Missouri

(St. Louis, MO) -- The annual March to Arch is considered successful once again. The event is held every year in St. Louis to honor those who died on September 11, 2001. The 21 mile march started at 9:11 a.m. in Town and Country. Those who took part walked down Clayton Road...
(St. Louis, MO) -- A St. Louis union president will be sentenced in December after he was convicted of embezzlement. Anthony Davis was found guilty on Thursday for stealing 41-thousand dollars from the Mail Handlers Local 314 Chapter. Prosecutors said the 51-year-old O'Fallon...
(Ferguson, MO) -- A Catholic soccer league has moved it games from Ferguson for the rest of the season. The decision was made after a shooting happened Saturday not far from a game near Blessed Teresa of Calcutta. People at the scene said there were about six shots fired. Police...
(Gillespie, MO) -- A judge has awarded close to ten-million dollars to the Gillespie School District. The ruling comes from a lawsuit against Union Pacific Railroad concerning a mine that sunk, which ruined the Benld Elementary School in 2009. The rail company was the successor...
(Holly Hills, MO) -- A home health care worker says she was handcuffed by St. Louis Police and verbally assaulted while visiting a patient. Sesil Schodroski claims that last Thursday she was in a home in the Holly Hills community when three officers came into the residence and...
(Springfield, IL) -- Illinois lawmakers want police in every town and city across the state to wear body cameras. State Rep Jehan Gordon-Booth says they've been working to make that possible for quite a while, but the need has been heightened since the Michael Brown shooting in...
(Jefferson City, MO) -- Dozens of people from Ferguson are hoping their stories resonate with state legislators. Sixty people traveled to Jefferson City and filled the gallery of the Senate as state Senator Maria Chapelle--Nadal made a 45-minute speech about the violence...
(Jefferson City, MO) -- Missouri now has a three-day waiting period for women wanting to have abortions. Lawmakers overrode the governor's veto late Wednesday night. The legislature's override of Governor Jay Nixon's veto became official about a half-hour before midnight when...
(Undated) -- There are several St. Louis area observances of September 11th. The city of O'Fallon is hosting "A Tribute to First Responders." The event honoring police, firefighters and paramedics starts at 8:30 a.m. at the city's memorial at 100 North Main Street. Another...