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Black History Month starts next week.
It soon could be harder for Missouri voters to change the constitution after the House passed initiative petition legislation Thursday.
There is outrage after a middle school basketball team from East St. Louis is forced to forfeit a state sectional playoff game after their bus broke down.
The recycling bins are overflowing outside St. John’s Lutheran Church and School in Red Bud, Illinois.
Recreational marijuana sales will start statewide as soon as Friday. The state of Missouri originally set the date for Monday, but announced a last-minute change on Thursday.
For some, it seems like only yesterday when we learned former Freeburg High School teacher Sam Shelton tried to snap the neck of a 17-year-old student. He was having an affair with the teen.
Relatives of 77-year-old Kathleen Kinkel are grieving the loss of their loved one. They also want answers.
Detectives are turning to technology to help find answers to unsolved homicides. Billboards, posters, and cards created by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department now feature QR codes.
The St. Louis Cardinals' opening day may seem a ways away on March 30, but Busch Stadium is already preparing for the new season.
South St. Louis County residents contacted the You Paid For It Team to get answers about the shape of their roads.
Snow, freezing rain, sub-freezing temperatures—all have been in the forecast. So how is St. Louis CITY SC growing new grass during the heart of St. Louis winter? It is all thanks to science.
A Pontoon Beach, Illinois, man has been charged in connection with the death of an East St. Louis woman who disappeared in 2013.
The St. Charles Police Department is searching for a suspicious man who went door to door overnight wearing no clothes or shoes.