Andrew Caldwell, who went viral for claiming in church that he was "deliveredt" from being a homosexual, announced his run for public office.

The suspect claims he shot the coach out of self-defense.

St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones signed an executive order creating a reparations commission to explore how reparations could benefit the city's Black residents.

A community was devastated yesterday after a St. Louis school shooting left a teacher and a student dead and seven others injured.

St. Louis cops say Darryl Ross, 16, had a gun.


The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday indefinitely suspended Mark and Patricia McCloskeys' licenses after Missouri’s chief disciplinary counsel petitioned the court to do so. But later, the court stayed their suspensions and placed them on probation for a year instead.


Washington University in St. Louis is the latest college to experience racism on its campus, this time in the form of vandalism on a prominent mural depicting historic Black icons that was defaced with symbols of white supremacy.

Maya Angelou, Josephine Baker, Fontella Bass, and Jackie Joyner-Kersee are just a few that come to mind — and they’ll soon be honored as a collective for making contributions to the culture by way of The Griot Museum Of Black History’s latest initiative.

Aaleya Carter's mother and siblings were able to evacuate safely, but they are undoubtedly experiencing unfathomable grief.

Almost a year shy of violently wielding a gun at Black Lives Matter protesters during the height of the movement in St. Louis, Missouri, Mark McCloksey, a Republican provocateur, has announced his plans to run for Senate.

Jones was the first woman elected as St. Louis Treasurer in 2012. After her narrow loss in the 2017 mayoral election, Jones continued to work with the movement that embraced her.

On April 6, Tishaura Jones became the first Black woman elected mayor of St. Louis.