Gun Violence De-Escalation Centers Unveiled Across CityThe centers are located at four churches around the St. Louis area, and will be open every Tuesday.
City Voters Expected to Show For Tight RacesThere is a tip for voters who want to skip the long lines at Tuesday's polls.
NWS Hydrologist Expects Some Floods in St. Louis This WeekNational Weather Service Hydrologist says St. Louis residents should still watch for "moderate to mild" flood levels.
Roads Closed, Flood Warnings Issued Across IllinoisThe West Alton Mayor says the Mississippi will top the town's levee by 4 1/2 feet, and pretty much the whole town will be impacted.
Mayor Slay Calls For Sandbaggers in South St. LouisRiver Des Peres is expected to reach its second highest level after the 1993 flood.
Mehlville, Kirkwood Schools Want Tax Increases Out Of Voting DayProp R in Mehlville, and Prop A in Kirkwood is a 49 cent, and 78 cent increase respectively.
St. Louis Gets a Chance to Make Pitch to Keep the RamsAll 1,500 available seats for the hearing Tuesday night at the Peabody Opera House were taken last week.
Man Shot During Armed Robbery In FergusonTwo armed men shot victim after robbing him early Tuesday.
SABMiller Agrees In Principle To Merger With AB InBevA combined company would have total annual sales of $73.3 billion.
Tax Amnesty Offered to Missourians TuesdayIt's estimated 350,000 taxpayers could be eligible for the program.
Nearly 150 Arrested Monday, No Shootings OvernightI-70 shut down, federal courthouse blocked and frozen water bottles thrown at police, but no shootings on Monday.
Prop 1 is a Lonely Measure on Tuesday's City BallotAn estimated 10 percent of voters are expected and Prop 1 needs a two-thirds majority vote to pass.