Faith & For the Sake of All is partnering with CareSTL Health to provide free COVID-19 testing to the hardest hit areas of the St. Louis region.
As the winter months approach, a federal grant is helping low-income families ensure they're able to pay their utility bills and keep the heat on.
The Gateway Arch is searching for the best photos of the monument to be included in a 55th birthday commemorative collage.
Finally! Walmart+ launched last month on Sept. 15.Amazon Prime now has some competition for the ever-increasing number of online shoppers who are looking for fast delivery options. Walmart just debuted its own paid membership service, called Walmart+. Walmart+ memberships cost $98 per year o…
SSM Health is offering free, drive-thru flu vaccination clinics across the St. Louis region. The clinics will be held on two separate Saturday's in October.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is partnering with the Missouri National Guard and local health departments to offer free COVID-19 testing.
A 40-year-old man is facing charges, accused of fatally shooting his girlfriend and her 6-year-old daughter, and wounding two other children at an apartment in Jennings.
After Holt High School beat Fort Zumwalt West Friday night, their strength and conditioning and defensive backs coach Aaron Smith went home not feeling well.
For many little girls, dressing up like a princess, meeting a bunch of princesses and even having a princess party is like a dream come true.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – St. Louis has a new urgent care facility that deals specifically with mental health and substance abuse patients.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- On Friday, you can help fight childhood cancer by dining out or grabbing carryout for the 10 restaurants taking part in World Without Cancer Day put on by Pedal the Cause.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- The American Red Cross is in urgent need for hundreds of volunteers for national deployments as the country heads into hurricane and wildfire season.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) - Baseball in July should be hot, humid, hours-long games where fans crowd Busch Stadium cheering on the Cardinals as they make their push to the playoffs.
Job seekers will drive up and interview with a recruiter on the spot about many of our open positions, all while practicing safe, social distancing and masking protocols.
The St. Patrick Center, a non-profit that provides a number of homeless services, is worried about a spike in homelessness.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) - Now that courts are back in session, deputies in the St. Louis City Sheriff’s Office are gearing up to carry out evictions after a three-month hiatus.
Stray Rescue of St. Louis is offering a reward for anyone who has information leading to an arrest after a dog died from severe injuries.
With face masks becoming more prevalent during the coronavirus pandemic, we've heard from a lot of you who have questions about their use. We sat down with an infectious disease specialist to get the answers to your frequently asked questions.
Police are searching for suspects who they say looted several buildings and set fires in St. Louis City during a night of unrest in early June.
(KMOV.com) -- May 28 is National Burger Day! Whether you think it's a sandwich or not, the hamburger is one of the staples of summertime and us Americans love them.
Officials with POWERplex said the former St. Louis Outlet Mall in Hazelwood will host some of St. Louis' top bands on the stage and you will be able to listen to them safely from a private pod around your car.
An anti-depressant used for treating obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is showing positive results in the early weeks of a drug trial at Washington University School of Medicine.
“When people do not feel a sense of connection, a sense of belonging, a sense of significance, lots of bad things come from that."