For 35 years James and Dawne Marshall have put every penny and every ounce of passion in their restaurant, Faraci's. As the unrest erupted this week in Ferguson, they sat in their home and watched part of their community burn down, the community they grew up in.
On a snowy Thanksgiving Eve, no school at Whiteside Elementary in Belleville; but for a group of third graders in Ms. Stinni's class, Tuesday's class project is now online. It's called "Peace from the Pieces," a video related to the Ferguson conflict.
In less than 24 hours, shoppers will be sleeping off their turkey and preparing for the start of Black Friday shopping. With recent unrest in the St. Louis area, some have questioned how that will change retail hours and security.
The aftermath from Monday's violence in Ferguson, Missouri, is reaching beyond the hardest hit areas. It's making life harder from some residents, as even businesses that were not hit by vandals are shutting down.
Throughout life, we all wait for something or someone. Tom Meeks spent three years waiting for a heart transplant. Back in April of 2011, the Vietnam Veteran was diagnosed with a rare heart disease called amyloidosis. Doctors said he wouldn't...
Two members of the New Black Panther Party arrested last week on federal weapons charges were planning to bomb the Gateway Arch, and to kill St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch and Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson, sources tell NewsChannel 5.