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Through social media, we are connected. But are we really connected?
Illinois residents hoped to get answers Wednesday about the SAFE-T Act, which goes into effect on January 1, 2023.
Investigators with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department say they have a person in custody who may be responsible for a third of the 69 burglaries reported in the city in just the past month.
St. Clair County, Illinois, hoped to have new outdoor warning sirens in place by June 2023.
A pedestrian was killed at the intersection of Chambers Road and Green Valley Drive just after 6 p.m. Tuesday in Ferguson.
Shelters in St. Louis will have 130 beds available starting on Thursday, Dec. 1 for unhoused people in need of help during the winter months.
St. Louis' historic legal settlement with Rams owner Stan Kroenke and the NFL has officially been "divvied up."
Illinois lawmakers are currently considering some tweaks to what is commonly known as the Safe-T Act.
The St. Louis County Council is fixing its budget problem by not filling nearly 400 positions next year.
The storms in our lives can cause us concern, but they can also create something beautiful.
The board of the St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Authority, which owns the domed stadium where the Rams played before leaving for Los Angeles in 2016, approved an agreement announced Nov. 22.
A new drug can slow the effects of Alzheimer's, according to a report published Tuesday in The New England Journal of Medicine.
St. Louis County leaders are set to make a major announcement Wednesday morning about the county reducing its carbon footprint with its fleet vehicles.