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  • 102.5 KEZK now playing 24/7 Christmas music

    ST. LOUIS – It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas! St. Louis radio station 102.5 KEZK becomes our home town official Christmas Station for the 16th year in a row. The radio station flipped the switch Friday morning and will now be playing Christmas music for 24 hours straight from now until the holidays are over. Click here to listen!

  • Weather Kid of the Week: Bryton Shadduck

    ST. LOUIS – Bryton Shadduck is a third-grader at Ellisville Elementary in the Rockwood School District. According to his mother, Bryton has been interested in weather for years, especially severe weather. He loves to talk and is very charismatic! Bryton Shadduck is our Weather Kid of the Week! To nominate your child, ages 8-13, click here.

  • Starbucks buy one, get one free on any handcrafted drink

    ST. LOUIS – Check out this hot deal brewing to warm up on a cold day. Stop by Starbucks November 14  between 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. and when you buy any handcrafted drink size grande or larger you’ll get a second for free. This includes everything from iced coffee to cold brew, macchiatos to frappuccinos. It’s a great time to try some of the holiday drinks, like peppermint mocha, caramel creme brulee or toasted white chocolate mocha. You will […]

  • SLPS superintendent Dr. Adams to join Black Educators Hall of Fame

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Public Schools superintendent Dr. Kelvin Adams will receive national recognition this weekend.  The National Alliance of Black School Educators is scheduled to induct him into the organization’s hall of fame. Dr. Adams has led the St. Louis Public School District for 12 years and helped the district regain state accreditation. He also helped turn a $66 million dollar deficit into an $80 million dollar surplus. He will receive the honor Saturday, November 16 in  Dallas.

  • CMA Awards

    Country music’s biggest night is just around the corner! The CMA Awards will air live from the Bridgestone Arena in downtown Nashville on Wednesday, Nov. 13.

  • Grandson on a mission to take his grandma to every national park before 90

    ST. LOUIS – An Ohio grandmother is on a mission to visit every national park and Thursday she’s set to visit the Gateway Arch. 89-year-old Joy Ryan and her grandson Brad started the national park tour in 2015 at the Great Smokey Mountains National Park, and Gateway Arch National Park is their last park to visit in the continental U.S. With her grandson, Brad as her travel companion 89-year-old Joy Ryan wants to see all 61 parks before she turns […]

  • Ring in holiday cheer, Six Flags expands Holiday In The Park for the season

    EUREKA, Mo. – Six Flags St. Louis is expanding its Holiday In The Park for the season with new and updated attractions and more than a million lights across the park. This year’s Holiday In The Park will feature a new miss kitty’s Christmas show, an interactive holiday puppet show, and a new gingerbread village.  You can also celebrate with glowing campfires and s’ mores locations. Ring in holiday cheer November 23 through January 1.

  • Loop Trolley receives funding to operate until January 1

    ST. LOUIS – A much-needed loan will help the Loop Trolley continue operations for the rest of the year but for fewer hours. According to our partners at the Post-Dispatch, The Loop Trolley Transportation Development District has given the system a $90,000 dollar loan. The money will help the loop trolley operate until January 1. Bi-state Development Agency which operates MetroLink and Metro buses has also been asked to explore a viable solution to continue the long-term operations of the trolley […]

  • Aldi’s popular Advent calendars returning to stores Wednesday

    ST. LOUIS – If you love your Vino, you’ll love this new advent calendar. Aldi is rolling out its popular wine advent calendar Wednesday, November 6  for $70, and it’s also selling a beer advent calendar for only $50. The boozy holiday items contain 24 mini bottles of red and white wines or 24-mini bottles of beer. The calendars are used to count down the days of Advent, the religious days leading up to Christmas Eve. Not all Aldi stores sell beer and wine […]

  • St. Louis to host International Drug Policy Reform Conference

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis is scheduled to host The International Drug Policy Reform Conference. The 4-day event hosted by The National Drug Policy Alliance is aims to bring together more than 1500 people fighting the war on drugs. Elected officials, health care workers, law enforcement and reform attendees will have the opportunity to participate in sessions given by leading experts from around the world. The conference runs through Saturday, November 9.

  • Get a discount Amtrak ticket for November travel during flash fall sale

    ST. LOUIS – How about taking a trip to see the fall colors? Amtrak is holding a flash sale on fares with up to 60-percent off prices. For two days only, the train line is offering massive discounts on travel around the country. If you book this Wednesday, you can get deals that are good for travel the week of Thanksgiving between November 11 to November 24. Sample fares include St. Louis to Chicago for as little as $31 dollars […]

  • We’re celebrating KPLR 11’s 60th Anniversary by giving you a chance to win diamonds

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — There are just two months remaining to celebrate KPLR 11’s 60th anniversary.  We’re going even bigger to give you, our viewers the chance to win diamonds from Lordo’s Diamonds. During the month of November, we’ll have a 14-carat gold drop pendant with pave set diamonds and a pair of 14-carat white gold earrings with two rubies surrounded by diamonds. Joining us to showcase what you can win is Jim Lordo and Pat Kearcher from Lordo`s Diamonds […]

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