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  • Weather Kid of the Week: Lisa Lee Bryant

    ST. LOUIS – Lisa Lee Bryant is a third-grader at Wolf Branch Elementary in Belleville, Illinois. According to her father, Lisa Lee loves animals and the different migrations of animals when the weather changes. Her favorite weather is snow and she’s always eager for it to get here. But then again she LOVES the summer and loves to swim. She loves all types of weather. Lisa Lee Bryant is our Weather Kid of the Week! To nominate your child, ages […]

  • FDA recalling some heartburn, blood pressure medicines that may present a cancer risk

    ST. LOUIS – The FDA  is recalling some heartburn and blood pressure medicines that may present a cancer risk. Denton Pharma Inc. is recalling antacid medications containing what may be a carcinogenic ingredient called NDMA. NDMA is an impurity that is considered a possible carcinogen by the US Environmental Protection Agency. The FDA says the ingredient is found in ranitidine tablets, Zantac and other heartburn medications. The recall is for unexpired products in two dosage amounts. Consumers with ranitidine tablets should check […]

  • Blues mascot Barclay gets his own championship bling with Stanley Cup collar

    ST. LOUIS – A special member of the St. Louis Blues organization did not receive a championship ring to commemorate the team’s Stanley Cup triumph. But on Thursday, this good boy was presented with something even more fitting – a canine cup collar! Barclay, the team mascot, was the recipient of a fancy collar made of 10 karat yellow gold and genuine blue sapphires. Nestle Purina worked with Jostens, the company that made the team’s Stanley Cup rings, to design […]

  • Domestic assault suspect killed after officer-involved shooting in Bismarck

    BISMARCK, Mo- A domestic assault suspect was killed and an officer was injured during a Wednesday night shooting in St. Francois County. Officers were called to the 1400 block of Cedar Street in Bismarck, Missouri around 7:00 p.m. for a report that a woman was being assaulted. The suspect in the case was reportedly armed with a gun. When officers arrived, they ordered the suspect to drop the gun, but instead, he allegedly pointed the gun at an officer. According […]

  • Humane Society of Missouri celebrates 150 years of helping animals across the region

    ST. LOUIS – When you think of the Humane Society of Missouri, you probably think of adoptable puppy dogs and kittens. But that’s just a part of what the organization is all about. As the organization celebrates its 150th birthday, Fox 2 speaks with HSMO President Kathy Warnick to get a bigger picture of what they do for animals in the region. If you’d like to support the Humane Society of Missouri as they embark on their next 50 years, […]

  • Host of ‘Daily Mail TV’ Jesse Palmer sits down with Fox 2

    ST. LOUIS – Host of “Daily Mail TV” Jesse Palmer is busier than ever these days. To say Palmer, a former NFL quarterback, has a lot on his plate would be an understatement. In addition to his duties for “Daily Mail TV,” Palmer works as a football analyst and also hosts a show on the Food Network. If that wasn’t enough, he’s preparing to marry his girlfriend in France over the summer. Fox 2 reporter Shirley Washington traveled to New […]

  • Tickets for ‘Hamilton’ at the Fox on sale today!

    ST. LOUIS –  “Hamilton” returns to the Fabulous Fox Theatre and tickets go on sale to non-season ticket holders Monday, Jan. 6, at 9:00 a.m.  Ticket prices range from $89 to $399. One transaction is allowed per person, with an eight-ticket limit per.  The theatre’s popular lottery system offering musical–lovers the chance to see “Hamilton” on the cheap. The Fox will have 40 seats available for all performances for just $10.  You can purchase tickets online at, by phone at 314-534-1111 or in person at the Fabulous Fox box office at 531 N. Grand Blvd. […]

  • Build-A-Bear Workshop to open new location in downtown St. Louis Saturday

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis based company Build-A-Bear Workshop is getting ready to open its newest store in the metro Build-A-Bear will mark the opening of its new downtown St. Louis store Saturday, January 4  with giveaways, raffles, mascot appearances, and other activities. The new shop will be located in the Grand Central Building at 415 S.18th Street which is also the site of the company’s new headquarters near Union Station. The store will be open from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. […]

  • First baby of the New year born at Mercy Hospital

    CREVE COEUR, Mo. – Mercy Hospital welcomes the first baby of 2020 just 21 minutes into the New Year. Little Owen was delivered to proud parents Bryce and Audrey Van Deraa of University City. He will join big brother 16-month-old Elliott when he comes home.

  • Candlelight vigil set for New Year’s Eve to remember homicide victims

    ST. LOUIS – On a night usually set aside for celebrating, some are in pain. A vigil will be held Tuesday New Year’s Eve, to remember all the murder victims in St. Louis from this past year. Families Advocating Safe Streets will hold its 278th Annual New Year’s Eve Candlelight Service at Williams Temple Church of God in Christ located at 1500 North Union Boulevard at 3 p.m.

  • Police investigating 2 non-fatal shootings overnight

    ST. LOUIS – Shootings on both sides of the river kept police busy Tuesday morning. The first shooting happened in Alorton, Illinois just after midnight. Police say a man was shot while walking home on Walnut Avenue. Then around 1:30 a.m victim was found shot in the stomach on Hamilton Avenue at Cabanne Avenue in north st. Louis. Both victims were taken to a hospital.  We are told investigators are working to determine what led up to both shootings. No additional […]

  • Police issue ‘endangered person advisory’ for Missing St. Louis County man

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — An endangered person advisory has been issued for a St. Louis County man who went missing early this morning. Police say that Kyle Anthony Zygmund, 29, was last seen traveling east at around 1:00am on Gravois Road from Sterling Place in a black 2012 Cadillac CTS with Missouri license plate id ZB6S6A. He stated he wanted to kill himself and is in possession of a firearm. St. Louis County Police describe Zygmund as a white male […]

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