Wind Chill Advisory Issued For Holiday WeekendColdest temps in 7 years could drop to -25 in some areas.
Fire Breaks Out At Salvage YardFire struck a north St. Louis junkyard late Monday afternoon, and high winds made battling it that much harder.
Ameren Missouri Plans Billion-Dollar Push Into Wind, Solar EnergyAmeren Missouri President Michael Moehn says this is a 'coming-of-age' for these renewable energy sources.
Airplane Tipped Sideways During Landing at Spirit of St. Louis AirportThe plane sat sideways on the runway with a wing tip on the ground.
Wind Energy Firm Trying Again for OK of Cross-Country LineMissouri Public Service Commission rejected Clean Line Energy's request in July 2015 while questioning its local benefit.
Missouri Chamber of Commerce Backs Multi-State Power LineChamber President is endorsing the Grain Belt Express Clean Line which has approval in Kansas, Indiana and Illinois.
Storms Damage one of the Salvation Army's 'Tree of Lights'The Salvation Army says that the tree directly across from the U.S. Bank Plaza (7th and Washington) suffered irreparable damage and was removed Monday evening.
Sunday Notebook: Open Speed Traps, Leishman's PerspectiveDan Reardon has his main story lines from Sunday and what to watch Monday in The Open Final Round.
Winds Rip Part of Roof Off St. Peters City Storage ShedsWinds damaged the roofs of two storage sheds in the public works yard in the 100 block of Boone Hills Drive.
Hail, Winds, Possibly Tornadoes May Be Heading to RegionA cold front approaching Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri is expected to bring hail, strong winds and the possibility of tornadoes to the region less than a week after meteorologists reported no tornadoes in the United States thus far in March.
St. Louis Area Expects Severe WeatherForecasters are calling for storms throughout the day involving hail, high winds and possibly tornadoes.
Coroner: High Winds Blamed for 2 Deaths in Metro-EastThis week's wintry weather may have played a role in the deaths of two women after their homes lost power.