Strange Missouri Earthquake Late Sunday Night South of St. Louis
Something odd happened between St. Louis and Cape Girardeau, Missouri late Sunday night and no one even noticed it until now. A strange earthquake was reported in an area that I've never seen an earthquake recorded ever before. I found this earthquake doing my daily check of the USGS "shake...
Downtown West Is Getting a New DMV Office
Collector of Revenue Gregory Daly closed the last one in downtown St. Louis less than a year ago
St. Louis welcomes world's largest indoor Padel + Pickle Club
Prepare to witness the inauguration of the Padel + Pickle Club of St. Louis, set to be unveiled this February 24th + 25th as the flagship location.
Police investigating fatal crash on I-255 SB; traffic rerouted
Emergency crews are responding to a fatal crash on Interstate 255 on Tuesday morning.
East St. Louis official seeks top housing job as feds raise questions about hiring process
At one point, City Manager Robert Betts was offered the post without an official vote. The offer was rescinded after a senior Department of Housing and Urban Development official challenged it, according to documents and e-mails obtained by the BND.
Trial begins for St. Louis man accused of killing retired Peoria surgeon
A St. Louis man is expected to stand trial Tuesday for a deadly attack on a retired Peoria surgeon three years ago.
Andy Taylor Is Eating His Way to the Best Pizza in St. Louis
He’s aiming to try 50 locally owned pizzerias before the year is through
Wine Down Wednesday: A look at Videira Wine Shop & Bar
ST. LOUIS – It’s a lifetime dream to open up a place like Videira!. Co-owner Mykel McIntosh says it was not always easy, but Videira is now a reality. Let them introduce you to the best wines out there!. Be sure to sample some charcuterie and other eats...
The Feds Give States Millions To Fix Homelessness, but States Are Sending It Back
Bureaucratic ineptitude leads to waste—and more people on the streets.
Dack Daugherty Charged with Trying to Steal 106 Acres of Land
The Affton resident is also one of a half-dozen family members accused of running an illegal rooming house scheme in St. Louis
Woman And Four Children Found Dead After Missouri House Fire
Aiexpress – Police are investigating a suspicious fire near St. Louis that killed a woman and four children, describing it as a “horrific tragedy.”. At 4:23 a.m. Monday, firefighters were dispatched to a Ferguson residence, where they discovered the building engulfed in flames. According to St. Louis County Police Sgt. Tracy Panus, the five people who perished were discovered inside the home.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Puppies Up for Adoption in East Saint Louis, IL
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around east saint louis.
St. Louis Zoo to Host Lantern Fest with Thousands of LED Lights
The St. Louis Zoo is hosting a new lantern festival this spring, which will be amazing. The St. Louis Zoo will celebrate something new this spring, hosting the Animals Aglow Lantern Festival from March 13 to May 5. This is a walk-through festival where 50 lanterns towering over you will depict animals, plants, and traditional Chinese elements.
The Best Things to Do in St. Louis This Weekend: February 22 to 25
SLAM Underground: Flow, the African American History Trolley Tour, a Good Company pop-up and more
What a man couldn't do in 40 years, his grandson did in a week | He published his book
ALTON, Ill. — An 87-year-old man given only two weeks to live fulfilled a lifelong dream with the help of his grandson. Adrian Gebben, a man who now suffers from dementia, has a multifaceted legacy. He is a veteran, widow after 58 years of marriage, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. But now, Adrian can add "published author" to the list.
Man charged in south St. Louis County hit-and-run crash
A man faces felony charges after a hit-and-run crash in south St. Louis County that led to an elderly man's death.
St. Louis Event: Blues, Bourbon, and Beer Extravaganza at Marriott St. Louis Grand
Get ready to sway to the soul-stirring rhythms of the blues, savor the complexity of fine bourbon, and enjoy the refreshing buzz of craft beers at the much-anticipated "Blues, Bourbon and Beer" event. The Marriott St. Louis Grand is set to host this vibrant evening on Thursday, February 22nd from 6pm to 11pm, offering a night of indulgence and entertainment that promises to be a highlight in the city's social calendar.
St. Louis congressman pushes for expansion of truck driver rest areas
There are new calls for action for truck drivers seven months after a mass-casualty crash in Illinois, shedding light on a nationwide issue.
4 Hands Brewing Co. locations get rid of free-to-play arcade games
ST. LOUIS — A much-loved St. Louis activity is getting a makeover, to the dismay of some. 4 Hands Brewing Co.'s free arcade games, Skee-Ball and pinball are no longer free at the brewer's locations, it confirmed to 5 On Your Side on Wednesday. The change was reportedly made to streamline game repairs, as brewery workers used to be responsible for game upkeep.
St. Louis-based retailer to close all remaining stores amid bankruptcy
ST. LOUIS — Soft Surroundings, the St. Louis-based retailer that sells women’s clothes, beauty products, gifts and home décor, will close its remaining brick-and-mortar stores by the end of the month. The closures are part of the plan announced when the retailer's parent, Soft Surroundings Holdings LLC,...