Has Progress Stalled for a Safer Metro-Link System?The safety issues seem to be having an impact - MetroLink has lost 20 percent of its ridership in the last three years.
American Water Says Cloudy Water in St. Louis, St. Charles Isn't DangerousMissouri American Water says it's not a health concern, what you're seeing is tiny oxygen bubbles.
Congregation Returns to St. Louis Church Damaged by ArsonistServices took place Sunday at the Greater St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church for the first time since the building was nearly destroyed in a fire in July.
McDonald's Robbers Enter, Escape Using Drive-Thru WindowOne suspect, armed with a gun, forced four or five employees into a backroom as others employees hid in safety.
Monkey Bars Alert: Playground Concussions on the RiseAlmost 10 percent of children 14-years-old or younger had traumatic brain injuries including concussions.
Collecting Teddy Bears For Kids In TraumaCollinsville 8th grader making a difference in the region
University of Chicago Calls Off Classes Over Online ThreatStudents who live on campus are advised to stay indoors.
St. Louis Fire Chief Backs Idea for Regional Fire DistrictThe study from the group Better Together says one district covering the entire region would improve response time and save money.
Asbestos Discovery Halts Arch Museum ConstructionThe Arch areas open to the public are safe for visitors.
St. Louis Water Leaves Residents with Earthy TasteWater Commissioner Curt Scouby says it is safe to drink, but they have had a lot of complaints about the taste.
The Smartphone Apps Kids Use to Share Private Information, PhotosWiber says kids are unafraid to share personal information with strangers online that they would never share with strangers on the street.
57 'Structurally Deficient' Bridges in St. Louis Still Open"They are still what we would consider safe," says MoDOT engineer Joe Molinaro.