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  • WB I-44 near Shrewsbury reopens after bi-state police pursuit ends in crash

    ST. LOUIS – A crash following a bi-state police chase shutdown westbound Interstate 44 near Shrewsbury Wednesday morning. According to authorities, the chase started in East St. Louis and eventually ended with a crash on the interstate. Police sources told FOX 2 at least two juveniles are in custody.  It is unknown if anyone was injured in the crash. No other information has been released regarding the incident. More details will be posted as this story develops.  Check the latest […]

  • Maryland Heights ranked the best suburb in Missouri

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. –  Looking to find a new home and not break the bank? According to the personal-finance website, GoBankingrates.com Maryland heights is the best suburb in Missouri. The site completed a comprehensive study analyzing the cost of living, quality of schools and safety in suburban areas surrounding the biggest cities across the country. Maryland Heights tied for first place with Grain Valley near Kansas city. The list based on home prices, monthly rent; annual cost of essentials such as groceries, health […]

  • Dole recalls packages of baby spinach due to salmonella risk

    ST. LOUIS – Dole Fresh Vegetables is recalling packages of baby spinach. The company said a random sample tested positive for salmonella. The spinach being recalled has packaging with a use-by-date of Aug. 5. The packages were distributed in 10 states including Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin. Dole urges people not to eat the spinach and to throw it out. More information can be found at www.dole.com.

  • St. Louis Cardinals release their 2020 schedule

    ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinals announced their 2020 regular-season schedule Monday afternoon in conjunction with the other Major League clubs. The team issued the following statement to all media outlets, which is included below. The team’s full home and away schedules are attached as well. The home opener for the Redbirds is set for Thursday, April 2 against the Baltimore Orioles as part of a seven-game homestand with Baltimore (April 2, 4-5) and the Los Angeles Dodgers (April […]

  • Report: St. Louis police officer under investigation for gas station assault

    ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis police officer is under investigation for allegedly assaulting a man at a gas station Thursday morning. According to our news partners at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, a source familiar with the investigation said store surveillance cameras recorded the incident. A reporter at the newspaper reviewed the footage, which does not contain audio. The video shows the officer inside the gas station—located in the 3800 block of Martin Luther King Drive—buying some cigarettes. He’s dressed […]

  • Ballwin man sentenced for sending financial support to terrorists in Syria

    ST. LOUIS – A 41-year-old Ballwin man was sentenced Friday to 66 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to providing material and financial support to terrorists, including a St. Louisan who was fighting on behalf of ISIS. Armin Harcevic, a Bosnian national, will also be subject to deportation and removal from the United States. According to court documents, Harcevic and four others were named in an indictment charging them conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists and an additional […]

  • Cowchip Throwing Championship to be decided today at Missouri State Fair

    SEDALIA, Mo. – The Missouri State Fair continues in Sedalia, Missouri. Friday marks Missouri Department of Conservation Day at the fair. The big highlight of the day is the state “Cowchip Throwing Championship” from 8 a.m. to noon. Law Enforcement and Firefighter Appreciation Day is Saturday and Military Appreciation Day is Sunday. The fair runs through next Sunday, August 18.

  • Wentzville man recovering after attack outside Hotshots

    WENTZVILLE, Mo. – Wentzville police still have no leads in a brutal beating three weeks ago outside a local restaurant. Andrew Grafeman said he was blindsided while waiting for an Uber outside the Hotshots Sports Bar and Grill on Wentzville Bluffs Drive. The attack took place just after midnight on July 20. Grafeman was taken to the Barnes Trauma Center with several broken bones in his face. His jaw had to be wired shut and he now has several plates […]

  • Upcoming workshop for college students to succeed in school

    ST. LOUIS – Work smarter, not harder. Many college-bound students will ask, “How do you do that?” Kit Maxwell can answer that! She’s an academic coach and is offering a $120 four-hour workshop just for college students this Saturday, August 10, entitled “A Semester That Doesn’t Suck.” Maxwell visits Fox 2 News to discuss the most common obstacles to becoming a better student. The workshop is being held from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at The Center, located at 3 […]

  • Former alderman discusses long-term outcome of Ferguson protests

    FERGUSON, Mo. – Five years after the shooting death of Michael Brown and the violent protests that followed, we’re taking a look at Ferguson and state of the region. Former St. Louis Alderman Antonio French was one of the more prominent figures during the unrest. He was a fixture on social media, showing his followers what was going on. French has since left the St. Louis Board of Aldermen and continues his work to better the African-American community as well […]

  • Three events work to build up black businesses

    ST. LOUIS – Economically empowering St. Louis’ black communities is the goal of three events this week that anyone in the world will have an opportunity to view. Fox 2 is supplying the cameras and Twitter will livestream the signal. Veta Jeffery, senior vice president of community and economic development at Midwest Bank Centre, visits Fox 2 News to discuss how the event can help empower the African-American community.

  • Tim’s Travels: Particularly Preposterous Packaging Day

    ST. LOUIS – When you pack your items for shipping, do you overdo it a bit? If so, today is your day! On this edition of Tim’s Travels, Tim Ezell is celebrating Particularly Preposterous Packaging Day at the UPS Store.

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