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.
Scary Price Tags on Halloween Pumpkins This YearAgriculture expert says farmers all across Missouri are growing fewer and smaller pumpkins this year.
St. Charles Boy Scout Awarded for Saving Girl from DrowningJohn “Jack” McClain, a high school freshman, is being awarded a lifesaving award for his heroism.
Anheuser-Busch to Deliver 50,000+ Cans of Water to Firefighters in WashingtonA truck loaded with water will arrive early this week in Wenatchee, Washington. Columbia Distributing, the local Anheuser-Busch distributor, is working with the American Red Cross and Chelan County Public Works to distribute the water.
Coleman Appointed to Missouri Utility Regulation PanelColeman currently is director of the state Office of Community Engagement.
2015 Rain, Floods Waterlog Illinois FarmsThe conditions are rated “good to excellent” for only 55 percent of the corn and 47 percent of the soybeans.
St. Louis Vet Reminds Pet Owners to be Aware of Extreme Heat TodayDr. Curt Venator says ice cubes aren't harmful to give your pets, but made for pets ice creams treats are a better idea.
Wet Weather Causes Mold Buildup Inside HomesMold that usually is outside gets pushed inside and can begin growing on sofas, mattresses, carpeting and towels
St. Louis County Tests for West Nile Virus, City Does NotArrighai says since West Nile Virus is endemic to Missouri, St. Louis city no longer tests for it "because we know it's here."
UPDATED: Woman's Body Found After Jefferson County Flash FloodingA nearby hospital was also evacuated when water entered the building.
Army Corps Prepares for Potential Levee TroubleNear the end of the wettest June on record in St. Louis, Hunn is monitoring river levels with a wary eye on some of the lesser levees that protect farms and towns, from St. Charles to Clarksville.