Highway Patrol: Missouri Speeding Tickets Reach 6-Year HighThere was a 24.5 percent increase in Missouri drivers who were cited for driving 20 mph or more over the speed limit last year, according to the Missouri Highway Patrol.
Trump's Son May Have Broke New York Law While VotingIt is also illegal to take a 'ballot-selfie' in Missouri and Illinois.
Sex Offenders Banned from Playing 'Pokemon Go' in NYOne senator asked game makers to greater steps to ensure the virtual Pokemon creatures don't pop up near offenders' homes.
CBS, NYT Survey: America Split on Transgender Bathroom RulesThe results were also sorted by the voter's gender, age, geographic location and others.
Poll Says American Teens Feel Addicted to PhonesFamily Therapist Dr. Russell Hyken says families should all dock their electronics at night for charging in a place away from the bedroom.
Black Jack Bans Use Of Phones, Hand-Held Devices Behind The WheelFines will range up to $500, based on the judge's discretion.
Witnesses: Teen Shot By 11-Year-Old Was Selling a PhoneJazmyne Clark, 18, who lives two doors down from the shooting, says the 11-year-old was on the front porch when he told the 16-year-old to approach him.
Officials Warn Community of New Phone Scam Jefferson County Sheriff Glenn Boyer is warning the community of a scam that is currently circulating causing concern because of the hot weather.
FCC to Phone Companies: You Can Stop Unwanted RobocallsTired of automated phone calls urging you to vote for a certain candidate or pitching you a cruise vacation? You can now tell your phone company that federal regulators say it's OK to block them.
Man Charged in Shooting Officers in Ferguson Discusses It In Jail AudioThe attorney for the man accused of shooting two police officers during a demonstration in Ferguson expressed surprise Wednesday at audio of jail telephone calls in which his client appears to confess.
Ameren Warns Customers of Phone ScamImpersonators pose as Ameren employees and tell customers their power will be turned off unless they make a payment using pre-paid money cards.
County Police Say Ten Percent of 911 Calls Are AccidentalAnother common occurrence, according to St. Louis County Police, is calls from businesses which require employees to dial "9" to reach an outside line.