St. Louis

(Kansas City, MO) -- An analysis of the brain of a former Kansas City Chiefs linebacker shows he had an abnormal brain condition when he shot and killed his girlfriend and then himself in December 2012. The "Kansas City Star" reports an analysis of Jovan Belcher's brain after...
(Ferguson, MO) -- The American Civil Liberties Union is challenging what is known as the Five Second Rule used by Ferguson Police to arrest protestors. Demonstrators are given five seconds to keep moving or are taken into custody. The ACLU took on the rule in court Monday...
(Kansas City, MO) -- The Major League Baseball playoffs get underway tonight in Kansas City. The American League Wild Card game pits Jon Lester and the Oakland A's against the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium. Lester takes the mound for Oakland, while KC counters with...
(Ferguson, MO) -- Some Ferguson protestors say their colleagues who were arrested on Sunday were detained by police as a tactic to quiet down the crowd. At one point, about 300 people were outside the local police station making plenty of noise with pots and makeshift drums, as...
(Pine Lawn, MO) -- The mayor of Pine Lawn can face up to 20 years in prison if he's convicted of federal extortion. Sylvester Caldwell pleaded not guilty Monday in a St. Louis federal court to extorting money from a local towing company. Pine Lawn officials say the indictment...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Aircraft manufacturing giant Boeing is expected to move 500 jobs to the St. Louis area. The company released a statement on Monday announcing that the most recent action is due to the relocation of their defense services from Washington state. Boeing is also...
(St. Louis, MO) -- The Cardinals clinching the postseason could mean big wins for scammers. The Better Business Bureau is warning fans buying tickets to watch out for fakes. People buying tickets outside the stadium before a game are most likely to fall victim, though fans...
(Ferguson, MO) -- Protests in Ferguson continue to lead to arrests. More than 150 people demonstrated near the police station Sunday night, resulting in eight people being taken into custody. At one point, the protesters reportedly threw bottles at officers, who were trying to...
(Undated) -- Governor Jay Nixon has just completed his fourth trip to Afghanistan. Nixon was one of four U.S. governors who flew to Kabul over the weekend. The Council of Governors -- which also includes the governors of Nevada, New York and Tennessee -- was briefed on the...