13 Muslims Sue in St. Louis Over Citizenship VettingThe lawsuit alleges the program holds aspiring Muslim citizenship applicants to a higher legal standard and illegally bars them from upgrading their immigration status.
US Gives Directive to Schools on Transgender Bathroom AccessThe directive is in formal guidance being sent to school districts Friday by the departments of Education and Justice.
E-Cigarette Poisonings Surge in Young Children, Study SaysWhile most kids weren't seriously harmed, one child died and several had severe complications including comas and seizures.
Ferguson Council Could Soon Accept DOJ Reform DealThe 131-page consent decree is intended to correct problems identified in last year's Justice Department report.
Deadly Storm System Scatters Damage Across the SouthThe storms killed at least three in Mississippi, two others in Tennessee and one in Arkansas before the worst passed Wednesday night.
Illinois With Largest Population Decrease in the CountryIllinois is still the fifth largest state in terms of population, but could be passed up soon.
St. Louis Gas Prices Cheapest in Six YearsThe cheapest gasoline in St. Louis right now is $1.75 in South City.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Nick Alexander Vianney SwimmingIn 148 individual high school races, Nick Alexander won 137 of those. On November 7 at the state championship he set new records in the 200 Individual Medley and 100 backstroke.
AB InBev CEO to Defend 'Beer-Hemoth' Merger in CongressSome senators on the panel are specifically concerned about what will happen to the craft beer market in the U.S.
Durbin Wants Rauner to Meet The RefugeesRauner was among many governors to say their states would suspend efforts on resettling refugees from Syria.
Illinois Retailers Say Buying Sudafed is Too RigorousThe new argument is that Mexico is a bigger supply of meth than, say, a local chemistry teacher gone bad.
U.S. Soccer and St. Louis Cards React to Paris AttacksU.S. Soccer and the St. Louis Cardinals are reacting to the violence in Paris.