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Firefighters said nobody was injured after a fire broke out at a condo in unincorporated south St. Louis County Sunday morning.
Kirkwood police arrested a St. Ann, Mo. man Friday for a fatal February hit-and-run on North Kirkwood Road.
A driver suffered minor injuries after his dump truck went off road and rolled over in a low-lying area south of Eureka early Friday morning.
Wildwood's City Council could vote, as early as their March 24 meeting, on a legislative lobbying services agreement with R.J. Schurr and Associates, a consulting firm based in Jefferson City.
An overnight wrong way driver goes for almost 20 miles before police are finally able to get him stopped.
The City of Clarkson Valley in west St. Louis County has a motto: "Less government is good government."
If it weren't for the fact that lives, as well as tax dollars, are involved, the ongoing saga of what the fate of Central County Emergency 911 will be could be likened to a soap opera.
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St. Louis County police say a man and his son were found dead in a state park near St. Louis.
Former Missouri Senator Jane Cunningham has the support of a number of local Republicans who have asked her to run for St. Louis County executive, but the county GOP's Central Committee has not made any endorsement in that race.
Boeing is making a big investment in the future of the Normandy School District by giving a $150,000 grant to an organization dedicated to early childhood education.
The bill, sponsored by Rep. Chris Kelly, D-Columbia, would allow anyone over the age of 21 to use, grow and sell marijuana legally.
While serving as foster parents for Love a Golden Rescue, a Wildwood couple discovered something that led them to launch a special dog rescue organization of their own.
Johnny's owners , Travis and Gina Sheridan, are taking him on a tour of the 250 birthday cakes strewn about the region in honor of the city's sestercentennial.