Severe Weather, Tornado in Forecast Wednesday EveningAfternoon and evening storms expected to be more severe than Wednesday morning showers.
NWS Hydrologist Expects Some Floods in St. Louis This WeekNational Weather Service Hydrologist says St. Louis residents should still watch for "moderate to mild" flood levels.
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.
Forecasters: 63 Million Should Have Eye Out for Bad WeatherIt appeared Monday that Missouri, southern Illinois and northern Arkansas would face the greatest severe weather threat.
7th Church in 2 Weeks Scorched in St. LouisJenkerson said the fire was "methodical" because the rectory front door does not have cameras, and the church does.
First St. Louis IKEA Customers Enjoy a 'Party Atmosphere'Store manager John Achillea says he expects thousands of people when IKEA's doors open this morning.
Police Video: Protesters Throw Rocks, Bricks at PoliceSt. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson promised to show the public a video from the front line of police at his news conference Wednesday regarding the protests at Page Avenue and Walton Road in north St. Louis.
UPDATE: 9 Shot, 4 Dead in Overnight St. Louis-Area ShootingsWe're learning more about the latest night of gun violence in the St. Louis area that resulted in four murders and the wounding of five others.
UPDATED: Woman's Body Found After Jefferson County Flash FloodingA nearby hospital was also evacuated when water entered the building.
Missouri Prepares For Execution, Another Date SetThis Wednesday will be Missouri's fifth execution in five months, which could be a record for the year.
Mo. Man To Be Sentenced In Federal Sex Slave CaseA southwest Missouri man is heading to federal court to be sentenced for keeping a young woman as a sex slave for six years.