Drone Restrictions Lessen for News PurposesThe Federal Aviation Administration approved the commercial use of drones this week.
New Study Shows Pot Use Down in Teens, Up for AdultsNumbers are on the decline as more states have legalized and decriminalized pot, but adults using the drug has increased.
Subcommittee On Police Use Of Force Holds First Hearing"Only in the protection of a human being is deadly force allowed."
Records: Ill. Athletics Part of $1.5M Vehicle Program An open records request has found that 57 University of Illinois athletics employees, including coaches, administrators and wives, are part of a program in which car dealers provide them use of $1.5 million worth of vehicles.
St. Louis Fire Capt: Drones Would Help Save LivesSt. Louis Fire Department Capt. Gregg Favre says a drone would be able to get on the scene of a reported body in the water in minutes.
Monsanto Invites Neil Young to Visit St. Louis HeadquartersMonsanto is firing back at rocker Neil Young over his mini-documentary that criticizes the St. Louis company for suing a farmer over his use of the company's Roundup Ready soybeans.
Nixon Vetoes Missouri Bill to Limit Local Wage, Bag LawsMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Friday vetoed legislation that would have blocked cities from raising local wages and restricting use of plastic bags, a move Nixon called a "power grab'' by state lawmakers.
Missouri House Approves Change to Standard for Deadly ForceThe House's vote Friday sends the bill to the Senate, where activity has been stalled this week. Legislators face a 6 p.m. Friday deadline to give final approval to bills.
Another Forum On Teen Heroin Use TonightBegins at 7 p.m. at Oakville High School.
Man Shot By St. Louis Police Officer Charged, Remains HospitalizedCharge alleges suspect was armed with knife, lunged at officers when he was shot.
"Click It or Ticket" Campaign Stresses Seatbelt SafetyOfficials push safety message in advance of Click It or Ticket campaign May 23-June 5.