Several St. Louis suburbs have earned praise from Niche.com as the "best places to live in Missouri." In fact, each of the state's Top 10 in Niche's new list are St. Louis municipalities.
An Alton man was recently convicted of child sex crimes and sentenced to 45 years in prison.
A controlled fire is taking place at a north St. Louis cemetery.
A longtime fan-favorite in St. Louis was treated to a warm welcome back and a nearly teared up during a standing ovation Tuesday evening.
"I showed up to the last game, walked into the gates, and people started going crazy. I started going crazy and feeding into the energy. Then City got that big win."
HAZMAT crews are at the scene of a crash Wednesday morning.
The American Red Cross is calling on the people of St. Louis to roll up their sleeves Wednesday morning.
The search continues for 32-year-old Joshua Amos from Granite City.
Farmington police have issued an endangered person advisory for 12-year-old Lisa Mae-Gladys Pierce.
DraftKings at Casino Queen are also holding a job fair Wednesday.
Unite's 'Arrive Alive Tour' will be at the city's high school Wednesday.
Affinia Healthcare wants to provide more help Wednesday.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson plans to speak with advanced practice registered nurses Wednesday.
The Iron County sheriff is set to appear in court Wednesday morning. Sheriff Jeff Burkett was arrested last week along with two other deputies for multiple felony charges.
Fire crews are at the scene of a fire at a local laundromat Wednesday morning
Crews are at the scene of a vacant building fire in midtown, St. Louis Wednesday, morning.
A manhunt is in progress after a man is suspected in the killings of two people in Troy, Missouri. Davionne McRoberts has been identified as the person of interest.
Residents in the St. Louis County town of Glendale are rallying in the wake of tragedy. They're doing it for beloved garbage truck driver Patrick Mack after his daughter, 28, was murdered over the weekend.
A group of St. Louis area parents says the rights of transgender children are under attack, but they're fighting back.
Recent train derailments involving hazardous materials are raising concerns about what we know is coming through our towns. St. Louis Fire Chief Dennis Jenkerson says we need more answers.