Representatives from more than two dozen law enforcement agencies from Missouri and Illinois will gather in St. Louis next week for a workshop on cyberbullying.
A former Uplands Park auxiliary police officer who admitted he helped set up prostitutes to steal from them learned his fate.
An army general faces a rare court martial after an illicit affair with a junior officer ended in accusations of sexual abuse.
They say more than half of the kids who weren't circumcised were diagnosed with a UTI.
Paula Sims of Alton, Ill., confessed to murdering her daughters -- 13-day-old Loralei in 1986 and six-week-old Heather -- in 1989. In her first television interview, Sims is speaking about what led her to kill her daughters.
President Obama arrives here Wednesday on a high-profile trip to Israel to assure the Jewish state of U.S. commitment to stopping a nuclear Iran and boost the prospect of peace talks with Palestinians demanding their own state.
If you work a salaried position, the numbers you're most familiar with are probably the ones that show up in your bank account. When you're used to getting paid a certain amount of money every year, it's unlikely that you've boiled your compensation down to what you're earning per hour.
We're one month away from the Real Madrid/Inter Milan soccer game at the Edward Jones Dome, and tickets are still available.
A former Troy-Buchanan High School teacher has been charged with child molestation.
More cars are broken in overnight in St. Louis.
A troubled relationship, money on the line, and evidence of a cover-up. That's some of the new information court documents are telling us about the murder of a Troy woman and the arrest of her husband.