2016: New York Terror Suspect Arrested in St. Charles CountyThe Uzbek national who's accused of using a truck to kill eight people and injure a dozen more in New York City had his own trouble with the law in Missouri.
Illinois Officials Share Thoughts on Charlottesville RiotsGovernor Rauner and Congressman Davis say that what happened in Charlottesville goes against American ideals.
Local Muslims Post Anti-ISIS BillboardThe aim is to make the Muslim condemnation of terrorism clear to a wider audience.
Bi-State Members Of Congress Remember 9/11Sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks
7,000 Flags to be Posted on Art HillThe 7,000 men and women killed in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq will each be commemorated with a flag posted on Art Hill from Sept. 6 through the 11.
TIAM Sunday July 3rdTerrorism, Tarzan, a special birthday and holidays.
St. Louis Alderman Who Has Been To 'Pulse' Worries About FriendsShane Cohn believes anti-LGBT legislation played a role in the attack.
Local Forum Focuses on Brussels Terror AttackA top terror expert says in the wake of events like the Brussels attack, you can't let fear overwhelm you.
Local Disaster Planners Answer - What if it Happens Here?Police Chief Sam Dotson says the world is full of "soft targets", so there is no way St. Louis could become immune to an attack.
Missouri Weighs Ban on Investments in State Terror SponsorsSenators gave initial approval Wednesday to the legislation.
Being Prepared: Terrorism Response Training In St. LouisSaturday's hands-on event was one of the largest of its kind ever held in the city
Missouri Attorney General Candidate Pushes Terrorism BillsSome legislators are worried altercations during protests could be prosecuted as acts of terrorism, under the new bills.