Democratic Senator Asks Drugmakers About Opioid Sales PlansSen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri said that sales of prescription opioids have quadrupled since 1999.
Area Prince Fans Snap Up Albums And Remember 'The Purple One'About his music: "It's amazing, it's phenomenal. I can't go a day without Prince."
Store Clerk Accused of Sending Explicit Photos to CustomersPolice say the first five women couldn't determine who sent the photos, but the sixth used a search function to determine the source.
Manning Spoils Fans Again, Might Walk Off as ChampionManning insisted the moments after the Super Bowl were no time to make his decision about retirement.
"Force" Flexes Its Lightsaber At The Box Office7th film in the series a record-setter.
Missouri Planned Parenthood Denies Abortion Record RequestThe St. Louis Planned Parenthood is the only Missouri clinic providing abortions.
Contract Worker Admits Destroying Some Military RecordsA contract worker for a national military records repository in St. Louis has admitted in federal court that he mutilated or destroyed dozens of the records.
#TBT: 'Hound Dog' is Recorded, But Not by ElvisThe original song was sung in 1952 by blues singer Ellie Mae “Big Mama” Thornton.
Three Weeks and No Documents From Taxicab Commission Sunshine RequestIt's been 21 days since KMOX submitted a Sunshine Law request for messages relating to the contentious Uber debate.
Attorney Says Baby Diane's Adoption Records Are FalseAttorney Albert Watkins says his client's child was born in Homer G. Phillips Hospital, not City Hospital where the adoption records state.
Homer G. Records Reveal Death Certificate, Birth MotherThe search of Homer G. Phillips Hospital records has revealed a death certificate for one mother's child, but another search is for an adult born at the hospital.
Records Pulled in Homer G. Phillips Baby CaseThe effort to get answers about possible stolen babies at a long-closed St. Louis hospital now includes another department in the city - the Recorder of Deeds office where public records are kept.