On the 34th annual World AIDS Day, people across St. Louis honored those living with HIV by educating others and spreading awareness.
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Cooperation between police in St. Louis City and County continues to overturn clues in the area’s rash of smash-and-grab crimes.
Thursday morning’s deadly shooting on Interstate 55 appears to be another sign of the mental health crisis facing St. Louis and the rest of the nation. But there are also signs that efforts to do something about it in St. Louis are working.
Missouri lawmakers traveled back to Jefferson City Thursday to file legislation for the upcoming session that starts in January.
A St. Louis family demands an explanation after their 6-year-old son was left sleeping in the after-school van.
A Dellwood man appeared in federal court on Thursday and admitted cashing his dead mother's Social Security checks for the past 26 years.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing a public health alert over concerns that Jet High Prairie Meats and Fantasma’s finest fully cooked summer sausage products may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically plastic.
A first step into a larger world! Annie Malone Children and Family Services teamed up with Ducts And Drains to offer students a trade opportunity to learn HVAC systems and the skills necessary to start their own business. Besides this academic opportunity, Annie Malone helps people all throughout our community with emergency food, clothing, and [...]
The typical American household earns $64,994 annually, according to five-year estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau's 2020 American Community Survey (ACS).
A former teaching assistant at Saint Louis University appeared in federal court Thursday to admit blackmailing a student he once dated.
The national mental health crisis hotline, 988, is unavailable as of 4 p.m. EST Thursday due to a systemwide outage.
A St. Louis ordinance lets courts banish people from huge swaths of the city as a punishment for petty crimes. These neighborhood orders of protection often prevent people from accessing the services they need and raise constitutional questions.
An infant died after ingesting fentanyl last month in north St. Louis County. Three adults now face criminal charges in her death.
A man living in the Metro East region of Southern Illinois is facing child pornography charges.
Missouri will receive nearly $200 million to improve broadband access through the American Rescue Plan’s Capital Projects Fund.
A suburban St. Louis police officer who shot into a fleeing car, seriously injuring the driver, has been sentenced to three years of probation and ordered to give up his police officer's license.
The results of a Missouri audit show that there are problems with St. Louis' current water system, and suggest that customer rates should increase.
An investigation is underway after a man died in a Belleville crash Wednesday evening.
A man will spend 25 years in prison over a 2020 retaliatory drug murder in the Dogtown area of St. Louis City.
A new music event known as the Evolution Festival is coming to St. Louis in 2023. The festival is planned from Aug. 26-27 at Forest Park.