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  • Simmons Bank, fair housing group release community benefits granting

    ST. LOUIS – After expanding throughout the St. Louis area Simmons Bank is creating partnerships to assist low and moderate-income areas. The bank chain is working with the St. Louis Equal Housing and Community Reinvestment Alliance. The organizations have vowed to open new branches in low-income areas as well as host financial literacy activities and contribute to community development investments in St. Louis. Simmons Bank is also investing half a million dollars in the Gateway Neighborhood Mortgage a new loan product designed to […]

  • Lambert Airport to begin 2nd Phase of roadway improvements

    ST. LOUIS – Changes are coming to the arrival drive at St. Louis Lambert Airport. Starting Thursday, April 25 the south lanes of arrivals drive will reopen and the north lanes will close. The changes come as phase two of the rehab project of arrivals drive gets underway at Terminal 1 . Phase two of the Arrivals Drive project will take up to 12 weeks. This work is being done as part of routine roadway rehabilitation of the concrete pavement […]

  • Mother, friend in custody after missing toddler found safe

    ST. LOUIS –  A missing toddler who has been found safe prompts further investigation into her mother and a female friend. 4-year-old Paisley Bolda who was reported missing April 17  from her south city home in the 3900 block of Nebraska Avenue in Dutchtown and was believed to be in the company of her mother. The toddler was found three days later in Holly Hills were several people were taken into custody at the scene.  However, it was unclear if […]

  • Blues Reflect on Playoff Series Win over Jets

    ST. LOUIS – The Blues won their first-round playoff series with a 3-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets in Game Six on Saturday night at Enterprise Center, to take the series four games to two. Sports Final recaps the series and the Blues take on getting by the Jets and preparing for round two of the Stanley Cup playoffs. The Blues opponent is yet to be determined for that second-round matchup. It will either be the Dallas Stars or the […]

  • Fire breaks out in south St. Louis city apartment building

    ST. LOUIS – Seven people are displaced Sunday morning after a fire broke out in a two story brick building in the 4800 block of Nebraska and south Broadway. The fire broke out around 6:30 a.m. Sunday. Firefighters say fire and heavy smoke was coming from the second floor when they arrived to the scene. One firefighter suffered minor injuries. Firefighters were able to put the fire out completely. The cause of the fire has not been determined. Battalion 4 reports: […]

  • Blues Score Three in 3rd Period, Beat Jets 3-2, Lead Series 3-2

    ST. LOUIS – Trailing 2-0 going to the third period, the St. Louis Blues scored three times to beat the Jets winning Game 5, by a 3-2 score on Thursday night in Winnipeg. Jaden Schwartz’s first goal of the series with just 15 seconds to go in the game was the winner. The Jets scored 12 seconds into the game on Adam Lowry’s goal, then got another first-period goal from Kevin Hayes to lead 2-0 after twenty minutes., After a […]

  • Police announce patrol emphasis ahead of 4/20

    ST. LOUIS – During the upcoming holiday weekend, law enforcement agencies will be on out in full force on the lookout for people smoking marijuana. April 20 or “4-20” is the unofficial holiday for marijuana enthusiasts. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says 78 people died in crashes last year because of impaired drivers, and they’ve noticed more of those drivers have illegal or prescription drugs in their system. Their main goal is to keep drug-impaired drivers off the roads. Six […]

  • Congressman Rodney Davis headed to St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – Illinois Congressman Rodney Davis will be in St. Louis Friday for the Regional Chambers Illinois Public Affairs network meeting. The meeting will take place from 8:15 a.m until 9:30 a.m. at Vector Communications on South 18th street. Davis represents parts of Madison and Macoupin counties and will discuss jobs, regional infrastructure funding, and agriculture. To register click here:

  • Chesterfield residents call for city to build a new park

    CHESTERFIELD, Mo. – Many Chesterfield residents are calling on the city to build a new park before space runs out. According to our partners at the Post-Dispatch, those living in the southeastern corner of the city say green space is lacking. They claim Wards 1, 2 and 4 all have multiple parks while those living in ward three have to drive at least ten minutes. Residents ask the city to move quick saying there’s not much open space left in […]

  • Gateway STEM High School cancels Friday classes

    ST. LOUIS – A power outage has forced a St. Louis school closed Friday. According to St. Louis Public Schools, Gateway STEM High School will not have classes April 19 because of issues from Thursday’s power outage. The issue only impacts the one school and all classes at other schools will be held as scheduled. Due to issues stemming from yesterday’s power outage, classes have been cancelled for the day at Gateway STEM High School. This is an isolated issue […]

  • Overturned dump truck caused hours of delays on NB I-55

      ST. LOUIS – An overturned dump truck is causing northbound delays on I-55 Friday morning. According to The Missouri Highway Patrol, all northbound lanes are blocked under the South Lindbergh Boulevard overpass. It is unclear how long the lanes will be closed. There is an overturned dump truck on northbound I-55 under the South Lindbergh Boulevard overpass. All northbound lanes are blocked for an undetermined time period. pic.twitter.com/thV61a47YL — MSHP Troop C (@MSHPTrooperC) April 19, 2019  

  • Visitation set for woman found dead at South St. Louis County quarry

    SOUTH ST. LOUS – Visitation is set for Thursday for the woman found dead in a South County Quarry last month. 34-year-old Stephanie Steiner’s body was found at the Ruprecht Quarry March 28. Police have ruled it a suspicious death and are still looking for tips from the public. Visitation is from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at Michel Funeral Home located at 5930 Southwest Ave.

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