Customers Shocked by Water Bill After Hot, Dry SummerRussell says if you had a green lawn in 2017, you used a lot more water.
Hidden Valley Confident Zip Lines Will Open This SummerJason Boyd says both sides agreed to modifications to the zip line plans in Tuesday's meeting with the Planning and Parks Committee.
U.S. Soccer May Create Another International Tournament With Non-World Cup TeamsThe US, Italy, Chile, Netherlands and Cameroon are some of the world's top clubs that won't be at Russia 2018, but they may hold their own tournament.
Fair Saint Louis Returns to Arch Riverfront Next YearA video was posted by Fair Saint Louis to announce the move back to it's original site.
Fontbonne Scientist's Summer Program Wants More 'Girls in Science'Every summer for two weeks, Dr. Kelly Lane-deGraaf opens her lab at Fontbonne University for her free girls-in-science summer science experience.
Two Local Companies Team Up to Cool Down St. LouisThe EnergyCare van will be picking up and distributing nearly four dozen air conditioning units throughout the St. Louis area.
Teen Boys Wear Skirts to Class in Protest of School's Dress CodeGirls are allowed to wear skirts, but boys can't wear shorts on hot days -- a wrong a group of teen boys in England attempted to right.
St. Louis County Library Expands 'Recycled Reads' ProgramThe county library now offers used books for you to read in about 60 locations in the area.
Late Summer Start Expected for Loop trolleyOperators are eyeing a late summer start of passenger service on the trolley line.
As Temps Rise in STL, Health Officials Warn of Heat It's that time of the year again to be aware of the heat.
Your Ultimate Guide To SummerBe prepared for the start of the season with our guide to the hottest happenings, best beaches, and helpful tips to help you make this summer the best yet.
Missouri Ranks 42nd in Providing Summer Meals to ChildrenThe report notes when school lets out for the summer, millions of low-income children lose access to nutritious meals.