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  • Weather Kid of the Week: De’Marrco Bickley

    ST. LOUIS – De’Marrco Bickley is a 3rd grader at KIPP Wisdom Academy. According to his mother, De’Marrco is very infatuated with weather and listens to the news every morning. He loves learning about national disasters and watches the show “Storm Chasers” regularly. De’Marrco Bickley is our Weather Kid of the Week! To nominate your child, ages 8-13, click here.

  • Plant worker killed at American Steel Foundry accident in Granite City

    GRANITE CITY, Ill. –  The death of a worker who was injured Wednesday at a steel company is being investigated. Police responded to the American Steel Foundry for a worker who was seriously injured and needed immediate medical attention. According to the Granite City Police Department,  54-year-old Roy Evans was taken to Gateway Regional Medical Center where he later died from his injuries. OSHA will be taking over the investigation.

  • Schnucks recalls ground beef and pork sold at St. Peters store

    ST. PETERS, Mo. – Schnucks is recalling ground beef and ground pork purchased at its St. Peters, Missouri store at 100 Jungermann Road. The product may contain metal/plastic fragments. Customers who purchased any variety of Schnucks ground beef or ground pork at the store on Thursday, Dec. 13 prior to 8 p.m. should return the product to that location for a full refund or exchange. To date, there have been no reported illnesses or injuries and this is an isolated […]

  • Missouri police search for missing 16-year-old who needs medication

    TROY, Mo. – Police are asking for the public’s help to find a missing 16-year-old from Troy, Missouri. An endangered person advisory has been issued for Kenzie Sutton.  She was last seen Monday in the 200 block of  Castlewood Drive. The Troy Police Department says she voluntarily left home and has been without her medication for several days. Sutton is described as a white female, age 16, 5’4”, 130 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information should call […]

  • 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 […]

  • New Gateway Arch museum up for ‘Best New Attraction’ designation

    ST. LOUIS – The Gateway Arch’s new museum and visitor’s center is in the running to be named “Best New Attraction” by USA Today’s 10Best. As of Thursday evening, the Arch museum is in sixth place in the voter rankings. The Gateway Arch Museum and Visitor Center is up against Asbury Lanes in New Jersey, the Chicago Architecture Center, and the Underwater Museum of Art in Santa Rosa Beach. People can vote once per day until Monday, January 7.  

  • Whole Foods ‘Hot Bar’ containers linked to dangerous chemicals

    ST. LOUIS – Whole Foods Market is hailed for its high standards of healthy food, but if you’re eating off the food bar you could reportedly be getting some dangerous chemicals. A recent study ranked Whole Foods the worst of five major grocery chains when it comes to chemicals found in food packaging. The studies found high levels of Fluorine in five of the 17 items tested at the store, four of which were containers for its salad and hot food […]

  • St. Louis Art Museum buys Friedrich painting for $2.75 million

    ST. LOUIS – A new attraction is coming to the Saint Louis Art Museum at the cost of nearly $3 million. The museum purchased this small landscape by German romantic painter, Casper David Freidrich, from a private collector for $2.75 million. The piece is called “Sunburst in the Riesengebirge”. It will join the museum’s extensive collection of German expressionism when it goes on display early next year. The Saint  Louis Art Museum is one of only a few museums in the US, including the […]

  • More people dip into savings to splurge on the holiday

    ST. LOUIS – Holiday spending is expected to be up this year, but the way some people are paying for gifts leaves some concerned. A recent survey found that 37 percent of parents with children ages eight to 14 are willing to dip into their savings accounts to buy presents. Financial advisors point out that overspending can put stress on relationships, which lasts long after the gifts are forgotten. Reports show 62-percent of parents say that they have already overspent […]

  • Crestwood to pull out of Meridian Waste services agreement

    CRESTWOOD, Mo. – The city of Crestwood is cutting ties with Meridian Waste after ten years. According to our partners at the Post Dispatch, the current collection contract expires at the end of March and will not be renewed. The Board of Aldermen approved a new contract with Waste Connections Tuesday night This comes about three months after Crestwood residents complained about Meridian service and just one day after Florissant residents sounded off with similar complaints. Crestwood Mayor Grant Mabie says, “Meridian’s service has […]

  • Aardvark, only U.S. producer of paper straws cashing in

    ST. LOUIS – 2018 was the year plastic straws died and one company is cashing in on the green movement. Aardvark is the first paper straw maker in America and the company that others are turning to as they phase out plastic products. Companies like McDonald’s, Starbucks, Goldman Sachs and even the whole city of Seattle are reducing or even banning plastic straws. Over last year, the demand for Aardvark’s paper straws soared nearly5,000 percent. The company is building a […]

  • St. Louis gas station owner could be forced to pay millions for prices accused of being too low

    ST. LOUIS – A price war between two St. Louis gas stations could cost one of the owners millions. Midwest Saint Louis LLC,  the owner of Gas Mart Six on East Grand is accused of cutting gasoline prices so far below cost that it ran the Go West Mart on North Broadway out of business. According to our partners at the Post- Dispatch, a St. Louis jury ordered Midwest to pay the former owner of Go West Mart $1.8 million, but a St. Louis circuit judge says […]