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  • Couple charged after children found in ‘unlivable’ home infested with spiders, cockroaches

    NAMPA, Idaho – An Idaho couple face multiple charges after police say they found children living in a house infested with thousands of cockroaches and hundreds of spiders, according to KIVI. Officers were dispatched to a home in the 400 block of North Bailey Ave. in Nampa late Thursday afternoon on a report of a welfare check. A reporting party told police she had received second-hand information that the house could be infested with cockroaches. According to reports, as the two […]

  • Proposed settlement could net Rams fans 25% refund on tickets and merchandise

    ST. LOUIS – A lawsuit filed by St. Louis residents James Pudlowski, Louis C. Cross III, Gail Henry and Steve Henry in 2016 is closer to bearing fruit for disgruntled NFL fans here. The suit claimed that fans of the now-former St. Louis Rams would not have paid what they did for tickets or merchandise if they knew the Rams planned to move from St. Louis. Monday St. Louis Circuit Judge Timothy Boyer gave preliminary approval for aggrieved fans to […]

  • Police investigate suspicious death in north St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – Homicide detectives with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department are investigating a suspicious death in the St. Louis Place neighborhood in north St. Louis. Police say a body was found in a vacant building in the 1800 block of North 19th Street Sunday afternoon just before 3 p.m. An investigation is ongoing.

  • St. Louis man drowns in Meramec River

    CRAWFORD COUNTY, MO – The Missouri State Highway Patrol is investigating the drowning of a St. Louis man in the Meramec River in Crawford County Missouri Saturday.  A report says 37-year-old Devon D. Mathews was swimming in the Meramec River three miles upstream from Garrison’s Canoe Rental when he failed to resurface just after 3 p.m. Mathews body was recovered around 4:30 p.m. An investigation is ongoing.

  • Police called to fatal pedestrian accident in North City

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis police accident reconstruction unit is investigating a fatal accident in which a male victim was struck and killed at North Florissant and St. Louis Avenue around 9:20 p.m. Police the vehicle in question was moving at the time of the incident. The vehicle involved in the accident remained on scene. An investigation is ongoing.

  • Police and fire investigating drowning call in Wilmore Park

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis police and fire departments are both investigating a call for a drowning in Wilmore Park in south St. Louis Monday night. Police say they the call came in around 7:45 pm. An EMS crew transported an infant in critical condition and another minor child with non-life-threatening injuries to the hospital. An investigation is ongoing.

  • Game-used Cardinal memorabilia from Bob Gibson, Enos Slaughter and Stan Musial up for auction

    LOS ANGELES, CA – Game-used memorabilia from 3 Cardinal greats are up for auction by Robert Edwards Auctions.  A signed Cardinal jersey worn by Bob Gibson from the 1964 World Series championship, Enos Slaughter’s 1948 game jersey and Stan “The Man” Musial’s signed glove from 1956 are just some of the items up for bid in the auction. Bidding is currently open till August 18th online. If you’re interested in learning more about the items up for auction or bidding […]

  • Motorcyclist killed in Franklin County accident

    FRANKLIN COUNTY, MO – The Missouri State Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal motorcycle accident that happened Sunday morning just after 6 a.m. The accident occurred when the driver of a 2019 Ford Explorer attempted to cross Highway 100 at Route V and pulled into the path of 33-year-old Kurt T. Alley of O’Fallon, MO who was riding a 2007 Suzuki GSXR750. Alley was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the explorer, 54-year-old Steven E. Brady of Plant […]

  • Boil Order lifted for residents in Sunset Hills and Crestwood area

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO – A boil water advisory for more than 5,000 customers in Crestwood and Sunset Hills has been lifted. The advisory was put in place Saturday after a 20-inch water main break was discovered near Crestwood City Hall. The break sent water gushing into the basement of the building and city crews have spent the weekend working to get city hall dried out.

  • St. Louis police investigating fatal accident in North City

    ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis police department is investigating a fatal accident in the North City neighbor of Jeff-Vander-Lou. The accident happened at 6 p.m. at North Grand and Cass Avenue. Police tell Fox 2/News 11 that the accident involved at Gray Dodge Charger with 2 occupants.  One person died at the scene, and the second occupant was transported to the hospital with non-fatal injuries for treatment. Accident reconstruction has been called the scene to conduct an investigation.

  • Suspects charged in fatal Rock Hill shooting

    ROCK HILL, MO – The St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office has charged 2 suspects in the fatal shooting of a Hazelwood man in Rock Hill Missouri Friday night.  The fatal shooting occurred around 10 pm in the 1000 block of Raritan Drive near Manchester Road. Police say, Rayshaun McDonald, 25, of Rock Hill and Themon Ryan, 32, of St. Charles have been charged with murder in the second degree and armed criminal action in the fatal shooting of Ashland […]

  • Ben & Jerry’s founders create new ice cream flavor in honor of Bernie Sanders

    Ever wondered what wealth inequality tastes like? The founders of Ben & Jerry’s claim to have the answer, and they’ve put it inside a new flavor called “Bernie’s Back.” The hot cinnamon ice cream includes “one very large chocolate disc on top and a (very stiff) butter toffee backbone going down the middle,” according to Sanders’ campaign website. Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, longtime supporters of US Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, created the flavor in honor of the presidential contender’s 2020 […]

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