The temperatures in St. Louis are about to soar to triple digits and it can be especially dangerous for our furry friends.
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There’s a new push to decriminalize drugs nationwide by Congresswoman Cori Bush. She unveiled legislation Tuesday that would treat illicit drug use with health-centered approaches, instead of resorting to handcuffs.
St. Louis County Prosecutor Wesley Bell says the pandemic has created a tremendous backlog of cases and needs additional staffing to help keep the community safe.
Latasha Smith has lived and worked in the Dutchtown neighborhood for five years and has made it her mission to help improve the neighborhood she calls home.
“We’ve seen an almost 50% increase in adolescents and children presenting to the urgent care."
Xayvion Hawkins should celebrate his 2nd birthday this coming Monday. But he will never blow out the candles, won’t smile and dance with his brothers and sisters. He was killed Saturday night in a hit-and-run in Jennings.
A busy night of shootings across St. Louis and a rising homicide rate are two reasons why State Rep. Nick Schroer plans to echo lawmakers on the west side of Missouri in a call for a special session in Jefferson City this summer to address public safety.
The concrete barricades blocking parking spots around Kiener Plaza and narrowing streets around Downtown will remain in place until the city and the police department can come up with a more permanent solution.
The mass vaccination site at The Dome in Downtown St. Louis will close on June 1 and the large scale site at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park and the site in Dellwood will end June 15 as health departments shift to a more localized approach.
After a tough year, St. Louis Public School seniors celebrated the end of high school with a bit of fanfare. The students received their diplomas on the field of Busch Stadium, the first time ever for the home of the Cardinals to host a graduation.