Jayson Tatum Partners with BGCSTL on Hurricane Relief ProjectTo honor the hard work of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis members collecting donations, Tatum has agreed to visit and have lunch with the local St. Louis Club that collects the most supplies.
Illinois See Fewer Cases of West Nile, Caution Still AdvisedFewer pools of mosquitoes and fewer dead birds across Illinois are testing positive for the virus this year compared to last year.
Local Man Leads Grassroots Harvey Relief EffortKyle Cobb was overwhelmed with donations for his trip to Houston.
How to Keep Your Plants Cool in the Summer HeatYou might be staying cool in this heat wave but your grass and your plants have no choice but to bake in the sun.
Tips to Keep Out of the Hospital in High HeatWith temperatures hitting the triple digit mark across the St. Louis area, the concern is over heat-related illnesses
Time Capsule Found Underneath Confederate MonumentThe capsule will be taken to a document conservation specialist.
'Jake The Diamond Dog' Needs to Be Employed by Major League BaseballMove over teenage bat boys and girls, "Jake The Diamond Dog is about to take everyone's job.
'Meeting of the Waters' Closed for RepairsThe water is gone from the Meeting of the Waters fountain across from Union Station
Jeff Co. Flooding Could be Considered a Disaster AreaEven though the waters are receding, some Jefferson County residents have a long way to go before things are back to normal.
Crews Begin Repairs to Eureka High School After FloodingThe superintendent says even though the flood was higher this time than in December 2015, the damage was less - just one gym floor ruined instead of three.
City of Arnold: 'Flood Did Not Do As Much Damage'The flood was a foot lower than the one in December 2015.
Flood Relief Volunteers Warned of Potential Health RisksFlood waters and standing water present several public health threats including infectious diseases, chemical hazards and injuries.