Missouri Exit Poll: Trump, Clinton Both Seen as DishonestLook into the attitudes among Missouri voters and breakdowns on how they made their choices on Election Day.
Maplewood City Council OK's Proposal For New Raising Cane'sNeighbors spoke out prior to vote about potential noise and traffic problems at busy intersection.
Report: Black Missouri Drivers Still Get Stopped More OftenFurthermore, police continue to arrest and search black and Hispanic drivers at rates ``significantly higher than white drivers, even though white drivers are more frequently found to have contraband,'' according to Koster's analysis.
Maplewood Bans Businesses Similar to Social House IIOrdinance passed into law Tuesday night targets nudity in businesses that serve alcohol.
Family Claims St. Louis Police Pointed Guns At KidsA family member says the car was pulled over for no reason other than possible eye contact with a passing officer.
Student Research May Rewrite Jasper County Civil War HistoryDukes says his research shows white Union soldiers with the 2nd Kansas Volunteer Artillery Battery did not abandon black Union soldiers of the 1st Kansas Colored unit when they were ambushed on the farm by 70 men led by Confederate guerrilla leader Thomas Livingston, as was previously believed.
Colors of France Coming to Soldiers Memorial; No Plans for ArchAt this time, there are no plans to illuminate the city's national monument - the Gateway Arch.
Wash U Study: Racial Disparity in Local Autism DiagnosesWash U child psychiatrist Dr. John Constantino says African-American children are also more likely to be misdiagnosed with a less serious condition.
It's Time To Count The White Squirrels In OlneyGrowing concern that they might be dwindling toward extinction.
'White Only' Sign Auctioned by GoodwillThe sign has been removed from the site.
Missouri Highway Patrol Trooper Killed in AccidentJames Bava was reportedly attempting a traffic stop in Audrain County, west of Mexico
NAACP to Offer Free Legal Aid to St. Louis County ChildrenDetails of the program will be unveiled Friday during an NAACP-sponsored community leadership brunch near St. Louis, a week after the U.S. Department of Justice released a report critical of the county's family court system that handles about 6,000 youth cases each year.