STL Native Leaves White House, Assigned to Political GroupKatie Walsh has been assigned to help bolster Trump's outside political group - America Policies First.
Chesterfield CEO Speaks with President TrumpShe was at the White House with the President and Vice President Monday, and on Wednesday, Lisa Nichols, CEO of Technology Partners of Chesterfield, was at a state capitol meeting with Gov. Eric Greitens.
Chesterfield CEO Visits the White HouseThe CEO of a Chesterfield company spent time at the White House yesterday with nine other women business leaders from across the country.
Missouri Twister Was On The Ground For MilesA 24-year-old Perryville man died when the vehicle he was in was blown off of Interstate 55 and he was ejected.
Second Weekend Of Local Rallies Against Travel BanSaturday's began outside the federal courthouse in downtown St. Louis
Governor Greitens Visits Vice PresidentTwo Republicans discussed job creation as well as the effects of the Affordable Care Act
Missourians to Take Part in Inaugural Activities, Ceremonies At least a couple prominent Missourians will be playing a high profile role in Friday's Inaugural Ceremonies.
20 Things You Didn't Know About Past Presidential InaugurationsA lot has happened on Inauguration Day in the past 228 years, since George Washington's first ceremony.
St. Louis-Native Named Trump's Chief of StaffWalsh, 32, was an architect of the Republican National Committee’s massive voter identification and get-out-the-vote operations that Trump campaign advisers credit for helping the Republican win in November.
Obama Issues Pardons, Commutations in Missouri-Related CasesSix federal inmates serving time in Missouri-related drug cases are getting their sentences shortened by President Barack Obama, and three others got pardons.
Republican Success Opens Door to Amending U.S. ConstitutionRepublicans already control Congress, the White House and more governors' offices than they have in nearly a century.
Lincoln Museum to Host 'Pets in the White House' EventThe second annual "Pets in the White House" event in Springfield on Sept. 17 will feature a public pet parade.