Rataka Lamonze Marshall, 46, was jailed Monday morning in the St. Louis County Justice Center in lieu of $25,000 cash bond.
Public hospitals have found a way to avoid open-records laws. Now, a trustee of one of those hospitals is challenging the system.
The Hoffmann Family of Companies had ambitious plans to turn Missouri wine country into an area rivaling Napa Valley. Local leaders are now raising questions.
St. Louis’ payment problems trace back to technology, lack of training, turnover and a leader who rarely shows up, City Hall insiders say.
The Illinois State Police said the driver of an SUV died at the scene of the shooting about 10:50 p.m. Sunday.
A 24-year-old man on Saturday morning robbed his father at gunpoint in the city's Jeff-Vander-Lou neighborhood, police said.
A new plant climate map has been released for the first time in a decade; Track temperatures in Missouri
The newest plant hardiness zone map shows the impact that climate change will have on gardens and yards across the country. Here's recent temperature and precipitation in Missouri.
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State Sen. Angela Walton Mosley and husband, state Rep. Jay Mosley are named in a lawsuit filed last month. Court date is set for Wednesday in St. Louis County.
St. Louis County Day event since 2015 Saturday. About 30 adoptions were finalized over just a few hours.
ST. LOUIS — A man accused of shooting and killing a man last year in the city’s Shaw neighborhood was found mentally unfit for trial and will be sent to a state facility to receive further evaluations, a judge ruled…
An 18-year-old charged with killing a Clayton man wasn't properly monitored by his GPS ankle bracelet on a pending charge, officials say.
The new rule would be unenforceable under current state law.
"Steeple Jack" shared stories of his exploits with newspaper readers several times, including after a 40-foot fall in 1898.
The stock market hasn't been kind to St. Louis' first ag-tech unicorn.
Calling all cannabis connoisseurs, the Cannabis Cult is seeking people prolific in pot as it launches its first blind marijuana “taste” test.
Rumors swirled about new shipments and arrivals of batches of the moon-faced dolls. Shoppers shoved and grabbed, all to get hold of a Cabbage Patch Kids doll.
USFN is a national, non-profit trade group representing mortgage banking attorneys for more than 30 years. The Award of Excellence program began in 1993.
The Missouri Hospital Association is a not-for-profit association in Jefferson City that represents 140 Missouri hospitals.
The average long-term US mortgage rate falls yet again. See where home sales are headed in St. Louis
As mortgage rates rise, they can add hundreds of dollars a month in costs for borrowers. Here are the most recent home sales trends in St. Louis.