'We Were In Fear Of Our Lives'; St. Louis Couple Seen Pointing Guns At Protesters Who Marched On Mayor's HomeA group of 300 protesters, chanting "resign Lyda, take the cops with you," marched after St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson read the names and addresses of demonstrators calling for police reform during a Friday afternoon Facebook Live video.
Woman Who Flew Into O'Hare From Italy, Took Amtrak To St. Louis Has Tested Positive For Coronavirus, Officials SayAn woman who flew into O'Hare International Airport from Italy and then took Amtrak from Chicago to St. Louis last week has tested positive for the coronavirus, officials have confirmed.
A Jury Awarded $20 Million To A Police Officer Who Said He Was Told To Tone Down His 'Gayness'"The command staff has a problem with your sexuality," a member of the St. Louis County Board of Police Commissioners allegedly told the officer.
New Abortion Clinic Going Up In Illinois, Near St. LouisPlanned Parenthood has quietly been building a new abortion clinic in Illinois, just across the Mississippi River from St. Louis.
Missouri Woman In Legal Battle To Keep Three Emotional Support MonkeysA Missouri woman is fighting to keep three monkeys she claims have provided her emotional support for years.
Freight Train Derails, Catches Fire Near St. LouisA freight train derailed Tuesday afternoon in downstate Dupo, Illinois, near St. Louis. The derailment caused a fire, and thick black smoke could be seen for miles.
St. Louis Man Finds Baby's Body In Box In Mother's Freezer; 'I Just Have So Many Thoughts. It's Insane'St. Louis police said they are investigating the discovery as a "suspicious death" pending an autopsy and asked the public for tips.
History Made: Blues Beat Bruins 4-1 In Game 7 For Franchise's First Stanley Cup
Woman Records Fight With Husband On Cell Phone Before Plunging To Her Death At Busch StadiumAn Illinois prison guard has been charged with domestic assault, after his wife fell to her death while the two were fighting at a Cubs-Cardinals game in St. Louis. Police said Allissa Martin recorded the horrifying moments before her death on her cell phone.
Billboard Welcomes Drivers To Illinois, 'Where You Can Get A Safe, Legal Abortion'A head-turning billboard that encapsulates the state-to-state differences of Roe v. Wade recently appeared on the side of an Illinois highway--near a women's health clinic that services patients from Missouri, where abortion laws are tougher than in Illinois. 
Loyola Tops Valparaiso 67-54 In Missouri Valley Conference TournamentLoyola of Chicago won both of the regular season matchups earlier this season. The teams last faced each other on Feb. 10, when the Ramblers shot 43.2 percent from the field while limiting Valparaiso to just 37.5 percent en route to the five-point victory.