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Thousands of kids go back to school Monday, August 22 in multiple districts on the Missouri side of the river.
There’s a new plan to start using a St. Louis landmark again after it sat empty and unused for most of the past three years.
A Pontoon Beach, Illinois business owner says he’s never seen a theft problem like this in his 20 years of business.
The City of St. Charles has shut down five of its seven wells due to contamination. It is reduced to two wells that are still open.
The St. Louis County government is grappling with a $40 million budget hole as another huge problem hangs over their heads.
Police are investigating the deaths of two 14-year-olds who were shot and killed in separate incidents in St. Louis on Saturday.
Mating season for deer means the mammals will be erratic, moving around more, and they could find themselves on highways.
Missouri's governor extended the drought alert through the winter months after more than half of the state is still experiencing a dry spell.
As the flu makes its way around the nation, those fever-reducing medicines are getting harder to find.
It this crazy show called “life” we all have a role to play. The question is: “Who is sitting in the director’s chair?”
The announcement comes a day before a town hall meeting where the public will have a chance to meet the candidates and ask questions.
Last fall, the county began seeking a nonprofit to run and improve its operations. The APA will officially take over the St. Louis County Pet Adoption Center on Monday, December 5.
Marvin Mitchell, senior financial planner and president of Compass Retirement Solutions, shared how taxes and market crashes can negatively affect one's retirement hopes.