St. Louis Urban League President Added to Civil Rights Hall of Fame A big honor for a local non-profit leader.
St. Louis Olympic Legacy Committee Celebrates 1904 OlympicsThe committee has been working with the International Olympic Committee and plans an announcement at the start of next month.
Facebook Community Boost will Offer Training for St. Louis BusinessesThe program manager says they'll offer extended training for small business owners.
Parkway West Teen Loses Battle With CancerA memorial service for Brynn will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 13, at the Purser Center on the Logan University campus, 1851 Schoettler Road in Chesterfield. All are invited to attend.
11-Year-Old Goes National With Creation of Books 'n Bros Book ClubA Hazelwood boy is trying to catch his breath after being featured on CNN Heroes last weekend on its list of Young Wonders.
Ferguson Empowerment Center To Host Holiday PartyRecently-opened facility was built on site of QT that was burned down by rioters.
Protestors Disrupt Key SLCC Board MeetingMeanwhile, tentative deal reached that may reduce number of teacher layoffs.
Ferguson Department of Justice Holding Q&AFerguson residents can tell the mayor how they feel about progress in their community tonight
4th Annual Fall Fest Starts This Weekend on S. GrandA celebration of community and neighborhood this Saturday on South Grand.
Trump Says Tax Overhaul Will 'Bring Back Main Street'He promised that it would be "pro-growth, pro-jobs, pro-worker and pro-American."
Rep. Franks Pushes Back Against Greitens Crime PlanState Representative Bruce Franks told KMOX's Mark Reardon impoverished neighborhoods already have a strained relationship with police.
Cities With Large Black Populations Rely More On Fines For Revenue, Study FindsElecting more black people to local government can prevent police from disproportionately ticketing black communities, according to a new study.