Colleagues of a teacher at an elementary school in North City say she went the extra mile to ensure the transition from virtual learning to in-person learning would be smooth amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Schnucks is partnering with the Pink Ribbon Girls of St. Louis and Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis to encourage women in underserved communities in the St. Louis area to get mammograms.
Melissa Tichy, a crisis counselor at Fort Zumwalt West High School, has made it her mission to make life easier for those around her.
One of the greatest rock bands of all time is hitting the stage in downtown St. Louis this weekend and the band's members are encouraging fans to get vaccinated.
From Saturday, September 18 - Sunday, October 3, the Pooper Troopers will be the charity of choice for the 4-Degree Guarantee. During that time, the Pooper Troopers will be accepting diaper donations either online or at a participating Aldi location.
The alma mater of fallen Marine LCpl. Jared Schmitz is honoring his sacrifice through a long standing senior class tradition.
St. Louis leaders and business owners teamed up to battle vaccine hesitancy in the area. Their message: "It's not political, it's critical."
A group of firefighters stopped in St. Louis on their cross-country bike ride to mark the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks.
A resource fair will take place Monday for veterans and active-duty military at the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville East St. Louis Higher Education campus.
There’s a local push to help a non-profit support by Cardinals Pitcher Adam Wainwright that works to raise money to meet the basic human needs of people in other countries.
Care STL is offering city residents to bring in their pet to get them microchipped, check their chip and to make sure its registered to your correct address.
The St. Louis Board of Aldermen is asking for residents to weigh in on how the city should use the first portion of the $500 million in American Recovery Act Funds.
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Juneteenth celebrations started in downtown St. Louis Friday afternoon with a luncheon by the St. Louis Black Chief Officers Committee. The luncheon began with historical African music and dance.