Bullets shattered a car window and one lodged in a head rest in what police have said was a road rage shooting in Hazelwood.
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Starting May 31, Chris Rongey and Kevin Wheeler will join Brennan's old partner, Amy Marxkors for "The Show," from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Plans for a new medical marijuana farm in the St. Louis suburbs could soon be snuffed out.
Authorities have asked prosecutors to charge a 26-year-old woman in connection to a fatal shooting Sunday night just south of Fenton.
John Robey, 94, was able to carry a gun into his wife's hospital room because Barnes-Jewish St. Peters does not use metal detectors, police said.
Cory Schmidt has been asked to produce copies of text messages with other tenants of the Hudson building about speaking with the newspaper.
Patients still need a prescription for the pills, which can be provided through a telehealth visit.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has scheduled a public hearing this morning on coal ash pollution, and will accept public comments by May 31.
On May 24, 1940, the first drive-in theater in the St. Louis area opened on what today is the spot of West County Center.
St. Louis police launched a criminal investigation but declined to provide details about threats against the Colorado Avalanche's Nazem Kadri.
The art of wrapping a casket in imagery is increasing in popularity as mourners look for memorable ways to celebrate their loved ones’ lives.
St. Louis teachers contract includes $10,000 in attendance bonuses paid out through the 2023-2024 school year.
Redevelopment plans for the Railway Exchange building have stalled for years because of litigation, but the city could wipe the slate clean.
A Madison man is facing three counts of first-degree murder and four other charges in connection with a fatal shooting Saturday in Granite City, police said.
Koplar Properties is proposing to build 293 apartments and a 360-spot parking garage on the southeast corner of Lindell Boulevard and Kingshighway.
As of Monday, the St. Louis Zoo no longer requires reservations.
Police on Monday identified the 93-year-old woman shot and killed by her husband in a Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital.
Someone at Hollenbeck Middle School in St. Charles has been diagnosed with active tuberculosis, health officials said, noting there is no cause for concern.
A person suffered life-threatening injuries after being shot Monday morning in the 700 block of Angenette Avenue, Kirkwood police said.
The J.M. Smucker Co. is recalling dozens of Jif peanut butter products over concerns about salmonella contamination.