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The shutdowns of the westbound I-70 ramp to northbound I-270 will take place at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Three officers accused of kicking and beating an undercover officer during a night of police protests, and another officer accused of lying to a grand jury to cover it up, pleaded not guilty to federal charges Thursday.
The Associated Press has won 31 Pulitzer prizes for photography, since the award was established in 1917. Each day we offer a curated collection of some of the best AP images that were captured from that date. Check out the
The hospital's first 27 patients were moved in from Washington University Hospital that morning.
Despite some concerns, backers say the bill still has enough votes to pass next week, before the Board of Aldermen breaks for the holidays.
The game will be held at 7 p.m. May 16 at Busch Stadium.
Our victims are better served being in front of other judges,' prosecutor says.
A new chief executive, and new leadership in the Missouri Legislature will open the door for passing PDMP, the governor said Wednesday.
Capone the cat was confiscated by the state, but is back with a Swansea family after they paid a fine and showed they had appropriate permits.
Residents near Lindell and DeBaliviere had complained that the trolley initially blared its horn in their area in violation of a 2013 agreement.
Schlafly Beer hired Pendegraft in 2015, taking over from longtime leader and co-founder Dan Kopman
Phillips 66 Gas shines light on diner in #smallsmallbiz effort
Family identified the woman as a mother of five.
We really are looking to you all to help us get out to your citizens that we've got clean it up, and we've got to reject it if it's not clean, representative of Waste Connection tells aldermen.
Trains are running normal service again.
Thomas Bruce made a brief court appearance Wednesday in Clayton for the brutal attack on a Catholic Supply store on Manchester Road. Photo by Robert Cohen/St. Louis-Post Dispatch
Thomas Bruce, 53, of rural Jefferson County, appeared in court briefly Wednesday morning.
Delays of up to an hour are possible, agency warned.
On Dec. 5, 1982, about a month after residents learned of dangerous dioxin levels in Times Beach, the town along the Meramec River was ravaged by a record-breaking flood.The flood damaged or destroyed most homes in the town.
Mobility Connection moves public housing voucher holders to areas with less poverty.