McClellan: St. Louis company turns back time with family legacy.
St. Louis County’s population was 274,200 people when the war began. By 1960, it would top 700,000 and keep climbing.
A GoFundMe campaign called Save Lincoln College was launched with a goal of raising $20 million but as of this week, only $2,352 had been raised.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Wednesday urged Congress to act — and activists to take to the streets — to ensure abortion remains widely accessible even if the Supreme Court rolls back its 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion nationwide.
Meijer stores combine grocery stores with Walmart-like retail depatment featuring clothes and electronics.
Al Bond’s answer, filed last week in a federal lawsuit, is his first public defense since carpenters union officials suddenly dissolved the St. Louis council.
Larry Rhines pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in St. Louis last year to five robbery charges and five gun charges.
Confluence Festival will feature performances by Nelly, Old Dominion, Jimmie Allen, Cole Swindell, Kameron Marlowe, Dee Jay Silver, Alexandra Kay and more.
A former police chief and convicted felon, Bob Romanik was a key figure in organized crime allegations.
The company will continue offering its services to federal agencies and to other law enforcement agencies and government contractors outside of Illinois.
“We're one big family, and when one falls, we all feel it,” said the widow of a fallen Illinois officer at an event honoring those who died in Illinois in 2021.
Bi-State’s safety and security committee voted Thursday morning to put an engineering contract out to bid for final designs for fare collection gates.
Multiple rounds of rain caused some minor flooding in the region, but record heat looms for the St. Louis area next week, the National Weather Service said.
It’s the latest legal fight affecting the state’s 2-year-old recreational pot industry
Surrayah Hill was the getaway driver in a carjacking that killed James "Anthony" Sapone on March 18, 2019. She was sentenced to 11 years in prison.
Survivors and the family of one man who was killed called on Amazon to put employees’ safety first and to rebuild the destroyed warehouse to higher standards.
Southern Illinois Planned Parenthood and the Hope Clinic expect to see up to 15,000 additional patients per year, up from 6,000 to 7,000.
Pritzker and Democratic lawmakers vowed to strengthen the "force field" that has made Illinois an abortion rights island in the Midwest.
Since Madigan’s departure, the party has decentralized its organization, put together its first email list of supporters, digitized outreach activities and created a recruitment, training and support infrastructure for Democratic candidates.
Conservative megadonor Richard Uihlein gave $2.5 million to state Sen. Darren Bailey’s effort for the GOP governor nomination.
The Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act, passed in 2008, is among the strictest such laws in the U.S.
Some employees didn't know that only the northern bathroom was a tornado shelter, so they took cover in the restroom on the southern end instead.
On Saturday, the Reparative Justice Coalition of St. Louis will hold ceremony to mark killing of Francis L. McIntosh, who was tied burned to death in 1836.
President Joe Biden nominated Illinois state Sen. Rachelle Aud Crowe, D-Glen Carbon, for U.S. attorney in southern Illinois. He also tapped a new U.S. Marshal.
Brian Gotschall pleaded guilty to charges of making phone threats to harm employees of Electronic Arts and their children.