The developer plans to turn the former brewery into apartments and retail space.
Missouri’s prison system provides about 25 million meals to inmates each year.
“If Eric Schmitt wanted to sell farmland to communists in China, he should’ve become a broker in Beijing.”
The teen was shot in the foot. A man was also killed in a double shooting around the same time less than a mile away, but officers said the scenes were not related.
The former assistant chief sued the department in federal court last year, alleging he resigned in 2019 after repeatedly clashing with the chief.
Dawan Ferguson was sentenced to life in prison in the 2003 murder of his disabled son. He had also been sentenced last week to life in prison for sexually abusing children.
Alderman Joe Vaccaro said he was alarmed by reports that six people had died in custody between April and earlier this September.
A man was shot and killed just before 4:30 p.m. Monday in the 1500 block of North 13th Street
Teens trying to escape from the city's juvenile detention facility injured a staff member so badly he had to be sent to the hospital, police said.
Kirkwood administrators banned 14 books in response to a new state law, the third-most of any school district in St. Louis County after Rockwood and Lindbergh.
“It’s truly a windfall and unexpected,” St. Charles County Assessor Scott Shipman said.
Tuesday’s announcement reflects continued growth in the state’s economy.
UNIVERSITY CITY — Officials here are seeking $7 million to offer to buy out 24 houses and one apartment complex ravaged by flooding along the River Des Peres in late July.
Brandon Holbrook, 30, had been jailed since Sept. 16. Officials said they aren't sure how he died.
On Sept. 27, 1817, on Bloody Island in the Mississippi River across from St. Louis, Thomas Hart Benton felled a political foe with his pistol
Troubled kids taken against their will to religious boarding schools in Missouri: Why are there no rules?
Child advocates call for federal regulations to curb the practice of ‘gooning.’
Manchester is planning to move out of its historic city hall building.
Rep. Tracy McCreery, an Olivette Democrat, seeks to link Dr. George Hruza, a Huntleigh Republican, to the state’s abortion ban.
The bill was passed despite experts telling the Legislature how damaging it would be.
Police say the double shooting happened in the 5100 block of Gulf Ridge Lane.