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  • Double shooting leaves one dead, another injured at north St. Louis White Castle

    ST. LOUIS – A double shooting at fast food restaurant in north St. Louis has taken the life of one man, according to police. The shooting happened just before 4:00 a.m at the White Castle in the 3000 block of North Kingshighway Blvd. According to authorities, when police arrived on the scene one man was unconscious and not breathing. The other man was shot in the arm, conscious and alert. A witness told KPLR 11  that the man who was fatally shot was […]

  • Metro’s Most Wanted: Bold thieves breaking into cars and stealing credit cards

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. – This is the time of the year people get busy and leave their purses, wallets, or Christmas gifts in their vehicles out of convenience. But police warn you’re just tempting fate. Thieves were recently caught on camera using stolen credits cards just hours after taking them from cars in Maryland Heights. According to Detective Shane Monnig, Maryland Heights Police Department, a homeowner in the 1800 block of Schulte Hill was the victim of brazen credit card […]

  • City leaders, federal government to hold ceremony to celebrate transfer of land for next NGA site

    ST. LOUIS – The new National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency site in north St. Louis will take another step forward today. City leaders will officially transfer the land for the NGA site over to the United States Air Force Thursday, December 13.  The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will develop the land for NGA and oversee the construction of its new headquarters Workers have finished clearing nearly 100 acres of land to make way for the new headquarters of NGA. The $1.75 billion project […]

  • Two people die after being rescued from submerged car in Kirkwood pond

    KIRKWOOD, Mo – Two people are dead after their car went into a retention pond in Kirkwood. The accident happened just after 10:00 p.m.  Tuesday night. According to police reports, 61-year-old James Delia was driving westbound on I-44 when he had a medical emergency. Delia exited onto Lindbergh Road and that’s where the car hit a fence and went into the pond in front of the Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod located at Martin Luther Drive and Kirkwood Road. Firefighters from surrounding municipalities […]

  • Pagedale shooting leaves two children, ages 2 and 7 wounded

    PAGEDALE, Mo. – Two young children are recovering in the hospital this morning after a shooting in Pagedale Monday night. According to police around 9:30 P.M. shots were fired at a home on the 6700 block of Schofield Avenue. When officers arrived, they found that a two-year-old boy had been shot in his elbow and hand, and a seven-year-old boy had been shot in his head. Both of the children were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Four other […]

  • Wildwood community to host fundraiser for victim of Catholic Supply Store tragedy

    WILDWOOD, Mo – Monday, December 10 two Wildwood restaurants are donating 100% of their proceeds to the family of Jamie Schmidt. Jamie, a wife and mother of three was shot and killed November 19 while she was shopping at the Catholic Supply Store on Manchester Road in West County. Thomas Bruce, 53-years-old, was charged with 17 counts including first-degree murder. Jamie’s colleagues at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood have organized a dine and donate fundraiser for Jamie’s family. The fundraiser is from 4:00 […]

  • Pearl Harbor ceremonies planned in St. Peters, O’Fallon, Mo

    ST. PETERS, Mo. –   Friday, December 7  marks the 77th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and St. Louisians honor each of those killed with ceremonies across the city. St. Peters Veterans Memorial Commission is hosting their Annual Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony at 10:00 a.m. at The Cultural Arts Center at St Peters City Hall. The guest speaker will be Major General Cassie Strom, U.S. Air Force (Ret.). The Pearl Harbor Day Ceremony is free to the public. If you can`t make it out Friday […]

  • Metro’s Most Wanted: Police still searching for missing pieces to solve Olivette couple’s murder

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – St. Louis County police are still looking for clues of what may have happened leading up to the deaths of an Olivette couple. Igor Zhukov and Michele Laws were last seen the day after Thanksgiving. On December 3, the St. Louis County police were called when the couple’s car was found in a ravine in Riverview. “We arrived on scene and that’s when we observed the two subjects. Very bad car accident appeared to happen, […]

  • Person struck, killed after police pursuit on I-70 near Cave Springs

    ST. PETERS, Mo. – A police pursuit ends in St. Peter’s with one woman dead after she tried to run across the highway to flee from police. Police identified the person who was struck and killed as 40-year-old Cayce Wilson from Troy Missouri. According to Missouri Highway Patrol around 1:45 A.M. on Monday Wilson pulled in front of a Moscow Mills police officer and then slammed on her breaks. The officer tried to pull Wilson over and a police pursuit began […]

  • Gusty winds, colder air greet commuters Monday morning

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – The St. Louis metro area is dealing with some strong winds Monday morning. Fortunately, the area was spared the additional snowfall that caused major problems in areas to the north and west of St. Louis. As of Monday morning, parts of Chicago remained under a blizzard or winter storm warning. Before it got to Illinois, that winter storm ran through Colorado, Kansas, and Iowa. The blizzard hit just as the holiday weekend was wrapping up, […]

  • Friends ask for donations after innocent man killed in St. Charles County crash

    WELDON SPRINGS, Mo. — A GoFundMe account has been set up for man killed in a car crash over the weekend. Aron Richardson, 36, was fleeing from police when his SUV crashed on Highway 94 and Cedar Glen Drive.  The accident killed another driver. The Missouri Highway Patrol identified the victim as Krystofer Batsell, 21, from St. Charles Count Police were trying to pull over Richardson for a traffic violation near Highway 94 and Independence Road hen when he took off. […]

  • 62nd Annual Old Newsboys Day fundraiser for children’s charities

    ST. LOUIS – Its Old Newsboys Days which means you are going to see hundreds of volunteers out on streets corners spellings newspapers 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. Friday morning. Old Newsboys as a nonprofit that has raised millions of dollars for children`s charities in our area. The group has fundraising events throughout the year, but once a year they raise money by selling a special edition of the newspaper on street corners. Old Newsboys was started in 1957 when the Globe-Democrat called […]