In an affidavit Wednesday, Dr. Jane Turner said she reviewed the 2008 trial testimony of Dr. Phillip Burch centering around the key question: when did the four shooting victims die?
Kristopher Burns-Jackson, 25, pleaded guilty Monday to second-degree murder and armed criminal action in the death of 23-year-old Monay Phillips.
But efforts to outlaw public drag performances in Missouri appear less likely to advance.
The city could be forced, if a recent court ruling stands, to refund between $25 million and $50 million per year in earnings taxes charged to nonresidents who started working from home during the pandemic, according to the St. Louis…
St. Charles Republican wants to take local control of police away from the citizens of St. Louis.
Cool Valley mayor "retires from politics" via email, but impeachment hearing proceeds without him.
A former St. Louis County jail official was sentenced Thursday to 18 months in federal prison for engaging in a pandemic relief kickback scheme.
Health care startup Tcare said it will move to a larger office in St. Louis city that will help the company nearly triple its workforce.
Voters in St. Louis County and 35 county municipalities will decide on the April 4 ballot whether to put a 3% tax recreational marijuana sales.
The rapid pace of the legislation reflects concern about a possible abortion-rights measure on the 2024 ballot.
Politico reports that Schmitt has rubbed fellow GOP members the wrong way with an attempt to grab a seat on the powerful Senate Judiciary Committee.
The medical examiner has not positively identified the body found in the remains, but Bob Kramer's family and friends assume he has died.
The fire was reported about 5:15 a.m. Thursday at the home at 1425 First Avenue.
The victims survived with help from police, a former trauma nurse on the parking lot and a firefighter who was a retired Army medic and had a military-grade tourniquet with him.
Police recovered one of the carjacked vehicles Wednesday after a crash in Downtown West.
And yes, worlds collided when Mark McGwire kissed the ring of Pope John Paul II before a youth rally at the Kiel Center in St. Louis on Jan. 26, 1999.
St. Louis CITY SC’s Lee Broughton shares how a city rich in soccer tradition can take a unifying leap forward.
Sponsor believes with jobless rate so low, it should take less time to find new work.
A central Illinois man has been charged with setting fire to a Planned Parenthood clinic earlier this month. The U.S. Attorney's Office says 32-year-old Tyler W. Massengill of Chillicothe is accused of “malicious use of fire and an explosive to…
Two days after being appointed East St. Louis' interim city manager, Calvin Riley began firing key city employees.