Former Florissant Pastor Charged in Theft of Church FundsThe former pastor of Lindsay Lane Missionary Baptist Church allegedly began having an affair and needed the church's savings to pay the woman to remain silent.
Man Awaiting Sentencing Shoots Woman in St. LouisSt. Louis police say a man awaiting sentencing for a previous gun crime robbed a woman of her purse and shot her.
5 Wildest Possibilities in Rams vs. Redskins SundayLike every unscripted athletic drama on Sundays, you never know what could happen.
Man Charged in Plot to Bomb Sept. 11 Memorial in MissouriJoshua Ryne Goldberg, 20, was arrested and charged with distributing information relating to explosives, destructive devices and weapons of mass destruction, the U.S. Attorney's Office said Thursday.
Historic Downtown St. Louis Hotel to Re-open in SeptemberAfter being shuttered since 2011, the original Hotel Lennox – once known as St. Louis’ tallest hotel – will re-open Sept. 2, the same day that the hotel originally opened in 1929, as The Courtyard by Marriott St. Louis Downtown/Convention Center Hotel.
'Q in the Lou' Barbecue Event Launches This FallBarbecue event at Soldiers Memorial will run September 25 through 27.
Auto Union Fuels Nixon's Funds After Right to Work VetoMo., representative says Governor Nixon accepted $50,000 for his veto of the Right to Work bill.
LouFest 2015 Lineup AnnouncedBig names from the music industry include The Avett Brothers, Hozier, Ludacris, Young the Giant, and '80s rock star Billy Idol.
Police Do Not Request Criminal Charges in Fatal Officer-Involved ShootingThe Force Investigative Unit has concluded its investigation into the fatal shooting death of Kajieme Powell, and the findings have been referred to the Circuit Attorney’s office.
WATCH: Jack Buck's 9/11 PoemVideo of Jack Buck's 9/11 poem at Busch Stadium.
McCaskill to Lead Senate Hearing on Militarization of Police DepartmentsU.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill plans to look deeper into the militarization of local police departments. She announced today that she will lead a Senate hearing in September to do just that.
Officials Report Declines in Missouri Unemployment RateNewly released figures show Missouri's unemployment rate declined in September and October and now stands at 6.5 percent.