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  • At least one dead in Berkeley shooting

    BERKELEY, Mo. – Police are investigating a shooting in the 6300 block of Jefferson Avenue in Berkeley. FOX 2 has been told at least one person is dead. This is an ongoing investigation. Check back for details.

  • McCaskill calls for State Representative to resign

    WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill is calling on Missouri State Representative Bob Burns to resign. She released the following statement,  “It’s come to my attention that in multiple call-in interviews with KQQZ-AM Radio, Representative Burns expressed public support for – and agreement with – an individual who has delivered a constant toxic stream of racist, sexist attacks on his radio show. Rhetoric like this is not only offensive – it stokes fear and division, and gives license to those […]

  • Francis Howell teachers turn down contract

    ST. CHARLES, Mo. – Teachers in the Francis Howell School District voted down a contract offer for the 2018-19 school year. The decision was announced at Thursday night’s school board meeting. The Francis Howell Education Association, which is the teachers’ bargaining unit, had taken the board’s offer to the membership for a ratification vote. The school board will meet to consider the next steps in the process.

  • Missouri has the highest African American murder rate in the US

    ST. LOUIS, MO — A new report from the Violence Policy Center, shows Missouri has the highest African American murder rate in the US. The group based its findings on 2015 data from the FBI. The report found that the rate of African American murders in Missouri is nearly two and half times the national rate.  Wisconsin ranked second, followed by Oklahoma.  Illinois ranked 18th in the nation.

  • Democrats file resolution to allow house committee to introduce articles of impeachment

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO – More than a dozen Democratic lawmakers in Jefferson City have taken a step towards impeaching Governor Eric Greitens. Late Tuesday night they filed a resolution which if passed, would allow the house committee investigating the governor to introduce articles of impeachment. The bill was filed just hours after we learned of new accusations of possible misconduct aimed at Governor Eric Greitens. Republican Attorney General Josh Hawley says the governor may have broken some laws for using a […]

  • Another animal rescue activist has vehicle stolen

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Another animal rescue activist had their car stolen while trying to help some four-legged friends Over the weekend, the group St. Louis City Kitties posted to Facebook that a volunteer had her vehicle stolen while delivering cat food in South St. Louis. The Toyota RAV Four was last seen at Texas and Cherokee. Another animal rescuer, Janice Ritter, had her vehicle stolen in north St. Louis County a few weeks ago while trying to wrangle a runaway dog. […]

  • Bomb squad checks suspicious package in Chesterfield

    ST. LOUIS, MO — The all-clear is given after a bomb scare in Chesterfield. A suspicious package was found around 8pm Sunday, on the parking lot of the Fox and Hound Bar and Grill on Chesterfield Airport Road. Police closed Chesterfield Airport Road during the investigation. No explosives or hazardous materials were inside the package The road was reopened around 10:30pm.

  • Scheduled pre-trial hearing for Gov. Greitens Monday

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Both sides in the criminal case against Governor Eric Greitens are due back in court Monday. Last week, the defense team asked the judge to dismiss the case claiming misconduct by prosecutors for withholding evidence. The Circuit Attorney’s Office says it turned over a videotaped deposition and an investigator’s notes once they learned the tape was viewable and the notes existed.

  • Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner signs controversial 5G wireless bill

    SPRINGFIELD, IL – Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner signs a controversial bill that local governments say would limit their ability to regulate big wireless facilities. The plan expands access to 5G networks by allowing companies to install small cell antennas on street lights and utility poles. Local governments cannot regulate or charge for the installation or maintenance of the facilities. Rauner says the plan will boost economic activity in the state. However, local governments call this a handout to big businesses […]

  • Woman, child on moped struck by vehicle in hit ‘n run accident

    ST. LOUIS, MO — A hit-and-run driver is on the loose Friday morning after striking a woman and her child in north St. Louis County.  Police say the driver is possibly in a Pontiac with temporary tags. The accident happened Thursday afternoon when the woman and her four-year-old were riding on a moped. St Louis County Police say that’s when they were struck by a vehicle, sending the child airborne into the street. Neighbors say the vehicle was going pretty fast through […]

  • Metro releasing new ‘Safe Trek’ safety app

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Staying safe while riding the rails.  Metro Transit is rolling out a new safety tool for public transit riders. It’s an app called “Safe Trek.” The free app will notify police if you need emergency help. All you have to do is push a safe button on the app. Safe Trek will then send your personal info and location to police. Metro says you’ll be able to used Safe Trek while riding Metro link or Metro bus […]

  • Teens wear trench coat to save on movie tickets

    CARSON, CA –  Two teens may have watched a little too many cartoons when they came up with this idea. They tried to sneak into a screening of Black Panther. They disguised themselves as a very tall man in a trench coat and tried to buy just one ticket at a movie theater in Carson, California. The employee behind the ticket counter was not buying it. The costume stunt had everyone in line laughing too. Witnesses say it was quite obvious […]