Mizzou QB Drew Lock Puts NFL On Hold, Will Return Next SeasonLock says he is coming back in part because he felt a sense of "responsibility and loyalty."
Mo. House Rejects Funding Proposal for Senior, Disabled CareDemocrats claim is was simply a one-time fix for a long-term program.
Illinois' Top High School Wants to De-Commit from IlliniJeremiah Tilmon requested to be released from his commitment to Illinois due to the head coaching change.
WATCH: No. 1 Basketball Recruit in Illinois Signs With U of IJeremiah Tilmon of East St. Louis High School signed his letter of intent Thursday, after rumors spread of his mind changing.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: John F. Kennedy SoftballThe Celts softball program says the pressure was on them to make their last year, before the school closes, memorable.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Deckard Triplets, Civic Memorial FootballThe gifted linemen in Bethalto, Illinois make sure any interested college recruiter knows one thing — it's all of us, or none of us.
Table Tennis Keeps Illinois Retirees YoungAfter a few rounds, the men take a break for cans of Sprite and a batch of brownies.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: De Smet Jesuit WrestlingIt's a new era for the De Smet Jesuit High School Wrestling program under head coach Colby Robinson.
Former Senior Center Employees Accused of Stealing Resident's CarA couple of former senior living center employees are accused of stealing one of the resident's cars and driving to Colorado, where they were going to "leave Missouri behind and start a new life."
Tale of Two Cities - Report Shows Racial Divide in St. LouisSt. Louis gets good marks for stability and affordability, but low marks for racial disparity in the latest report from the East-West Gateway Council of Governments.
Video Allegedly Shows Planned Parenthood Doctors Discussing Selling Aborted Fetus OrgansA video posted on YouTube allegedly shows a Planned Parenthood employee giving prices for a fetus' organs.
Housing Facility Proposal Prompts County ChangesOakville residents were outraged when St. Louis County planned to build low income senior apartments and did not properly notify neighbors. Now the county is changing the way it notifies residents of public meetings and hearings.