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Boys had taken their mother's car keys without her knowledge, police say.
Man struck a traffic signal after exiting highway, police say.
Theater critic Judith Newmark teams with artist John Telford to help explain classic plays.
Dock owner submits only bid but will consider offers other than scrapping
Voters could see stormwater tax proposal if court agrees that fee is illegal.
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Chief Sam Dotson wants new officers to know neighborhood people up close.
Prize in Saturday night's drawing will be largest Powerball jackpot ever.
Spring cleaning comes to Sherpa's mailroom.
Police said they had no witnesses to the killing.
Russians say he was caught with spy gear.
The conclusion of the Missouri Legislature's four-and-a-half month session magnified the differences between the governor and Republican-dominated body and is likely to result in more vetoes t…
Hospital and UnitedHealthcare approach showdown on reimbursement rates.
Here’s how some of the major bills fared:
Delayed medal awarded
Three people were injured in two drive-by shootings within minutes of each other late Friday night in St. Louis.
Planning, driver cooperation credited near Blanchette Bridge rehab
Shearwater announces plans to close, while Jamaa vows to hang on despite financial troubles.
MINNEAPOLIS • A Minnesota judge has sentenced a St. Louis man to life in prison without parole for the fatal shootings of a Brooklyn Park, Minn., home day-care provider and her elderly parents…
Of two $1 million tickets bought in Missouri, one was purchased in St. Louis County.
Police said burn victim was "evasive" about how fire started.
A.J. Obara's interest in animals started when he was a child.
Safety meetings sparsely attended
WEBSTER GROVES • Firefighters quickly extinguished a fire Saturday on the roof of Webster Groves High School, officials said.
Union forces in Missouri, a state badly torn by divided loyalty during the Civil War, dealt with some pro-Southern citizens by banishing them to the Rebel lines.
Schools offer two different ways to earn college credits and save money; both options have positives and pitfalls.
Ever seen a room of 10-year-olds cheer to Peggy Lee's "Fever"?
Man with form of muscular dystrophy earns a Washington University law degree.
JEFFERSON CITY • Senate Minority Leader Jolie Justus, D-Kansas City, didn’t get her bill across the finish line Friday. But she still won a victory.