New Pagedale Healthcare Facility to Open MondayThe facility will operate as a hybrid between a traditional doctors office that takes appointments and an urgent care. K
Latest Foreclosure Numbers a Mixed Bag for St. Louis AreaForeclosure starts drop below pre-recession levels. Repossessions still high.
St. Louis Co. Passes Police Standards Bill, Lawsuit Expected TodayMunicipal leaders say the requirements hurt small towns with limited resources.
Federal Lawsuit Questions St. Louis Suburb's FinesA public interest law firm is suing a St. Louis suburb in federal court over the city's ticketing for such things as mismatched curtains, how pedestrians use a crosswalk and where residents stage barbecues on their property.
Two Men in Pagedale Rolling Gun Battle in Critical ConditionTwo of three men wounded in a rolling gun battle in Pagedale Thursday night are in critical condition.
Pagedale Homicide Victim IdentifiedSt. Louis County Police say Fadil Hall was shot several times & left to die in roadway
Koster Sues 13 STL County Municipalities for Balancing Budgets with Traffic FinesMissouri's Attorney General files suit against 13 municipalities in St. Louis County for violations of the Macks Creek law, which prohibits municipalities from getting more than 30 percent of revenue from traffic violations.
Woman Dies In Pagedale Jail St. Louis County Police are investigating reported suicide
Storm Knocks Tree Through Pagedale HomeA 75-foot sycamore tree came crashing through the roof of a home in Pagedale after a round of severe weather hit the area on Monday afternoon.
Icy Road Blamed for MetroLink Train/Car Collision in PagedaleIcy conditions caused a car to slide into a MetroLink train Friday morning in north St. Louis County.
Trial Begins Today For Alleged Shooter in Investigator's DeathPolice say that Billy Cushshon-Bey and 18-year-old Jakeem Hicks approached Tyrone Thompson as he exited his SUV in 2010 but Thompson, a former Pagedale Police Chief, pulled a gun.
Flea Market Owner Indicted on Federal ChargesAccording to the indictment, Jack Frison Sr. knew that many of the vendors at Frison Flea Market were selling counterfeit goods and allowed them to continue doing so.