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“All of us need that money now to keep us afloat. We all have mortgages and car payments and children to take care of. We could use that money to float on.”
A rapidly-growing homeless camp outside St. Louis City Hall was dismantled Monday evening.
Ameren Illinois and Spectrum utility workers restored power and internet to homes in Dupo after flames spread from a garage fire to a power pole.
Some Florissant citizens are in an uproar over the city’s plan to trade 30 acres of land at Koch Park for land owned by a housing developer.
An autopsy reveals a man found dead at the St. Louis City Justice Center in August died due to a lack of insulin and dehydration.
Investigators with the Ferguson Police Department hope the public can help identify two suspects believed to be involved in a deadly shooting outside a fast-food restaurant.
Sixty-seven-year-old Danny J. Smith was known as Pastor Dan at St. Peter’s United Church of Christ in New Haven, Missouri. He was supposed to take the pulpit this past Sunday.
The FBI is investigating what appears to be a noose hanging from a tree at a home in St. Charles County.
While the weather may say something different, it’s October, and that means pumpkin season.
Homeless advocates met at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Soulard on Monday morning to discuss bringing forward an unhoused bill of rights to the St. Louis Board of Aldermen.
A young man from Virginia has become a viral sensation on TikTok.
An oversight board for St. Louis City detention facilities is meeting Monday after an inmate died at the St. Louis City Justice Center on Saturday.
A bill that would destigmatize homelessness and support the unhoused is expected to be introduced Monday.