Jayme Necaise is known as the Bug Chef. He stopped by Today In St. Louis to show off some insect delicacies.
It's that time of year again...the pumpkin spice latte is back, the Cardinals are in the playoffs and the leaves are starting to ...
It is a number that can make you down right miserable. Not unlucky 13, but rather the allergy index, a figure Wayne Wilhelm and his ...
America's Strongest Man Derek Poundstone can bench press more than Heidi Glaus, but that's exactly what he did this morning.
A local driver isn't letting cancer slow him down.
What follows below are highlights of new laws and changes to existing law based upon the Missouri General Assembly's bill summaries. A link to the Senate or House summary of each bill is also provided. Unless otherwise noted, the new laws and amendments to current laws are effective August 28, 2012.
Little Patriots is trying to brighten the holiday season for children with military parents away from home.
A south St. Louis nightclub could lose its liquor license, after an undercover police sting reveals a sex party inside its walls.
A tornado wiped out the town of Moore, Oklahoma Monday. WXIA's Chesley McNeil explains how tornadoes form and what the Enhanced Fujita scale means.
A Michigan doctor is accused of faking cancer treatments to line his pockets with millions in government money.
Fire in one building spreads to another, but quick action by firefighters aided in safely evacuating a man living in the home.
Glance at any "c u soon"-splattered smartphone screen and it's obvious: The nation's spelling is in jeopardy.
Lisa Martino-Taylor is a sociologist whose life's work has been to uncover details of the Army's ultra-secret military experiments carried out in St. Louis and other cities during the 1950s and 60s.
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