Old Courthouse Offers Hands-On Activities for Black History MonthHow could the courts have ruled against Dred and Harriet Scotts' bid for freedom? Head to the Old Courthouse downtown on weekends this month for a chance to re-enact the case and decide for yourself.
Hundreds Mark MLK Jr. Birthday in St. LouisProgram, march and prayer service honor slain civil rights leader.
Immigrants Become U.S. Citizens in St. LouisFriday's group of 24 came from 16 different countries
5 Historical Facts You Didn't Know About St. LouisFun historical facts and trivia about St. Louis from controversial court decisions, sports before Cardinals baseball to cultural legends like Chuck Berry and gooey local treats
Parks Group Reports Gateway Arch Credit BreachHacks took place at Levee Mercantile shop, Arch museum store, and registers at Old Courthouse & Grant Historical Site.
Protesters Shut Down Streets in Downtown St. Louis, Storm City HallThe protesters have made their presence felt downtown - about 200 of them first gathered on the steps of the Old Courthouse, holding a mock trial for St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch and police.
Two Men Killed in Monday Afternoon Shooting IdentifiedTwenty-four-year-old Jonathan Saddler and 22-year-old James Lane, both of St. Louis, were shot and killed at 4th and Market streets.
King Day In St. Louis: Community Leaders Renew Call For End To ViolenceOld Courthouse annually plays host to one of the largest King Day observances in U.S.
Trayvon Martin Protestors Gather at Old CourthouseAbout 100 protestors gathered on the steps of the Old Courthouse, upset with the "not guilty" verdict for Florida neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman in the death of teenager Trayvon Martin.
Lead Halts Work on Old Courthouse Restoration work at the historic Old Courthouse on hold after a positive test for lead.
New Americans in St. LouisFifty-four took the Oath of Citizenship at Friday's naturalization ceremony at the old courthouse.
Pre-Civil War Era Slave Auction Re-enactment HeldRe-enactors on the steps of downtown’s Old Court House, Saturday, took time back to an event that happened on those steps on a regular basis between 1828 and 1862.