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  • Music critic Kevin Johnson tells us about upcoming concerts

    ST. LOUIS – Music critic Kevin Johnson talks all anout upcoming concerts in the area we should attend. Chance The Rapper, Pushing Tour To 2020 to spend time with family, no new stl date yet? Bob Dylan And His Band, Oct. 22, Stifel Theatre Little Big Town, Fox Theatre, Feb. 20 “Nightfall” Tour Immature, Ray J, Day26, B5, J. Holiday, Nov. 15, Chaifetz Arena A Drag Queen Christmas comes to the Pageant Dec. 1 Oak Ridge Boys, Nov. 24, River […]

  • ‘Personal Statement’ Documentary returns to PBS October 8

    ST. LOUIS – Award-winning filmmaker Juliane Dressner and student Enoch Jemmott discussed the inspiring, Emmy-nominated documentary the Personal Statement. This feature-length documentary follows three high school students who, realizing college guidance is almost non-existent at lower-income schools, counsel themselves and their classmates and together, defy the odds as the study, prep and apply to colleges.

  • Semi-truck crash cause major backup on WB I-55/70 in Collinsville

    COLLINSVILLE, Ill. –  Significant traffic delays for commuters headed west on Interstate 55/70 Friday morning, as a semi-truck crashed on the roadway. The crash happened on Interstate 55/70 near mile marker 12 just before 4:30 a.m. Bommarito Automotive SkyFOX flew over the scene shortly after the crash occurred where the truck was in the median. As of 6:40 a.m. only one lane is getting by. It is unknown if anyone was injured in the crash. No other information has been […]

  • St. Ann officer injured in pursuit of stolen vehicle

    ST. ANN, Mo. – A St. Ann police officer was seriously injured Tuesday night in a crash while pursuing a stolen vehicle. The accident took place in the 8 p.m. hour at Adie and Lee. The officer’s car was found wrapped around a utility pole after being rammed by a stolen vehicle. The officer suffered severe injuries to his legs and was rushed into surgery. The suspects bailed from the vehicle a short time after the collision and remain on the […]

  • Report: Chesterfield sex offender paid high school athlete for sex

    ST. LOUIS – A Chesterfield man is facing a federal charge for allegedly paying a 17-year-old high school student for sex. According to our news partners at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, court documents say 44-year-old Jeremy David Rogers messaged the teen in July using Snapchat. Rogers, who was using the pseudonym “John Smith” at the time, offered the teen $200 to meet him. The 17-year-old snuck out of her home and met with Rogers. The two had sex in his […]

  • Silver Dollar City getting into the Halloween spirit with illuminated pumpkins

    BRANSON, Mo. – New fun coming to Silver Dollar City this fall. The Branson theme park is going full glow with more than 10,000 pumpkins lighting up the night sky well into the evening. The event—Craft Days, Pumpkin Nights Harvest Festival—starts September 25 and runs through October 26. Guests will see giant scarecrows, cats, owls, totem poles, and a three-story pumpkin greeter. There will also be a glow-in-the-dark black light dance party and specially-created pumpkin foods.

  • Sprint provides free wireless devices and service to St. Louis Public School District

    ST. LOUIS – High school students in St. Louis Public School District, will be getting a free mobile device in  Board of Alderman President, Lewis Reed efforts to close the homework gap. The devices will be passed out at Carnahan High School located in the 4000  block of South Broadway at nine 9:00 a.m. Over the last two years, Sprint has donated more than 2,000 tablets to students in the SLPS Virtual Schools Program.  This year, more than 1,000 highschoolers […]

  • UPS to hire nearly 100,000 seasonal employees for the holiday season

    ST. LOUIS – If you’re looking for extra work this holiday season UPS is looking to hire. According to the shipping giant, UPS will hire 100,000 seasonal workers for the holiday shipping rush. UPS says jobs range from drivers, driver assistants, and package handlers. The new hires are expected to begin working from November through January 2020. Come and join the team! Today we announced that we will hire 100,000 people for the holiday season this year. We’re offering the […]

  • Mission Taco to open new location in Kirkwood

    KIRKWOOD, Mo. – Mission Taco is expanding! The popular eatery will soon open its new restaurant in Kirkwood. This will be the seventh and largest location for Mission Taco. The new restaurant will be on East Jefferson in the former Kirkwood Station Brewing Company space. The Kirkwood Mission Taco will also include a new tortilla production line, private event space, as well as an arcade with a combination of vintage games, pinball, and skee ball.

  • Fredbird to giveaway Cardinals tickets on the Metrobus Monday

    ST. LOUIS – Fredbird will surprise some lucky MetroBus passengers on Monday between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. Officials say, his route is a secret, but he’ll be riding the specially painted St. Louis Cardinals art bus somewhere in the St. Louis area. Fredbirdand his helpers giving away free tickets to an upcoming Cardinals game! He will hand out the baseball tickets until they are all gone, so you’re going to have to be at the right place at the right time! […]

  • Metro’s Most Wanted: Mother haunted after watching son gunned down in front of her

    ST. LOUIS – A son shot and killed in front of his mother. Now she’s asking for help to put the killer behind bars. Cathy Cole was with her grandkids and son, Corey, headed to lunch on July 9, 2018. They had to drop off Corey’s girlfriend, who lived in the 3200 block of Bailey Avenue in the Fairground Park neighborhood. The family drove there and parked in front of her apartment. “There was a car parked next to us,” […]

  • IDOT to close portions of SB I-255 in the Metro East

    COLLINSVILLE, Ill. –  A portion of southbound Interstate 255 will be closed throughout the weekend. The lanes will close from Interstate 55/70 to Interstate 64 starting at 9:00 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6. During the closure, a posted detour will direct drivers to take southbound Interstate 55 to eastbound Interstate 64 to return to southbound Interstate 255. While the lanes are closed, IDOT workers will be making necessary bridge repairs. The lanes are expected to reopen by 5:00 a.m. Monday, Sept. […]

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