Lemuel Motlow, a nephew of distiller Jack Daniel, is acquitted of killing a railroad conductor during a drunken scuffle in St. Louis.
That summer of 1901 lingers in history for having the highest average temperature on record in St. Louis, 82.7 degrees.
The Eads Bridge formally opened on July 4, 1874. Then in 2003, the bridge reopened after being closed for more than 11 years while it was unde…
The 1903 flood is the 14th highest on record here. But it ranked second for its day and was East St. Louis' most damaging ever.
Eads Bridge to reopen Monday but close again on weekends in effort to curb reckless driving, violence
The bridge's closure one week ago was one of several traffic changes intended to curb violence and reckless driving downtown.
All lanes of the Eads Bridge were closed Friday morning until further notice to prevent racers and other mayhem downtown.
Thousands of area Girl Scouts walked across the Eads Bridge into Illinois and celebrated 100 years of the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri at t…
The guard checked into a casino hotel with two inmates, dozed off, and woke up less than an hour later with only one inmate.
The crash at about 12:30 a.m. Tuesday was on the Illinois side of the bridge.
The bulk of the money will go to relatives of the worker who was knocked off scaffolding and killed.
I became concerned last weekend about events in the city. We were going downtown on an errand to the Lumiere casino when we found our exit blo…
Cherokee Street business district cited as a model for development along the proposed line
When the Eads Bridge was built more than 140 years ago, it was among the first of any structure to use steel as a primary construction material.
Work included replacing struts, bracing and other support steel dating back to the 1800s
Goal of the $48 million project is to extend the bridge's life for another half-century
The park was dedicated during a day-long ceremony on June 24, 1876.
And work is set for next summer on the Big Bend Boulevard bridge over Interstate 270 in Kirkwood
Central Library shows off maps to imagined worlds — and a giant, new version of the city.
Gateway Arch renovation keeps public from seeing restored statue
Passengers should use the First Street entrance
The bodies of two men who climbed over the railing of the Eads Bridge on July 21 and have been located and identified.
The men jumped the bridge in the hopes to swim to shore, two others who stayed behind on bridge told police
Vessel hit scaffolding, causing worker to fall to deck
Victim was doing restoration work on historic Mississippi River span
Authorities say she may have been missing a few weeks.