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  • Good Samaritan saves overdosing man’s life after crash on I-44 on-ramp

    ST. LOUIS – Truck driver Chris Conner was on his normal Friday route when he saw a car that was partially blocking the on-ramp from Arsenal onto Interstate 44. He jumped out of his truck and found a guy in the car slumped over with a needle in his lap. Conner said the man was convulsing and drooling, then started turning blue. Conner called 911. He said the driver’s foot was still on the gas but the back wheel had […]

  • Scammers taking advantage of heat wave by posing as Ameren employees in calls

    ST. LOUIS – Some scam artists are trying to take advantage of the heat wave by calling customers pretending to be Ameren employees and threatening to turn off the air conditioning. Lydia Killoran, who owns Merit Home Health Care, received a call to her business Thursday from someone claiming to be an Ameren employee saying they were going to shut off her power at 3 p.m. Killoran said they told her that her last checks had not gone through the […]

  • Man posing as a Sprint employee walks off with $10K worth of iPhones

    ST. PETERS, MO – A man stole thousands of dollar’s worth of cell phones from two Sprint stores by posing as an employee. According to St. Peters Police Officer Melissa Doss on February 19th a man walked into a Sprint store wearing a Sprint jacket and acting like he worked for the company. Doss said the man convinced an employee that he was there to pick up iPhones for a different store. The suspect then walked out of the store […]

  • Lindbergh Monocoupe being taken down for preservation rest at STL Airport

    ST. LOUIS – After years of being suspended in the air one of Charles Lindbergh’s planes at Lambert is coming down. Crews will spend the next two nights lowering the plane and taking it apart piece by piece. The 1934 model D-127 Monocoupe has been hanging in terminal 1 of Lambert for the past 35 years. According to the Missouri Historical Society the plane was one of the first planes built completely in St. Louis by Lambert Aircraft Corporation and […]

  • City urges residents to call about stop signs covered by trees

    ST. LOUIS – Trees are covering up stop signs at the intersection where a fatal accident took place Friday afternoon and now residents are worried that they may cause the intersection to become more dangerous There are teddy bears along a pole at the corner of South Compton and Meramac. They mark the spot where a 68-year-old woman was killed in a hit and run accident. According to police, a BMW flew through a stop sign at the intersection hitting […]

  • Woman attacked in Brentwood garage; suspects in custody

    BRENTWOOD, Mo. – Three suspects are behind bars Friday after an early morning assault in a Brentwood parking garage. According to our news partners at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, a woman was punched or pistol-whipped around 8 a.m. Friday in a parking garage off of Hanley and Strassner Road. Police said the three suspects rifled through the victims’ purse and then took off on foot. Police chased the suspects to an area behind a nearby Home Depot. They said that is […]

  • As Schoendienst became a St. Louis icon, he never forgot his small town roots

    GERMANTOWN, Ill. – Red Schoendienst grew up in small Germantown, Illinois, just 45 miles from Busch Stadium in downtown St. Louis. Locals said Schoendienst put Germantown on the map. Everyone from the town grew up hearing stories about their hometown hero. Red grew from the small baseball field in Germantown, now named after him, to a Major League player, coach, and manager. Residents said as his career grew, Red never outgrow Germantown.

  • Cardinal fans remember Red Schoendienst

    ST. LOUIS – Red Schoendienst passed away at the age of 95 Wednesday. Local fans remember him as a true Cardinals legend. A lot of people think of Red on the field at opening day or riding around on a golf cart during spring training. Some said he brought an identity to the team and everyone said he will be greatly missed.

  • Metro’s Most Wanted: David Delashmit homicide

    s ST. LOUIS – On October 27th, 2007 David Delashmit who was 78-years-old was bringing milk and other groceries over to his longtime girlfriend’s house.  When he got the home in the 3700 block of McDonald he was approached by three teens on bikes. St. Louis Police Lt. Scott Aubuchon said they think the teens were trying to rob Delashmit but something went wrong and he was stabbed in the torso. Delashmit staggered to his girlfriend’s door. She called an […]

  • Alton resident sick of smelling feces, frustrated over lack of action to rid apartment of cats

    ALTON, IL – Neighbors said about a dozen cats are living inside an Alton home and the residents have not been there in months. Nadia Knight’s cousins live below an apartment on Maupin Avenue in Alton. She said her cousins called her because they were getting sick from the smell of cat feces from the floor above them. She said they had not seen the tenants in months and started sending Knight pictures of the cats left in the home. […]

  • Comments by school board member causes controversy

    O’FALLON, IL – Some people in the O’Fallon IL School District 90 are calling for the resignation of school board member Steve Springer who is accused to making prejudicial and Islamophobic comments. Ray Roskos, a parent and teacher union representative, said this all started when Springer protested a library program at a city council meeting. “He protested a program and a book that dealt with civil rights it dealt with de-segregation of schools and it dealt with women’s rights,” said […]

  • Dogtown dealership targeted by thieves twice in one week

    ST. LOUIS – Thieves stole parts from a Dogtown dealership twice in one week. Nu-Way Auto Sales has been in business at Tamm Avenue and Manchester for 22 years. Owner Khaldon Saffaf said they have had some wheels stolen over that time, but this week they had thieves busting into cars to steal the hoods off of them. Early Tuesday morning around 2 a.m., three men walked onto the parking lot of Nu-Way Auto Sales. They stole four new tires […]