog ordinance' in Florissant prohibits pit bulls, Missouri K9 Friends president says they will be at every City Council meeting until the ban is repealed.
Dairy Queen Closes Illinois Store After Owner Uses SlurDairy Queen has closed one of its stores after police say he used racial slurs in an angry confrontation with a customer.
Mizzou Vets Find Harmful Chemicals in Canned Pet FoodThe recommendation, limit your pets consumption of canned products.
Dozens of Rescued Dogs On Their Way to St. LouisSome of the dogs are underweight, while others have eye and skin infections.
St. Louis Mayor Slay Sends Letter to NFLSaying he was "struck by multiple inaccuracies and misrepresentations" in Stan Kroenke's relocation request, St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay has sent a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell defending St. Louis.
Mayor Slay on Kroenke: 'I Have Never Met This Man as Mayor'Slay: "I talked directly with Eric Grubman at the NFL. He told me, in our discussion, that they love St. Louis as a market for the NFL. They do not want the Rams to leave."
LAX Could Keep Inglewood Stadium Proposal GroundedThe FAA has expressed concerns that the stadium would be too close to the LA international airport.
Dog Lost for 3 Years to be Reunited with Owner in ArizonaA pit bull that was missing for three years has been found at a Rogersville animal shelter and is set to be reunited with her owner now living in Arizona.
World's Largest Catsup Bottle Will Remain As-Is In Collinsville"This is an icon of Collinsville," he says. "It's a part of this building and the Brooks' heritage, and we're just happy to be here with it right now."
City Health Inspector Indicted for BriberyFederal prosecutors say a St. Louis city health inspector has been indicted in a kickback scheme.
Springfield Man Pleads Guilty to Investment Fraud SchemeA Springfield man pleaded guilty to an investment fraud scheme that cost three victims more than $1.1 million.