Judge Rules Ameren Missouri Plant Violates Clean Air ActU.S. District Judge Rodney Sippel's ruling Monday could require St. Louis-based Ameren to install additional pollution control equipment at the Rush Island power plant in Jefferson County.
New Section of Arch Grounds Open TodayStarting Tuesday, visitors are invited to explore the new North Gateway section of the park, which is the former site of the old Arch parking garage.
Grant to Fund Research at Washington U, PennThe goal of the collaboration announced Monday is to identify and harness the mechanical functions of plants and animals at the cellular level.
Maplewood Defends Its Case Against Alice Hezel's Wild YardMaplewood officials say they want to set the record straight in regards to the case of Alice Hezel and her garden, which they say violates city ordinance.
VIDEO: World's Leader in Plant Science Grows in St. Louis' BackyardA new $45 million wing is helping this St. Louis company stand out as the largest plant science institute in the world.
UPDATED: Illinois Panel OKs Medical Marijuana for 8 Health ConditionsAn advisory board voted Wednesday to add eight health conditions including chronic pain syndrome, autism, osteoarthritis and post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of illnesses that can be treated by medical marijuana in Illinois.
2 Petitions Planned to Ease Missouri Marijuana LawsSupporters think 2016 will be the year Missouri joins 23 other states and the District of Columbia in approving medical marijuana for more than just some Epileptic patients.
Mo. Laborers of Atomic Bombs Earn Illness CompensationsThe U.S. Department of Labor has already given over $11 billion nationally to those affected.
Top 6 Mosquito Repellent Plants To Keep Pests AwaySummer means it’s time to fire up the grill and invite friends over for a barbecue, but it seems like unexpected guests always crash the party. No, not your in-laws — we’re talking about pesky bugs
Choose Mother's Day Flowers That Will Live LongerLet your gift stand out by choosing flowers and plants that will last beyond the second Sunday in May.
Scientists Suggest Sound as Possible Alternative to PesticidesUniversity of Missouri scientists suggest that one day we may be able to use sound, rather than pesticides, to protect plants from harm.
Overnight Freeze Could Threaten Spring BloomsIt's supposed to dip below freezing tonight, and some plants and trees might not survive.