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  • Investigators believe somebody knows who killed Imo’s Pizza driver

    ST. LOUIS – Over a month after an Imo’s Pizza delivery driver was shot and killed on the Fourth of July, police are still looking for the person responsible. The victim, 31-year-old Dave Matthews, was delivering a pizza in the 3900 block of Potomac just after 11:50 p.m. “It was totally uneventful. He dropped off the pizza, made the delivery and then left,” said Lt. Scott Aubuchon, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. “But before he could leave the block, according […]

  • Groundbreaking ceremony for new Blues practice facility set for Thursday

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo.  –  A new St. Louis attraction is one step closer to becoming a reality. The St. Louis Blues break ground Thursday, August 16 on a new training center and ice complex in Maryland Heights. The $68 million project will be built on Casino Center Drive, next to the Hollywood Casino. The St. Louis legacy ice foundation will build and operate the 275,000-square foot facility. It will not only be the Blues new practice facility, it will also host […]

  • PGA Championship- Round Two

    TOWN AND COUNTRY, Mo. – The leader going into round two Friday is Gary Woodland. He hit a long birdie put on 16 to get to five under par, then birdied again on 17 to take the lead at six under. Rickie Fowler was the class of the morning wave with a 5-under 65 that has him in prime position for another run at his first major championship. Brandon Stone and Zach Johnson were tied for third at 4 under […]

  • Four years since Michael Brown’s death: Ferguson call to action

    FERGUSON, Mo. – Thursday, August 9 marks the fourth anniversary of the shooting death of Michael Brown by former Ferguson officer Darren Wilson. Wednesday night Brown`s father and a few dozen other people set up a makeshift memorial where he was shot and killed.  They placed candles and teddy bears around a bronze plaque and dove that was installed in 2015. Following Brown’s death, a Ferguson commission was set in place that made 47 recommendations for change. The group Forward Through Ferguson reports, only five […]

  • What you need to know about Tuesday’s primary election

    ST. LOUIS – On August 7th Missouri will host a primary election.  The winners of those elections will go on to the November general election. One of the biggest topics driving people to the polls Tuesday is Prop A, which is a proposition on right to work. Voting yes means no one can be required to pay union dues or be forced to join a union as a condition of employment.  Voting no would overturn the measure meaning if your job […]

  • Road closures, parking restrictions for PGA Championship

    ST. LOUS-  The 100th PGA championship comes to Bellerive Country Club Monday and 80,000 visitors expected in Town and Country. MoDOT will close Ladue road from near I-270 to highway 141 on Monday at 5 a.m. until 9 p.m. Part of Mason road will also be closed, West Walling drive and Conway Road from 5 a.m. until 9 p.m. If you’re going to the golf tournament there is no spectator parking within several miles of the golf course. General spectator parking […]

  • Missouri’s tax-free weekend expected to draw big crowds

    ST. LOUIS –  Store shelves are lined with school supplies and now is the time to pick some of those up. Missouri’s sales tax holiday starts Friday, August 3 and runs through midnight on Sunday. The event coincides with back to school season, but it’s not just for back-to-school shopping; anyone can take advantage of the tax-free holiday. During these days, certain goods will be tax-exempt, allowing you to save 4.225 percent on your purchases. Below are some of the […]

  • Fatal accident on Hall Street, causes power outage

    ST. LOUIS-  Officers report one person was killed in an accident on Hall Street and Carrie Avenue. The crash caused downed power lines around the vehicle. The wreck happened around 3:30 a.m. Thursday. The car was driving along Hall Street when it hit a power pole knocking lines down across the road. One person did not survive the crash. There were two other people in the car who were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Police have not said […]

  • Police looking for man passing bad checks at local Big River Running stores

    TOWN AND COUNTRY, Mo. – Police are looking for a man who has been passing bad checks at Big River Running stores across the area. Town and County Police Detective Chris Hunt said the suspect has been into the Big River Running store in Town and Country three times. He said employees described the suspect as friendly, confident, and engaging. According to Hunt, the suspect shows the clerk a Missouri license that matches the bad checks. Big River Running wasn’t […]

  • Gas Mart promises to meet demands after employees kick woman

    ST. LOUIS, MO — A gas station is still closed after two workers were caught on camera on July 24th kicking a woman who refused to leave. Today the owners held a press conference to discuss whats next. Gas Mart is apologizing for the incident that was caught on camera as two employees kicked a woman. They don’t know when it will re-open. Officials say they have a list of demands from the community they hope that Gas Mart will […]

  • Tour the new Topgolf location in the Chesterfield valley

    CHESTERFIELD, MO – Many people have seen the new big building with tall nets in Chesterfield. Now, Topgolf is getting ready to open.  Fox 2’s Katherine Hessel is taking a tour of the facilities to get an inside look at what we can expect. In May 2016, Chesterfield, MO, officials announced that Topgolf was coming to town. Dallas based Topgolf is replacing the old Hardees Iceplex in the Chesterfield valley on North Outer 40 Road with their fun-filled facility. Topgolf says their new facility will […]

  • Alarmed by break-ins, residents demand help from city; town hall meeting set

    ST. LOUIS – A crime prevention town hall meeting is scheduled in the Central West End after multiple car break-ins at Westminster Place Apartment Complex. After one resident walked outside to find their car windows busted and items stolen, she decided to take matters into her own hands. Patricia Bowman posted a homemade sign warning potential residents to move in at their own risk at the Westminster Place leasing office. She also taped a sign to the broken out window […]