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  • Prostitution busts continue in south St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – Another prostitution bust in the Dutchtown neighborhood in south St. Louis City. Police arrested five women and one man for prostitution on Thursday near S. Grand and Meramec. One of the officers was working undercover in the area and during that time, those six individuals propositioned him. About a month ago, officers set up an operation on south Broadway. In two days, they arrested six females for prostitution and six males for soliciting prostitution. Capt. Steven Mueller […]

  • 4-alarm fire damages home in Ladue

    LADUE, MO – Lightening caused a house fire in Ladue during a storm Wednesday afternoon. Twenty-six fire units responded to the scene on Overhill Drive in Ladue. According to the Ladue Fire Chief Steven Lynn said the fire started with a lightning strike in the basement of the back of them home, then moved through the middle floor and into the second story. Sixty percent of the house was damaged. Homeowner Brian Baker was a work but his wife and three […]

  • Residents tell county council they oppose proposed ice rink in Creve Coeur Park

    CLAYTON, MO – The St. Louis County Council is looking at plans for an ice rink in Creve Coeur Park, Tuesday night.  Before the meeting protesters against the rink gathered outside the meeting. Dozens of people voiced their opinions about a proposed ice rink at Creve Coeur Park at a St. Louis County Council meeting Tuesday night. The rink in Creve Coeur would be a four-rink facility on 40 acres of land. The plan still needs final approval from the […]

  • SIUE student body president stands in support of students at the University of Virginia

    EDWARDSVILLE, IL – University student body presidents from around the country put out a statement in support of the student body at the University of Virginia. On Friday night about 100 people carrying tiki torches, giving Nazi salutes and chanting slogans like ‘white lives matter’ marched through the middle of campus at the University of Virginia. Ramon DeShazer is the student body president at SIUE.  In a group chat with other student body presidents, DeShazer and others, decided to put […]

  • Vigil for boys killed in rollover crash in downtown St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – A tragic accident on the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge Thursday night left three kids dead and others still in the hospital. It was a single car accident with six people inside, one adult and five kids. While making a turn on the bridge the driver lost control and over corrected. The accident killed 10-year-old Lamont Davis, 11-year-old Danzel Cosey, and 3 -year-old Eric Williams. Davis and Cosey both play football for the Herbert Hoover Boys and […]

  • Two children dead after SUV flips near Stan Musial Bridge

    ST. LOUIS – Two children died Thursday night after a rollover crash near the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge in downtown. According to a spokesperson for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, the accident happened just before 9:30 p.m. at N. Tucker Boulevard and Cass Avenue. The driver overcorrected on the off-ramp, leading the vehicle to overturn. Five individuals were ejected as a result. The SUV appeared to have rolled several times. Authorities closed the Tucker exit on eastbound Interstate 70. […]

  • List of school district close for solar eclipse grows, as some plan on holding classes

    ARNOLD, MO – The Northwest School District and Fox School District are the last in Jefferson County to announce that they will be close on August 21st for the solar eclipse. One of the main reasons Jefferson County schools are closing is the worry of a grid lock. A study by the Great American Eclipse estimates that Fenton is the closest driving destination for 13 million people to see the solar eclipse. Insurance companies have been contacting schools about liability […]

  • Webster Grove residents come to the aid of a family burned out of their home

    WEBSTER GROVES, MO – The fire started at a home on Fairview Avenue in Webster Groves at around 2 pm Tuesday. Smoke could be seen for miles away. The home is over 100 years old and firefighters said the fire quickly moved from the ground floor to the attic. The family that lives at the home was gone at the zoo for the afternoon when the fire started. Their neighbor said she saw the fire and quickly called them while another […]

  • Jefferson County woman on the lookout for missing pet Bobcat

    ARNOLD, MO – A pet bobcat is missing from a home in Jefferson County. In Missouri, it is legal to own a bobcat and Artimus has been a part of her family for six years. Although she is a bobcat to her family she is their baby. Artimus’s owners said she is sweet and has the qualities of both a cat and a dog.  She is aloof like a cat but sounds meaner and growls like a dog. A few […]

  • BackStoppers BBQ benefit

    ELLISVILLE, Mo. – A small local business donated all of their proceeds for the day to BackStoppers. Bernadette Faasen’s husband is a St. Louis County detective and she is the owner of Woodsmoke BBQ in Ellisville. She said all summer the restaurant has had a theme, “Supporting our Heroes,” and Thursday’s event for BackStoppers was the grand finale. Along with barbecue, they were also selling shirts that said, ‘Take a Stand…Back a Hero,’ and had Officer Blake Snyder’s badge number […]

  • Marines by the hundreds come to say good-bye to a dying brother

    ST. LOUIS – A local Marine is in the final days of his life and Marines from all over the United States are stopping by his hospital bed to say goodbye. Many of them are complete strangers. Phillip Rochette, 49, enlisted in the Marines right out of high school. His sister Denise said in Phillips mind it is, God, the Marines then everyone else. At the beginning of July Phillip started having headaches and throwing up. Denise called an ambulance […]

  • Firefighters battle 5-alarm fire at canning facility in Arnold

    ARNOLD, MO –  The fire broke out Tuesday night around 7:30 pm at the Metal Container Corporation in Arnold Missouri. The facility manufactures cans for AB InBev and is located on 42 Can Lane in Arnold Missouri. The blaze started in a top floor canning furnace. A supervisor in site ordered an evacuation of the facility. A spokesperson for the Rock Community Fire Protection District said fire got into the ductwork, which is causing firefighters to open up walls to […]