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  • Endangered Silver Advisory issued for missing Bridgeton man

    BRIDGETON, Mo. _Bridgeton police have issued an Endangered Silver Advisory for a missing 86-year-old man. Esteban Sanchez Charro was in a car outside of Walmart on St. Charles Rock Road waiting for his son, who was inside shopping Thursday morning. When the son returned, his father was gone. Charro suffers from dementia and has gone missing before. He is 5’2″, 120 pounds and was wearing a gray shirt, khaki pants, a black jacket and a dark brown hat. If you […]

  • Consumers who lost money to Western Union scammers can file claims

    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – People who sent money to a scammer using Western Union a decade ago may qualify for a refund. Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan said people will have until February 12, 2018 to file claims to request refunds by the Department of Justice’s Victim Asset Recovery Program. The refund applies for people who sent money to the scammer between January 1, 2004 and January 19, 2007. “Western Union knew scammers were stealing from people and did not do […]

  • C3 Fitness – Dumbbell home workouts

    ST. LOUIS – Cason, founder of C3 Fitness, visits KPLR 11 News at Noon with another session of resistance training for meteorologist John Fuller. In this segment, Cason has John demonstrate a new round of home workouts with a pair of dumbbells.

  • Ice rink, Blues practice facility to be built in Maryland Heights

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. _A new ice rink facility is coming to Maryland Heights. It is also intended to be the new practice facility for the St. Louis Blues. Originally, the facility with four sheets of ice, was going to be built in Creve Coeur Park. But the new location will now be near Hollywood Casino. The St. Louis Legacy Ice Foundation is working to build the facility. Construction should start in May of 2018.

  • Bommarito Game of the Week: CBC vs. Eureka

    ST. LOUIS, MO – Watch the Bommarito Automotive Group High School Game of the Week. The show brings you some of the best match-ups in area high school football. This week we bring you CBC vs. Eureka. The show airs on KPLR every Sunday at 10am.

  • Fourth-grader trains to complete Girls on the Run 5K in her wheelchair

    BALLWIN, Mo. – An elementary school student is getting ready to take on a big challenge – the Girls on the Run 5K in downtown St. Louis. Not only is she facing an uphill climb on Market Street and Olive Boulevard, but she’s inspiring others as she trains for the November 18 event. The nonprofit Girls on the Run encourages and empowers young women through 10-week running program. Mia Balella, a fourth-grader at Oak Brook Elementary School, is attempting to […]

  • C3 Fitness – Dumbbell training to build strength

    ST. LOUIS – Cason, founder of C3 Fitness, visits KPLR 11 News at Noon and has meteorologist John Fuller demonstrate techniques for dumbbell training that can help build muscle and burn fat.

  • Teaching children the value of compassion this holiday season

    ST. LOUIS – We’re moving into the season of giving. And many parents with young children know they can be selfish. Often times, children must be taught the virtues of kindness, compassion, and generosity. This time of year can be used by parents and caregivers as a teaching moment. Steve Zwolak, CEO of the Lume Institute and executive director of University City Children’s Center, visits KPLR 11 News at Noon to discuss the importance of teaching a child the significance […]

  • ‘Street Fighting Men’ at St. Louis International Film Festival

    ST. LOUIS – ‘Street Fighting Men’ is featured in this year’s St. Louis International Film Festival. In a rapidly changing America where mass inequality and dwindling opportunity have devastated the black working class, three Detroit men must fight to build something lasting for themselves and future generations. Brian Woodman, Washington University Library’s curator of the film & media archive, visits KPLR 11 News at Noon to discuss the movie and the ‘mean streets’ category of films. Street Fighting Men Saturday, […]

  • St. Louis City voters to decide on Prop. P

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _Voter in the city of St. Louis City head to the polls to decide on Proposition P. If passed, the half-cent sales tax increase will provide raises for both police and firefighters in the city. Mayor Lyda Krewson and newly sworn-in Public Safety Director, Jimmie Edwards, say there is no plan b if the proposition does not pass. The polls will be open until 7 p.m.

  • ‘Prop P’ flyer distributor caught on camera stealing packages

    ST. LOUIS, MO — A man distributing Prop P flyers to promote raising the St. Louis City sales tax to give police a raise is caught on camera stealing from a home in Dogtown. Surveillance video shows the guy walking up to a house on Ripple street Sunday morning and taking a package off the front porch after leaving behind the Prop P literature. The home owner returned later to find the package missing. After watching his home security video the homeowner […]

  • ‘Starsky & Hutch’ actor to be honored by St. Louis Black Rep

    ST. LOUIS – One of the stars of Starsky & Hutch, a hugely popular television show from the 70s, is in St. Louis this weekend. Antonio Fargas, who played Huggy Bear on the hit police show, touched viewers around the world. “It’s humbling to be able to talk about something that happened 40 something years ago and still representing something special to people,” Fargas said. Fargas is in town to support the Black Rep’s Second Annual Gala. “St. Louis Black […]