However, emergency management officials will be closely monitoring flood stages and cresting forecasts Friday morning.
The Fenton Police Department is collaborating with the Rockwood Drug-Free Coalition to provide a means to collect unwanted prescription drugs.
Volunteers in the News, Public Safety
Kristin Martin was one of three to come to the aid of the driver in Arnold. Martin will be honored for her actions at a special ceremony at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 1.
Public Safety, Going Green
The ambulance district is providing a method to get rid of unused and unwanted prescription drugs safely.
The St. Louis County Police Highway Safety Unit and officers from the Division of Patrol will be conducting the checkpoints.
Government, Public Safety
The St. Louis area is seeing more snow this week, but that's not the reason you're hearing sirens around the area.
Several St. Louis residents have began using the home product as a tool against potential attackers, according to a KSDK report.
The 2012 report represents the fourth year in a row of overall crime reduction, according to police data. See which crime categories decreased and which increased.
"Attacking firearms and ignoring children is not a solution," The National Rifle Association said.
Law enforcers say people who get behind the wheel after drinking never think they will lose control of that vehicle, but statistics indicate otherwise. Here's a safer alternative.
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