MoDOT: 'St. Louis Got Lucky' As Area Avoids Freezing RainJust north of the metro area and areas of Illinois have seen some road problems, but the slick spots are limited.
MoDot PSA Addresses Natural Bridge Crashes MoDOT releases a public service announcement to address the high number of fatal crashes along a four mile stretch of Natural Bridge Avenue in St. Louis City.
Budget Cuts Decrease Maintenance on Illinois RoadsThanks to budget cuts in Springfield, Metro East motorists are going to be seeing changes to the way their roads are maintained.
St. Louis City Puts a Cap on Downtown Runs and WalksAll the blocking of roads was getting to be an issue, so the city is clamping down on runs and walks.
Despite Warnings, Drivers Continue to Die on Flooded RoadsDespite public service announcements, warning signs, barriers and even gates at flood-prone crossings, the majority of flood deaths in America involve people trying to drive through water on flooded roads.
MoDOT Reminds Motorists to Respect BarricadesWith flood waters slowly leaving roadways across the region, MoDOT crews and police are having problems with some drivers "jumping the gun."
UPDATE: Crippling Ice Could Cause Widespread Power Outages, Dangerous RoadsKMOX AccuWeather Meteorologist Dean DeVore says we can expect to see the freezing rain to hit the St. Louis metro-area between 8am and 10am and freezing rain will continue throughout the day Friday.
MHTC Debates Reviving Cost-Share Program for Roads, BridgesThat cost-share program was suspended in January 2014 amid declining revenues.
Authorities Gear Up For New Year's Weekend Safety ChecksState officials say that 49 people died in crashes on Illinois roads during the New Year's holiday period from 2011 to 2015.
Illinois Road Projects to Halt in Face of Budget ImpasseState lawmakers' inability to come together on a new budget is having a lasting impact across Illinois.
Alderman Pushes for Speed Humps in Residential AreasSpeed humps are about 3 1/2 inches tall, but are much wider and more gradual than speed bumps.
WalletHub: Missouri, Illinois Opposite in Safety RanksMissouri and Illinois are the 42nd and 17th safest states in the U.S. respectively, at least according to a list from WalletHub.