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  • Report: Power lines on fire in south St. Louis

    An entire power line is burning behind our house, after sparking and exploding like fireworks for 10 minutes — Chris Reimer (@ChrisReimer) April 19, 2018 ST. LOUIS – St. Louis firefighters are investigating reports of power lines on fire in south St. Louis. Around 10 p.m. calls were received of powerlines arching and sparking in the area of Eichelberger and Donovan near Francis Park in St. Louis Hills. And before the fire, we had a fireworks show – power […]

  • Ducklings rescued from storm drain by first responders

    SHILOH, IL – Eleven ducklings got a new lease on life Tuesday night after someone at a track meet at Shiloh Middle School saw the duckling fall into a storm drain. The call went out to for first responders at 7:15 p.m.  Officers and firefighters from Shiloh police and O’ Fallon – Shiloh Fire Department responded to remove a grate in order rescue the ducklings. All of the ducklings are in good health and have been turned over to the […]

  • GOP House leadership calls on Greitens to resign

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Tuesday evening the Missouri GOP House leadership issued a statement calling on Governor Eric Greitens to resign. The move comes as lawmakers were trying to get back to work on pending legislation and producing a balanced budget. Attorney General Josh Hawley also heated up calls for the governor to resign today by saying there is probable cause that Greitens used a donor list from a charity he founded and used it to raise money for his […]

  • Police seek publics’ help to ID suspects in Sprint store robbery

    ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis police department is hoping someone will step forward and provide information to identify 3 suspects in a Sprint store robbery. The robbery happened on April 9th around 8 p.m. in the 3500 block of South Kingshighway. Police say the suspects entered the store with a handgun, announced a robbery and forced the employees into the back of the store and lay on the floor. They forced the managers to open the store’s safes. The […]

  • Velda City K-9 receives body armor

    VELDA CITY, MO – Monday a Velda City K-9 received new body armor.  The K-9 Zoey was outfitted with a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a $950 donation by Nora Wheaton of Pensacola, FL. The vest was manufactured Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. charity located in East Taunton, MA. Vested Interest provides vest for K-9’s in law enforcement throughout the United States. It’s estimated that law enforcement uses 30,000 K-9’s. If you’re interested in making a donation or […]

  • Attorney Josh Hawley calls on Greitens to resign

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO – After a bombshell report released by the House Special Legislative Investigative Committee Wednesday, Missouri Attorney General Hawley has called on Greitens to resign. The committee began its investigation after the governor was indicted in February. Greitens is accused of taking a nude photo of a woman with whom he was having an affair in 2015, without that woman’s consent. The woman, identified as Gov. Greitens’ former hairdresser, testified that the governor was physically aggressive toward her […]

  • Fire breaks out a condominium complex in Florissant

    FLORISSANT, MO – Shortly after 8:30 pm Tuesday night a 2-alarm fire broke out at the Leisure Village Condominium complex off New Halls Ferry Road in Florissant.  The fire happened in the 3100 block of Leisurewood Court. The Black Jack Fire Protection District is on the scene. The fire could be seen from the basement of one condo unit, while smoke was billowing out the 2-story building. No word on casualties as of yet.

  • House Special Investigative Committee to release Greitens’ report Wednesday

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Tuesday evening a press release was issued announcing the House Special Investigative Committee would release its Greitens’ reports Wednesday at 5 pm at the Capital building. House Speaker Todd Richardson along with other House Republican leadership and committee members will hold a press conference at 6 pm in the north side gallery of the House Chambers. Democrats will also hold a press conference at the same location following the Republican press conference.

  • St. Louis County solicits bids for body and patrol car cameras

    CLAYTON, MO – St. Louis County Tuesday sent out bids for proposals to equip the St. Louis County Police Department with body and patrol car cameras.  The proposal is a continuation of Proposition P that was passed last year by county voters as a measure upgrade, purchase equipment, fund additional officers, and increase police pay for public safety. “The goal of the camera program is to ensure officer accountability and build trust with the citizens of St. Louis County,” County […]

  • Police investigating homicide in north St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis homicide detectives have been called to a murder in north St. Louis.  Police tell Fox 2 that the shooting occurred just after 6 pm at Lowell Street and Jackson Street. Both victims were located in the 8800 block of Lowell. One victim was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening wounds. More details as they become available.  

  • St. Louis man charged in homicide on Cole Street

    The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office has charged 29-year-old Dujuan Williams with murder, assault, and armed criminal action in a homicide that occurred on July 4, 2017.  Police say Williams was the shooter in a vehicle that fire upon a car in the 1600 block of Cole in north St. Louis. Two victims were shot, one of the victims Bobby Slack, 24, died at the scene.  The second victim, a 26-year0old man suffered minor injuries. Williams bond has been set […]

  • Cardinals release schedule for Opening Day events

    ST.LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinals released Tuesday the schedule of events slated for Opening Day on April 5th.  Pregame ceremonies will feature a pep rally at Ballpark Village, honoring Cardinal Hall of Famers, the Budweiser Clydesdales, and a flyover by a Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker. Gates to Busch Stadium will open at 3 p.m. with the first pitch to be thrown by Cardinal great Bob Gibbson at 6:09 p.m.