Lambert Renovations on Trump Infrastructure List -- That's News to LambertA recently obtained document shows a handful of Missouri projects, including Lambert and KCI.
Judge Rules Ameren Missouri Plant Violates Clean Air ActU.S. District Judge Rodney Sippel's ruling Monday could require St. Louis-based Ameren to install additional pollution control equipment at the Rush Island power plant in Jefferson County.
57-Year-Old Man Dies After Being Tased by PolicePolice were called to an Oakville home where a man was hitting himself with a frying pan.
Multiple Anit-Trump Protests Planned at Sen. Blunt's Office TuesdayThey're calling it 'Resist Trump Tuesday' and peaceful rallies will be held outside Senator Roy Blunt's St. Louis office in Clayton.
American Water Says Cloudy Water in St. Louis, St. Charles Isn't DangerousMissouri American Water says it's not a health concern, what you're seeing is tiny oxygen bubbles.
Family of 7 Rescued From House Fire, Smoke Alarm Wasn't WorkingThe children range in age from 10-months to 5-years-old, they all, including the parents, were taken to a hospital in critical condition.
Police: Man Stabs 3 Others Inside Car in St. LouisA 25-year-old woman was driving the car that included the 27-year-old suspect, and another man and woman.
St. Louis Charter School Success Threatens DiversitySome charter schools in St. Louis are starting to worry that their increased popularity is making it difficult for them to stay accessible to low-income students.
Parkway 3rd-Grader, Cancer Survivor Named Ace Hardware All-StarRoxie Schopp was given a 35 percent chance of survival when she was 3 years old -- now she has no evidence of the disease and is being nationally recognized for her fight.
Congregation Returns to St. Louis Church Damaged by ArsonistServices took place Sunday at the Greater St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church for the first time since the building was nearly destroyed in a fire in July.
Thousands of Women Prepare to March on Washington, St. LouisIt is estimated there could be more than 1,000 Missourians headed to Washington D.C. to march.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Cardinals Winter Warm-UpFor 21 years Cardinals Care's biggest event has raised millions of dollars and has used it to positively impact the St. Louis community.

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