Potential Price Hike for St. Peters Utility ServicesDespite the price increase, the new rate for St. Peters residents is still about $12 less than the second-lowest rate in St. Charles County.
Fishermen Save Drowning Boy at Carlyle Lake, Win Bass TournamentThe young boy was airlifted to a St. Louis hospital and his current condition wasn't immediately known.
IHSA OKs New Rules to Protect Players From Heat in PlayoffsThe IHSA piloted the rules during some of this year's baseball and softball state finals.
Carlos Martinez Gives Mark Reardon Cardinals' Home Run TreatmentMartinez definitely earns the name of his Twitter handle, @Tsunamy27.
Public Meeting Provides Update On Coldwater Creek Clean-Up EffortSome residents say they want more answers about possible cancer link.
Pacific Flood Victims Could Get Reprieve on Water, Sewer Bills"We're trying to do everything we can to be as accommodating to the citizens as possible, and most importantly get them the assistance they need to get back in their homes," said Mayor Jeff Palmore.
STL Water Department Assures Public of Low Lead LevelsCity Water Commissioner Curt Skouby says the city has no lead pipes, but there are some lead connecting pipes between the water main and some older homes.
Was There Adequate Warning About Rainstorm, Flooding Severity?NWS: "We knew we were going to get a lot of rain. Did we know we were going to set records? No."
Valley Park Wastewater Treatment Facility Pumping Water AgainPartial water treatment is expected to start by week's end, but full treatment will not be done until the end of next week.
Taum Sauk Collapses - 10 Years Ago TodayIn the middle of the night on Dec. 14, 2005, a massive wall of water poured down Proffit Mountain when a 700-foot section of the Taum Sauk dam gave way.
St. Louis Water Leaves Residents with Earthy TasteWater Commissioner Curt Scouby says it is safe to drink, but they have had a lot of complaints about the taste.
Illinois is Fracking Ready, But No One is Doing ItA new survey from Southern Illinois University's Paul Simon Institute suggests it's not welcome anymore.