Missouri

(Lake St. Louis, MO) -- Organizers are saying this year's Polar Plunge was a huge success. The 12th annual Polar Plunge took place on Lake Sainte Louise and managed to raise 114-thousand dollars for the Special Olympics Missouri. The event had more than three hundred...
(Ferguson, MO) -- A federal grand jury has charged a man accused of setting the Ferguson Market on fire last November. The indictment was announced Thursday against Antonio Whiteside, who is in police custody. The fire was started the same day that another grand jury decided not...
(St. Louis, MO) -- There are two one million dollar Powerball tickets that were sold in the St. Louis area. They were bought at Gas Mart Two on South Broadway in St. Louis and Warrenton Fast Lane on North Highway 47 in Warrenton. The tickets matched all five white-ball numbers...
(Jefferson City, MO) -- A pair of St. Louis area fire officials say their lives were at risk the night of the unrest in Ferguson last November. They both testified Thursday in Jeff City during a legislative hearing. Eureka Fire Chief Greg Brown told the state panel that the...
(Ferguson, MO) -- The Ferguson Police Department has been attracting a lot of interest from potential employees. Their offices have received more than one thousand applications for a vacant dispatcher's position. The 20 or so applications the department has on file have doubled...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Several Islamic students at St. Louis University are remembering three Muslims who were shot and killed Tuesday in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. More than 80 people took part in a campus vigil Thursday night. The event was sponsored by the Muslim Student...
(St. Louis, MO) -- St. Louis is among the best cities in the nation to find love. The study done by online real estate database Zillow shows that the Gateway City has several singles and spots to mingle. St. Louis is ranked fourth in the poll and Washington, DC is the top city...
(Oakland, CA) -- BART's board of directors is backing off its request seeking restitution from protestors who caused delays on the system late last year. In a five-to-four vote, the board's motion withdraws the request levied against the group known as the Black Friday 14. The...
(Oakland, CA) -- BART's board of directors is backing off its request seeking restitution from protestors who caused delays on the system late last year. In a five-to-four vote, the board's motion withdraws the request levied against the group known as the Black Friday 14. The...