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.
Don't Shop on Cyber Monday Until You Have a Delivery PlanFirst, think about how to protect your online purchases from being stolen by porch pirates.
STL Fire Department Braces for Thanksgiving FiresFire Chief Dennis Jenkerson understands that it's a time to celebrate, but encourages people to not be a "walk away cook."
Halloween Safety TipsHalloween is a fun night of trick-or-treating for kids and a big responsibility for parents keeping them safe while crossing the street.
Deadly NJ Train Crash Prompts Safety Measures in STLMetro Transit Executive Director says they have an interactive speed control system in place.
St. Louis Police: Suspected Carjacker Killed By Car OwnerSt. Louis police say a suspected carjacker was shot to death by the would-be victim.
Former Dispatchers Warn Ferguson PD's Stretched Too ThinClaim the safety of officers and citizens are at risk due to cuts.
MoDOT Seeks Volunteers for St. Louis Roadway StudyThe study will take about two hours and everyone who participates will be paid $30.
Real-Life Superhero 'Citizen Saint' Patrols North St. Louis County StreetsSelf-described "concerned citizen" spreads the message to keep lights on, bad guys out.