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  • Broadway ramp onto westbound I-64 closed until mid-December

    ST. LOUIS – The ramp from Broadway to westbound Interstate 64 in downtown St. Louis will shut down Monday, October 15 for two months for renovations. The Missouri Department of Transportation said the work is part of ongoing repairs to several ramps along 40/64 in the city just south of Busch Stadium. The ramp is scheduled to close after 9 a.m. Also, there will be a lane shift on the Poplar Street Bridge that could cause backups for drivers heading […]

  • Eastbound I-64 at Jefferson closed through the weekend

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. –  There is another major road closure for driver headed downtown or into Illinois this weekend; this closure effects I-64 eastbound those lanes are going to be closed starting downtown and into Illinois. Starting at Jefferson Avenue all the way to Illinois Route 3 all of the eastbound lanes of I-64 will be closed. The closure is happening so that workers can replace a joint on the Popular Street Bridge. Several of the access ramps onto the […]

  • Metro’s Most Wanted – The unsolved murder of Debbie Simpson

    ST. LOUIS – An unsolved murder that spans three decades. The victim: a young woman in the prime of her life. Thirty-three years after her death, the family of Debbie Simpson is still looking for answers. Debbie was the oldest of three sisters. At 19 years of age, Debbie began working for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in aeronautical chart defense mapping. In July 1985, Debbie was 30 and living on her own in an apartment above a bar on the […]

  • Ferguson residents forced to leave condemned apartments with less than 24-hour notice

    FERGUSON, Mo. –  Some Ferguson residents are scrambling this morning after their apartment building was condemned Tuesday. According to our partners at The Post-Dispatch, one of the buildings in the Park Ridge Apartment Complex was condemned after a chunk of concrete fell from the balcony of the building right in front of the front door of the unit below.  Residents say they have been complaining for years about cracks in the walkways and bowing in the foundation. Mandatory evacuation notices […]

  • St. Louis aldermen seek final approval on several key issues

    ST. LOUIS-   The Board of Alderman is tackling three different key issues at their meeting on Friday, October 5. The aldermen are fighting back against a plan approved by voters in 2012, to cut the number of aldermen from 28 to 14 which takes effect in 2022. Aldermen want a “do-over,” and are set to vote October 5 and to ask city voters to reconsider.  Back in May, Mayor Lyda Krewson said, she would veto such a bill. Also  Friday, […]

  • Ft. Zumwalt father dies after battle with cancer

    ST. LOUIS –   A sad News 11 follow up, the father of a Fort Zumwalt West High School student has lost his battle with cancer.  Brian Froneyberger passed away Wednesday night. Students started rallying behind their classmate’s family after they learned that his father was diagnosed with incurable cancer. About a month ago Froneyberger went to a Fort Zumwalt West High School football game to watch his son Gage play. That’s when a video of a surprise for him went viral. When […]

  • Police investigate multiple violent shootings overnight across metro area

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis police are investigating several violent shootings that took place overnight Tuesday, resulting in three murders in six hours. This comes on the night when neighbors met for the National Night Out Against Crime. According to police, one man was found shot to death just before midnight in the 4200 block of W. Cote Brilliante Avenue at Annie Malone Drive in north St. Louis. Two men, 62-year-old Leroy Hunt and a 39-year-old, were walking eastbound on Cote Brilliante […]

  • Barnes-Jewish Hospital offers free flu shots to the community

    ST. LOUIS – Changes in the weather mean not only the start of the fall season but also the beginning of flu season. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 200,000 Americans are hospitalized with flu-related complications each year. And the single best way to protect against the flu is for families to get vaccinated each year. For the 15th consecutive year, beginning Monday, October 1 Barnes-Jewish Hospital will provide seasonal flu shots at several Barnes-Jewish locations while […]

  • Poplar Street Bridge work causes downtown closures this weekend

    ST. LOUIS – Major road closure this weekend for drivers headed downtown and across the Poplar Street Bridge into Illinois for repair work. Starting at Jefferson Avenue stretching all the way to Illinois Route 3  all of the eastbound lanes of I-64 will be closed. Several of the access ramps onto the interstate will also be closed, including the ramp from eastbound Interstate 44/northbound Interstate 55 onto eastbound 64. According to IDOT the closures, scheduled to coincide with the eastbound Poplar Street […]

  • Metro’s Most Wanted: Who killed David Bewig?

    ST. LOUIS – David Bewig, 31-years-old, grew up in Pevely Missouri with his parents and sister. His father Dave said they were an extremely close-knit family and David enjoyed doing all the typical outdoor things. He said that David also enjoyed music and spent a lot of time promoting local rap and hip-hop artists Dave said that December 8th, 2016 started like any other day. David was planning a big birthday party for himself, so he headed to St. Louis […]

  • Things to know about St. Charles City new liquor law changes

    ST. CHARLES, Mo. – The St. Charles City Council approved new rules for bars and restaurants on North Main Street after months of discussion. Main Street business owners sit on both sides of this issue. Some are concerned about the public safety while others say the new laws will put their businesses and their livelihoods in jeopardy. The new bill has three main components: The first creates a three-person liquor commission for the city made up of the chief of […]

  • Two suspects in custody after vandalization cancels classes at Normandy High School

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – Normandy High School canceled classes through Wednesday, September 26 over safety concerns following acts of vandalism over the weekend. According to North County Cooperative Capt. Clay Farmer they have identified everyone involved in the vandalism and two people are in custody. He said the same group of people also vandalized Normandy Middle School last week and Barack Obama Elementary school the same night they hit Normandy High School. The school’s facilities and maintenance teams were […]