WalletHub Ranking Finds Illinois is a Happier State Than MissouriThe personal finance website measured things like emotional and physical health, safety concerns, obesity and divorce rates and income levels.
Workplaces Call for More Safety After TV Reporters KilledNews Director Scott Brady in Springfield, Mo., says there is an element of "it could happen to us."
5 Dangerous Regulations Missing in SportsToo many athletic associations and governing bodies of sports are being reactive to tragic events.
FAA Looks to Set Drone Regulations for Public SafetyA Flight for Life spokesperson is calling on drone users to be more responsible on their own until FAA regulations are in place.
Missouri Patrol Says Accidents, Drownings IncreasedThe patrol says 30 people have drowned in Missouri this year, a total of 29 peopled drowned in Mo., in 2014
Police: Man Dies After Ambulance Jump, Resisting PoliceAuthorities said officers responding to a report that a man was standing in a street, yelling for police to be called, were told at the scene by the man's mother that her son was acting paranoid, and that she feared for her safety and that of her son.
Motorists Cautioned: Box Turtles on the MoveThe majority of turtles on the road right now are three-toed box turtles.
Aging MDs Prompt Call for Competency Tests at AMA MeetingWith one out of four U.S. doctors older than 65, the American Medical Association adopted a plan Monday to help decide when it's time for aging senior physicians to hang up the stethoscope.
Mizzou Pitcher's Injury Makes Headgear Hot Topic
Durbin Touts Railcar Safety PushAs crude oil shipping increases, U.S. senator wants old tank cars replaced sooner rather than later.
St. Louis Police Train Civilians to Observe and Report"What we are looking for is a complete non-confrontational program," Johnson says. "We just want people to observe and report crimes."
Metro Working on Increasing Safety for RidersMetro president and CEO John Nations says they're in talks with St. Louis city and county police.

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