Convention Goers Have No Complaints About St. Louis SafetyAny worries about the frequency of violent crime in downtown Saint Louis were quickly put to rest, according to attendees of a Catholic Educators national conference at America's Center.
Boat Dock Bill Aims to Promote Electrical SafetySenator Jake Hummel's bill requires those that own a body of water to prohibit swimming around any boat dock or marina and ramp up electrical code compliance for all docks and marinas.
St. Louis Officials Meet Today to Discuss Metrolink SafetyAfter two fatal shootings on Metrolink in recent weeks, local leaders huddle today to talk about new security measures for the light rail line.
Lyda Krewson Discusses Important Issues in First 24 HoursWith just one day as Mayor-elect of St. Louis under her belt, Lyda Krewson is already facing tough questions about the city's future direction.
Families of Workers Killed on Job Urge Work Zone Safety"I can assure you the amount of time it takes to slow down and proceed through a construction zone safely, will not take near as long as it will to recover from losing a loved one or having to live with knowing you have taken someone's loved one."
MetroLink Says Turnstiles Are Too ExpensiveMetro's been asked about turnstiles and fences before, and their response has been that it would be too expensive. But the chorus is growing louder.
Metrolink Shooting Raises Questions of Increased SecurityMetrolink riders are beginning to grow wary after an innocent bystander at the Busch Stadium Metrolink platform was shot in the head from a gun fired inside a train and hospitalized in critical condition.
Reports: Chiefs Sign Berry For Big Money, Release CharlesBerry has reportedly received the most guaranteed money among all current NFL safeties.
Legislation Would Require Illinois Schools to Test for LeadThe new bill applies to schools built before 2000 with Pre-K through 5th grade classes, requiring them to test for lead in kitchen sinks and drinking fountains.
New St. Louis City Sheriff to Focus on Safety, Training, MoreOn January 1, Vernon Betts was sworn in as the city’s 26th Sheriff, and second African American in the seat.
WalletHub: St. Louis 8th Best City to Celebrate New Year's EveIf you were planning to head to New York City for the ball drop on New Year's Eve, you might have a better experience in St. Louis.
Suspects Charged in Downtown Christmas Eve Armed RobberyA St. Louis-area woman is living in fear since she was attacked on the parking lot of her downtown church, late Christmas Eve night.