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  • Driver collides with Centreville police cruiser, three injured

    CAHOKIA, Ill. – Three people were taken to hospitals after a crash involving a Centreville police officer. The crash happened at Illinois 157 and Illinois 163, near the St. Louis Downtown Airport. According to police, a driver had an open container of alcohol in the vehicle and thought they were approaching a DWI checkpoint. Police said the driver attempted to do a U-turn to avoid it but wound up striking a Centreville police cruiser. An officer in the cruiser was […]

  • 2018 St. Louis News in Review: A governor resigns, the Cardinals struggle, and big election news

    ST. LOUIS – As is the case in many years, some of the biggest news stories of 2018 were from topics we might have expected had we mapped out what this list could look like on January 1, like the culmination of a construction project, or an election that we at least knew was going to happen on a specific date, even if we didn’t know the result. But no one could have imagined the political shockwaves that would start […]

  • 2018 in St. Louis: A look at moments,events and stories we’ll remember

    ST. LOUIS, MO- As you might expect, the end of the year brings with it the typical News and Sports Stories of the Year. But as we looked at the stories that made a big impact, we were still left with a cornucopia of other moments, events, and inspirational stories….some important,  and others not so much, that had St. Louis talking over the past year, or had the world talking about St. Louis. Here’s a look     The Fabulous […]

  • Ann Wagner staves off challenge from VanOstran to win fourth term

    The Associated Press is projecting that U.S. Representative Ann Wagner (R-Ballwin) has won a fourth term in Congress representing Missouri’s Second District, defeating attorney Cort VanOstran (D-Clayton), Libertarian Larry Kirk, and the Green Party’s David Justus Arnold. Wagner’s three previous general election wins came by margins of at least 21 percentage points against opponents who did not receive much support from national Democratic party interests. This time, VanOstran, a lawyer and visiting lecturer at Washington University, garnered that support and […]

  • Hawley defeats McCaskill in contentious Senate race

    ST. LOUIS – Two years after winning his first race for elected office, Josh Hawley is poised to claim his second general election win with a ticket to Washington, DC. Fox News is projecting Hawley has defeated two-term incumbent Senator Claire McCaskill in a race that has had national attention for months. A Fox News Poll had the race as a tossup less than a week before election day. President Donald Trump has publicly backed Hawley for months, mentioning him […]

  • Missouri voters approve minimum wage increase

    The Associated Press is projecting that Missouri voters have approved a statewide proposition that will increase the state’s minimum wage. Proposition B will increase the minimum wage to $8.60 per hour, with annual 85 cent increases until 2023, when the minimum will sit at $12. The proposition also increases the penalty for employers caught paying less than the minimum wage. The state’s current minimum wage of $7.85 per hour means a person working full-time hours would earn just over $16,000 […]

  • Gauging possible offseason trade partners for the St. Louis Cardinals

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Missing the postseason for the third consecutive year gives the Cardinals organization and fans some extra time to focus on moves to improve during the offseason. If we all agree that the odds of reeling in big free agent solutions like Manny Machado and Bryce Harper are at the very least not entirely favorable, then it is only prudent to see what else is available via the trade market. It’s a safe bet that everyone will want […]

  • In interview, Jon Hamm expresses interest in playing Batman

    ST. LOUIS, MO – Could a St. Louis native made famous for playing Don Draper be the next to don the trappings of a certain Caped Crusader? In an interview for In Depth with Graham Bensinger (11:30pm Sunday on FOX2), Jon Hamm says he’s never discussed the role of Batman with anyone in a position to make it happen, but sounded open to it. “I am a huge comic book fan, always have been. I’ve read comic books since I was […]

  • Police officer injured in accident on I-270

    FERGUSON, MO – A Ferguson police officer is being checked out at a hospital Wednesday night after his patrol vehicle was struck on Interstate 270. Chief Delrish Moss tells Fox 2 that it happened around 9 pm on 270 and West Florissant. The police car had stopped to help a disabled vehicle on the side of the road when his vehicle was struck from behind. The injuries are to his neck and back but aren’t believed to be serious. The […]

  • St. Charles firefighter hospitalized after vehicle fire, explosion

    ST. CHARLES, MO- Late Wednesday night, the St. Charles Fire Department announced that a firefighter suffered second and third-degree burns to his hands and burns to his face while putting out a vehicle fire. In a Facebook post, the department said the incident happened near the intersection of Highways J and H. According to initial reports, a vehicle door was blown 60 feet as a result of an explosion on the scene. The cause is still under investigation. The unidentified […]

  • Fire destroys mobile home in St. Charles

    ST. CHARLES, Mo. – Three pets are dead following a Tuesday afternoon fire in St. Charles.  Fire crews are now wrapping up the scene at the Towne West Mobile Home Park. Authorities say the fire started in the kitchen and that the unit is a total loss. Two dogs and a cat in the mobile home did not survive; a fourth pet did survive. 3 people live in the home but were not home at the time of the fire. The fire […]

  • Whistleblower to name names in academic fraud investigation at Mizzou Athletic Department

    COLUMBIA, MO – The whistleblower at the center of an academic fraud investigation at the University of Missouri Athletic Department said today that she’s ready to name names. In a series of tweets today, Yolanda Kumar, the now former academic tutor in the Mizzou Athletic Department who came forward in the fall of 2016 to say she took classes for players and was involved in other forms of academic dishonesty. She says she will release a full list of students […]

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