Missouri

(St. Louis County, MO) -- St. Louis-area businesses, law enforcement agencies and private citizens are preparing for possible reactions to the grand jury report on the police shooting of African-American teenager Michael Brown. St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar says he's...
(St. Louis, MO) -- St. Louis Police are releasing the name of the victim of a deadly shooting in the city's Kingsway East community. Cops say Jermaine Gross was shot Tuesday while he sat in his parked car on the 48-hundred block of Ludec Street. He was then taken to a hospital,...
(Clayton, MO) -- Outgoing St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley and the newly elected Steve Stenger are not speaking. The two have yet to discuss topics like Ferguson or any other issue facing the county. Incumbent Dooley told the "Post Dispatch" that there has been no...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Parking in downtown St. Louis will cost a little bit more this summer. The city's parking commission on Thursday voted to boost parking meter rates to a dollar-50 an hour in high demand areas, like downtown, and to one-dollar an hour in low demand areas. High...
(St. Louis, MO) -- There are more big plans for St. Louis' Union Station. City leaders are expecting to turn the outdoor train shed into an amusement park, which includes a Ferris wheel. Officials say the facility could draw one million visitors a year and create 350 new jobs...
(Clayton, MO) -- Michael Brown's parents are supporting Governor Jay Nixon's condemnation of violence, but think it should have extended to police. Speaking on Thursday, Anthony Gray - the attorney for Brown's family - called on supporters in Ferguson not to riot in reaction to...
(Undated) -- Missouri is dead last when it comes to fighting the high cost of lung cancer. According to a study by WalletHub, Missouri ranks 51st out of all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Analysts looked at eleven key metrics, ranging from air quality to death rates...
(Springfield, IL) -- It looks like the personal income tax rate will indeed be scaling back in January. Spokesmen for the House and Senate Democrats say lawmakers will not be taking a vote to extend the five-percent-rate when they head back to Springfield next week. That means...
(Clayton, MO) -- One of the attorneys for the family of an unarmed teen killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri thinks the secretive grand jury process could contribute to violent reaction to any decision it makes. Benjamin Crump says he thinks there was enough evidence...