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  • Former St. Louis-area resident pleads guilty to Denver pipe bomb threat

    DENVER, Colo. – A man from the St. Louis area pleaded guilty Wednesday on charges tied to a pipe bomb threat at a Denver hotel. The US Attorney’s Office in Denver said Adam Hayat pleaded guilty to three counts of possessing unregistered firearms. He’ll be sentenced August 14, 2018. Prosecutors said Hayat was staying at the Sheraton Hotel in Denver in February 2017. Hotel staffers contacted Denver police to report suspicious activity. Police arrived at Hayat’s hotel room and found […]

  • Berkeley moves ahead with plan to limit pet ownership

    BERKELEY, Mo. – A new animal control policy may end up being a real pet peeve for some pet owners in Berkeley. Beginning next week, there will be a limit of two pets per household. This comes after complaints of too many animals in the area. People will have the opportunity to comply with the new rules before being fined. City officials say the changes are designed for public health and to meet the city’s animal control costs. Berkeley police […]

  • BBB’s reviews reveal charity accountability

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Stories of disabled veterans needing assistance often inspire Americans to make donations to charities that promise to help needy veterans. The Better Business Bureau reminds donors to look beyond the poignant stories before making a donation. In recent years the BBB has issued several warnings about charities that failed to live up to their promises of providing assistance to veterans in need. The BBB’s charity reviews let donors know whether a charity has complied with their […]

  • Weather Kid of the Week – Adriana Bagley

    MEHLVILLE, Mo. – Adriana Bagley is a fourth-grader at Blades Elementary School in the Mehlville School District. According to her mother, Adriana is always asking questions about the weather and, in the future, wants to become a meteorologist. She even dressed up as one for career day last month. Adriana Bagley is our Weather Kid of the Week! To nominate your child, ages 8-13, click here.

  • Kenrick’s teaches how to make burgers from home

    ST. LOUIS – The grilling season is here, and the unofficial kick-off to summer is this weekend. Memorial Day is Monday and Kenrick’s Meat and Catering joined KPLR 11 to show how to make delicious burgers and sides at home.

  • New technology creates living wine labels to attract customers’ eyeballs

    Wineries are looking for ways to stand out as they strive to attract new customers. This has led to the development of augmented reality technology, creating a sort of “living wine label” that people can watch via their smartphones. Tim Irwin, a living wine labels ambassador, joins KPLR 11 News at Noon to discuss augmented reality and how it can help the wine industry.

  • Monday Mascot – Charlie Brown

    ST. LOUIS – Stacey Switzer of the APA of Missouri visits KPLR 11 News at Noon with this week’s Monday Mascot: Charlie Brown! If you want to adopt Charlie Brown, then visit the APA on Hanley Road. Here is the information that you’ll need: 1705 South Hanley Road 314-645-4610 http://www.apamo.org/home.aspx Is your pet lost? Try looking at stllostpets.org.

  • Tools for teachers: Jerry Cannon

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ The Harbor Lights clothing drive and Civil War Ball are just two of the events designed to teach Jerry Cannon’s eighth-grade students the importance of compassion, kindness, and respect. Jerry was recently awarded $500 from Weber Chevrolet due to the example he sets for Wentzville Middle School. Jerry, along with the parent who nominated him, joined us Friday, May 18 to receive his Tools For Teachers award.

  • WOW Air’s flights from St. Louis to Iceland begin May 17

    ST. LOUIS – An Icelandic airline will begin service from St. Louis in May with a sale. WOW Air is offering one-way flights starting at $99 from St. Louis Lambert Airport to Reykjavik, Iceland.  From there you can take a $149 one-way fare to Amsterdam, Paris, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfurt, London and Berlin. Service from St. Louis will be available starting Thursday, May 17. “I’m hoping it’ll bring more Europeans to St. Louis,” said Susan Holleran, a WOW traveler. “I always […]

  • Cards extend Wainwright’s stay on the DL to 60 days

    ST. LOUIS, MO — The Cardinals have announced several moves Thursday afternoon.  They have placed Adam Wainwright on the 60-day disabled list.  He was previously on the 10-day DL. Carson Kelly is now on the 10-day DL for a right hamstring strain. The #STLCards have placed C Carson Kelly (right hamstring strain) on the 10-day DL and purchased the contract of C Steven Baron from Memphis (AAA). To make room for Baron on the 40-man roster, the Cardinals have transferred […]

  • Four-week introduction to exercise program

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Need a great introduction to exercising? Cason from C3 Fitness has a four-week program to get you started. More information: c3fitness.net

  • Monday Mascot – Duke

    ST. LOUIS – Stacey Switzer of the APA of Missouri visits KPLR 11 News at Noon with this week’s Monday Mascot: Duke! If you want to adopt Duke, then visit the APA on Hanley Road. Here is the information that you’ll need: 1705 South Hanley Road 314-645-4610 http://www.apamo.org/home.aspx Is your pet lost? Try looking at stllostpets.org. Duke is so excited to make his TV debut on @KPLR11 !! Tune in at 12:55pm! pic.twitter.com/ysDw17GorO — APA Adoption Center (@APAofMO) May 14, […]