UPDATE: STL Police Refute Union Claim That Less Than 1,000 Officers on StreetsThe union is warning fewer than 1,000 officers are actually armed and working the streets
Illinois Traffic Fatalities Expected to Reach 1,000 in 2016As of Friday, 629 people had died in vehicle, motorcycle, pedestrian and bicycle crashes in Illinois this year.
Alderman Pushes for Speed Humps in Residential AreasSpeed humps are about 3 1/2 inches tall, but are much wider and more gradual than speed bumps.
DOTSON: Police Will Stand Ready All WeekendSt. Louis Police are preparing for possible trouble on the streets after an autopsy shows the man shot and killed by police earlier this week was shot in the back.
Hundreds Come Together to Clean Up FergusonRoy Gillespie, of Teamsters Local 600, said volunteers tallied close to 400.
Slay Seeks Tougher Regulations To Combat Surge In Gun Violence"We need to send a message" to criminals, St. Louis mayor says.
As More Salt Goes On Roads, Costs Go Through RoofCosts for road salt have more than doug since mid-90's, local official says.
City Hall Launches Assault on Lingering Snow and Ice50 trucks will be out this weekend, spreading salt and sand to clear city streets.