Distemper Outbreak Winds Down at Stray Rescue Animal ShelterThe month-long distemper outbreak at the Stray Rescue animal shelter seems to be winding down after claiming the lives of 40 dogs.
Stray Rescue Distemper Outbreak Claims 23 Dogs, 50 InfectedStray Rescue is still asking for people to come forward to act as "medical fosters," because dogs heal better in a home environment.
Biddle House Not Affected By Recent Synthetic Drug OverdosesEddie Roth with the City of St. Louis says the Biddle House serves the same population the New Life Evangelistic shelter, but has not seen any of those emergency medical calls.
Stray Rescue Asks for Help Adopting Dogs from ShelterAlthough no other dogs have died from distemper, about 35 are still being treated.
Distemper Outbreak at Stray Rescue Claims 18 PuppiesThe Stray Rescue shelter remains open but has suspended taking new dogs in.
Biddle House Opens, Anticipates End to Homeless ProblemsThe male-only facility believes in three to five years, St. Louis could be down to only a handful of chronically homeless persons.
Flood Victims Can Receive Help on Saturday in ArnoldThree weeks after the December flood, dozens of families in the Arnold area are still hurting.
Frigid Temps Drive More to Warming Shelters in St. Louis CountyFor the first time, the county has a 24/7 warming shelter in a partnership with the Salvation Army.
St. Louis Prepares to House Homeless in Winter MonthsWith the cold of winter rolling in, how is St. Louis prepared to handle with their homeless population?
250 Gallons of Dog Food Reported Taken from Missouri ShelterRepresentatives of the department call the crime ``selfish'' and say it affects homeless animals.
Purina Launches "Meet the Real Me" CampaignPurina is helping local shelters take better pictures of their dogs and cats as a part of the “Meet the Real Me” campaign. The campaign hopes to change the perceptions about shelter pets.
Judge Pushes for Settlement in Homeless Shelter's Lawsuit Against St. LouisNew Life Evangelistic Center sued the city after it forced them to shelter fewer than 35 of the usually 200 people every night.