Ice Storm 2017 Has Sunday EffectsSome flights and church services cancelled
Pesky Ice Storm Possibility To Linger Into SundaySt. Louisans woke up Saturday to find rain, but temperatures didn't get as cold as anticipated
Missouri Leaders Praise Response, Warn More to ComeMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens thanked the state's residents for heeding warnings to stay off roads during an ice storm but warned that the danger will last in parts of the state through Sunday.
MoDOT, Highway Patrol Thank Those Who Stayed Home, Worst Still to ComeMoDOT says one sign that worse conditions are on the way is the fact that road shoulders are beginning to freeze.
What's Flying Off St. Louis Grocery Shelves Ahead of Ice Storm?Gigantic checkout lines, barren bread shelves and alcoholic essentials.
Cardinals Caravan Cancelled Friday and Saturday Due to WeatherThe team still currently plans to make the Cardinals Caravan stops scheduled for Sunday and Monday, but are closely monitoring forecasts and staying in communication with state and local authorities.
Regional Superintendents Call Off Friday Classes in Anticipation of IceThe decision to cancel classes Friday was unanimous across the St. Louis region, Rockwood Superintendent Dr. Eric Knost says -- definitely within St. Louis city and county.
MoDOT: Ice Storm Could be the Biggest in 10 YearsMoDOT says its preparations are comparable to the floods that hit in December of 2015.
NWS, MoDOT, Ameren Gear Up as Freezing Rain Heads to STLThe trouble begins Thursday night and into Friday morning for counties south of St. Louis, and then the freezing rain slowly moves north into the St. Louis area by midday Friday.
Potential Ice Storm: Bracing for Freezing Rain and Icy RoadsA 1,000-mile swath of the Central U.S. is bracing for a dangerous and potentially destructive ice storm forecast to reach the St. Louis-area Thursday night.
Baby, It's Cold OutsideSt. Louis in the grips of one of 2016's most-frigid spells
Stranded Motorists Find Comfort at Metro-East ChurchNew Life In Christ Interdenominational Church was refuge from slick roads.