Woman Stabs Boyfriend, Walked to Store to ConfessPolice say Shanita Pettigrew, 40, stabbed her boyfriend at their home along West Florissant Ave.
State Senator Says Boeing Shouldn't Get Missouri Tax CreditsSen. Eric Schmitt says Boeing shouldn't receive any tax credits after agreeing to sell 80 passenger jets to Iran Air.
Tests Raise Concern About Drinking Water in St. Louis AreaReports say Missouri American Water Co. has the second-highest level of a likely carcinogenic chemical in its drinking water.
Teens React to Tobacco 21 LawNow that "Tobacco 21" is the law, how are teens reacting?
Tobacco 21 Measure Signed in St. Louis CountyTo pick up a pack of smokes or refill your vape, you'll need to flash an I.D. that proves you're older than 21, instead of just 18.
Endangered Person Advisory17-year-old male missing from St. Louis County.
St. Louis Reacts to Monsanto-Bayer AG MergerHow the blockbuster acquisition will impact homegrown Monsanto's influence in the St. Louis region?
St. Louis County Receives $4.7M Grant for Promise Zone InitiativesDesignated "promise zones" in north St. Louis County and City are getting nearly $5 million to help combat violence and poverty.
Horse-Drawn Carriages Trotting Along in St. Louis City, CountyToday, Kirk's attorneys filed a restraining order against the MTC.
St. Charles Co. to Discuss Proposed Prescription Monitoring ProgramThe St. Charles County Council meets tonight to address a proposed prescription drug monitoring program.
UPDATED: Boil Order LiftedMissouri American Water says tests confirm that the water is now safe for consumption.
Controversial Apartment Project Sent Back to the Drawing BoardJHB Properties has been pitching the idea of a 232-unit apartment complex, but hundreds of local residents have signed a petition to block the development.