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  • Get tacos and ice cream with Seoul, Clementine’s Creamery

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) – If you love tacos and ice cream, we have an awesome deal for you! Tamara Keefe from Clementine’s Creamery is collaborating with David Choi of Seoul Taco for seasonal ice cream flavors that he will be selling at his Delmar Loop location. The ice creams are Korean-inspired and called Soju Melon and Matcha Yuzu. They joined us in the KPLR 11 kitchen to tell us more! Seoul Taco 6665 Delmar Open Sun-Sat from 11 a.m. – […]

  • Missouri American Water to fix problem with fishy tasting water in Fenton

    FENTON, MO (KPLR) – Something fishy is going on with the water supply in Fenton. Residents complain it smells and even tastes like fish. Missouri American Water says despite the smell, the water is safe to drink. They hope to have the problem fixed later Friday. Residents began complaining about the water on Tuesday. The water company says the problem is at its south treatment plant, which treats water from the Meramec River but they don’t know exactly what’s causing it. […]

  • MoDOT closes two WB lanes on I-44 between Jamieson, Shrewsbury

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) – Significant changes are coming starting Friday for the many drivers who use Interstate 44 around the St. Louis City limits. MoDOT crews started closing two westbound lanes on I-44 between Jamieson and Shrewsbury about 5:45 a.m. this morning for re-striping. Crews are also closing the ramp from westbound I-44 to Shrewsbury between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Once the re-striping is completed, one lane of I-44 west between Jamieson and Shrewsbury will be closed around the […]

  • Illinois lawmakers introduce bill to legalize, tax marijuana

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Could it soon be legal to use Marijuana in Illinois if you don’t have a medical need? The answer might be yes. A bill introduced on Wednesday could legalize possession of small amounts of pot for recreational use. But you have to be over 21 and you can only have up to an ounce of marijuana. Violations would amount to a misdemeanor, punishable by up to six months in prison. You would also have to […]

  • Visitation, funeral for Glen Carbon parents of 7 children

    GLEN CARBON, IL (KPLR) – Thursday marks the funerals for parents of seven Glen Carbon children following a sad series of events that led to a father’s murder and mother’s drowning death. Jay Campbell was a manager at Bob Evans in Collinsville. He was found shot to death in his burning house in Glen Carbon. His six children ran from the home to get help. His ex-wife, Cristy Campbell, fled the scene with their infant son. Her car ended up in Silver […]

  • St. Louis City, MSD begin tearing down abandoned buildings

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) – St. Louis City begins a program designed to abolish hundreds of abandoned buildings. The city and the Metropolitan Sewer District’s Project Clear will launch the first phase of the $13.5 million project Thursday, tearing down three condemned buildings on Greer Avenue on the city’s north side. MSD is involved because the resulting green space will help reduce rainwater runoff into the sewer system.

  • Conservation Connection – Learning more about Missouri black bears

    Bears are big! Not just in real life, but on social media as well. A post on the Missouri Department of Conservation’s Facebook page earlier this month showing bear cubs found during a den survey drew more than 40,000 views. Wildlife damage biologist Tom Meister visits KPLR 11 News at Noon to talk about one of Missouri’s biggest mammals.

  • Homeowner shoots, kills man in Jennings

    JENNINGS, MO (KPLR) – St. Louis County police say a man they found shot Tuesday morning in Jennings has died. He was shot by a homeowner. A woman called 911 at around 4 a.m. claiming a man was taking a battery out of car. When officers arrived at Hamilton and Switzer they found a man, believed to be in his 40s or 50s, with two gunshot wounds to the upper body. The resident who shot the man is cooperating with […]

  • Supporters to announce community benefits agreement for MLS stadium

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – Supporters of a new Major League Soccer stadium in downtown St. Louis are sweetening the deal. St. Louis voters will decide April 4 on whether or not to approve about $60 million for the new stadium near Union Station. Supporters say it would almost insure St. Louis would get an MLS franchise. City leaders and backers of the MLS franchise bid are set to announce today a community benefits agreement, a guaranteed part of the stadium deal. […]

  • Monday Mascot – Max

    Stacey Switzer of the APA of Missouri visits KPLR 11 News at Noon with the Monday Mascot, Max the Great Dane! Max is five-years-old and weighs anywhere from 90 to 100 pounds. He’s a very mellow dog and enjoys snuggling and leaning against people who pet and rub on him; just a big ol’ baby! If you want to adopt Max, just visit to the APA on Hanley Road. Here is the information that you’ll need: 1705 South Hanley Road […]

  • Bommarito Prep Zone Game of the Week: Webster Groves vs. CBC

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Watch the Bommarito Automotive Group high school Game of the Week. The show brings you some of the best matchups in area high school basketball. This week we bring you Webster Groves against CBC in the Class 5 quarterfinal, played at Lindenwood University. The show airs on KPLR Ch. 11 Sunday at 10am.

  • Monsanto buildings appear on commercial realty site; company says it’s an accident

    CREVE COEUR, MO (KPLR) – Agribusiness giant Monsanto denied rumors Friday that it was selling multiple buildings at its Creve Coeur campus after the buildings were discovered on a commercial realty site. The listing on Commercial Café shows nearly all of the buildings along Lindbergh Boulevard for sale. The buildings are separated into two groups: those on the east side of Lindbergh and buildings on the west side of the highway. Daphne Dorsey, a Monsanto spokeswoman, said the buildings were […]