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  • Owner of Gus Gus Fun Bus Mike Arnold, passes away

    ST. LOUIS –  Mike Arnold, the owner of Gus Gus Fun Bus, passed away from his injuries, Susan Arnold said. Mike was seriously injured after being struck by a stolen truck during a carjacking in downtown St. Louis one day before Father’s Day Saturday, June 16. Arnold promoted restaurants and breweries on social media as part of his business. Sugarfire Smokehouse organized a fundraising event earlier this week along with other restaurants and breweries after learning Arnold was in the intensive care unit. […]

  • Federal charges filed against suspect in Central West End robberies

    ST. LOUIS – A 33-year-old man from St. Louis was charged in a federal criminal complaint regarding several robberies in the Central West End. Brandon Mardell Woods was charged on Thursday, June 21 with one felony count of interference with commerce by robbery, threats or violence and one felony count of felon in possession of a firearm. Woods was wanted for several armed robberies in and around the Central West End. Police believe he was targeting women. Police arrested Woods […]

  • Stenger creates task force for affordable housing trust

    BERKELEY, Mo. – St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger signed an executive order Wednesday creating the St. Louis County Affordable Housing Trust Fund Task Force. The group will make recommendations for establishing a housing trust fund St. Louis County. “The establishment of an Affordable Housing Trust Fund in St. Louis County is key for promoting equity, fairness, and inclusion in our region,” Stenger said. The 18-member group will develop recommendations regarding the creation of such funding including an outline of strategic […]

  • Fire destroys pool house in Ladue

    LADUE, Mo. –  An overnight pool house fire is under investigation in Ladue. A Wednesday morning call from FOX2 Bommarito Skyfox Helicopter to 911 call led firefighters to a residence in the 200 block of Warson Road. There they saw an elevated pool house being destroyed by a raging blaze. Firefighters got to work and managed to control the blaze, later extinguishing it. The cause of the fire is unknown but fire officials believe it may be a gas fire. No word […]

  • Heavy flames rip through vacant home in north St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS-  A first alarm fire tore through a vacant home on in north St. Louis Friday morning. Firefighters were called to a reported fire on Belt and Minerva just after 9a.m. The fire crew was able to put out the fire and prevent the flames from spreading to other homes. Details on what caused the fire are developing.

  • Three adorable kittens rescued from sewer drain in Wentzville

      WENTZVILLE, Mo. – Three furry little kittens got stuck in a storm drain Tuesday in Wentzville and their desperate meows caught the attention of a neighbor who called 911. The Wentzville Fire Protection District received the call for a kitten in a storm sewer in the caller’s backyard in Peruque Hills Subdivision. The 9854’s crew realized there were three kittens instead of the initial reported one. Marquart, Kelly, & Nash pulled a hand line and were able to flush the kittens […]

  • Suspect charged for killing mother of 3

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – The St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged an 18-year-old in connection with the murder of a north St. Louis County mother. Twenty-eight-year-old Porsha Owens, a Riverview Gardens School District safety officer, was killed Monday morning during an attempted carjacking. Prosecutors charged Mark Haywood with second-degree murder, first-degree robbery, and two counts of armed criminal action. His bond was set at $1 million, cash-only. Owens’ mother, Yvette King, said she’s glad her daughter’s killer is behind bars. “I’m […]

  • Missing disabled man found safe in St. Louis after disappearing Monday

    FRONTENAC, Mo. – A happy ending in the search for a disabled Frontenac man who disappeared and was last seen with his full-time caregiver. The man—who uses a wheelchair—was found safe Tuesday and the caretaker was taken into custody. Authorities said 21-year-old Hayden Clarke and his 43-year-old female caregiver were both found inside the minivan that is used to transport Hayden to various locations. The two were discovered in O’Fallon Park in north St. Louis, near Adelaide and West Florissant. Clarke was […]

  • Missouri family plead for missing piglet

    IMPERIAL, Mo-  A distraught pet owner has launched a desperate appeal for the return of their family piglet Ruby. Ruby went missing from Fox Run Dr and Frisco Hill near Seckman Rd in Imperial, Missouri. She is described as pink with white hair and is around 6.5 pounds and a little over 3 weeks old. Brandi Cavanes said the piglet belongs to her 5-year-old daughter and they miss her dearly. If you have any information please contact Brandi Cavaness at  (573) 631-1175

  • Florida boy brings area St. Louis police officers donuts

    ST. LOUIS-  Tyler Carac a ten-year-old boy from Florida visits St. Louis Friday to show his appreciation for area police officers. Carach has been traveling around the country to deliver donuts and thank you notes to police departments. His travels started after he saw four deputies at a store in his hometown, and bought them doughnuts. He will visit officers at the Central Patrol Division and the Mounted Patrol stables in Forest Park.

  • Crestwood Mayor Gregg Roby resigns effective Friday

    CRESTWOOD, Mo- Crestwood Mayor Gregg Roby announced he is resigning after four years, effective Friday, June 8. According to the City of Crestwood, he wants to concentrate on his health and family. Tony Kennedy, the president of the Crestwood Board of Aldermen will take over as acting mayor until a special election is held.  It is tentatively scheduled for November 6.

  • Morning fire destroys vacant East St. Louis home

    EAST ST. LOUIS-  Flames blaze through a vacant East St. Louis home Friday morning. Investigators believe the fire started around 12:00a.m.  at the home on North 40th Street at State Street. According to neighbors, the house has been vacant for about a year but vagrants have been seen in the building. There is no word on what caused the fire.