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  • Shots fired outside funeral home in Wells-Goodfellow

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis police were called to a funeral home in north city after receiving reports of shots being fired outside the building. According to a spokesperson for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, the shooting happened outside the Serenity Memorial Funeral Home in the 1900 block of Union Boulevard, located in the Wells-Goodfellow neighborhood. A man who answered the phone at the funeral home said he was not aware of the incident outside in the street. A […]

  • Officer shoots and kills Chesterfield Outlet Mall suspect

    CHESTERFIELD, Mo. – St. Louis County Police confirm an evidence technician unit is on the scene of an officer-involved shooting at the outlet mall in Chesterfield. An employee at a store at Chesterfield Outlets Mall confirms the incident happened in the parking lot around 1 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. Police tell FOX 2 that officers arriving on the scene located a suspicious vehicle on the parking lot.  Officers ordered the occupants of the vehicle to exit the car. The driver of […]

  • Officer collapses while chasing suspect on foot in Pine Lawn

    PINE LAWN, Mo. — An officer with the North County Police Cooperative was taken to a local hospital Friday after he collapsed during a foot chase. This happened in the area of Natural Bridge and Jennings Station Road. Police sources tell us the officer pulled a person over during a traffic stop late Friday morning. That individual, identified as 25-year-old Ronald Brandy, was wanted for felony weapons charges and took off running. Brandy was arrested after a search in the […]

  • Standoff ends at Big Al’s Dirty Laundry in Columbia, Illinois

    COLUMBIA, Ill. – A standoff in downtown Columbia, Illinois has ended.  Police tell Fox 2/News 11 that the standoff ended around 7:45 p.m. Tuesday night with the suspect in custody, and no one injured. The standoff began early Tuesday afternoon when a woman called Columbia police around 3 p.m. to report that her boyfriend was having problems and had disappeared. Police later located the man at Big Al’s Dirty Laundry just off of Main Street. Workers at a nearby business […]

  • Six firefighters injured in Maries County home explosion

    VIENNA, Mo. — The Missouri State Fire Marshal is still looking for a cause behind a home explosion in Maries County that injured six firefighters. It happened outside Vienna, Missouri, which is about 120 miles southwest of St. Louis. The Maries County Sheriff Chris Heitman said the explosion occurred Friday morning while firefighters were extinguishing a blaze at a house in the 13000 block of Highway 28 West. The injuries ranged from moderate to severe burns and cuts from flying […]

  • No arrests reported for any unruly Blues fans in St. Louis after Stanley Cup win

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Police say there were no arrest reports filed last night for any unruly behavior from Blues fans. They report the celebration in downtown St. Louis was joyous and without incident. Fans filled the Enterprise Center, Busch Stadium, and Ballpark Village for watch parties involving tens of thousands of people. Last year, when the Washington Capitals won their first Stanley Cup, Washington D.C. was relieved as the fans’ celebration resulted in only one arrest. In 2017, the […]

  • St. Louis wins another round in court against the Los Angeles Rams

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — The City of St. Louis has won another round in court against the Los Angeles Rams and owner Stan Kroenke. In a decision released this morning by the Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District, the court has found for St. Louis and turned down the Rams and Kroenke’s request for arbitration. This case stems from the Rams decision to leave St. Louis in 2015. The lawsuit was filed by the City of St. Louis, the sports […]

  • Prosecutors say mom concealed daughter’s diabetes for years until she died

    EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. – The Madison County State’s Attorney’s Office charged an Alton woman Thursday with intentionally denying medical treatment for her daughter’s diabetes, eventually causing the child’s death. Amber Hampshire was charged with involuntary manslaughter and endangering the life of her 14-year-old child, Emily. She turned herself in at the Alton Police Department late Thursday afternoon. Prosecutors and police believe Hampshire first learned of her daughter’s diagnosis in 2013 when Emily was just 9 years of age but took measures to conceal […]

  • Car crashes into south St. Louis business; multiple injuries

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A car drove into a business in the 4200 block of Bayless in south St. Louis. A nearby business owners confirm a car driven by an elderly woman has sped through the front of the Great Clips in the strip mall at that address. Those at the scene tell us the car went all the way through the store and into the back of the building. Multiple people inside the store were injured as the car […]

  • Blues make coaching change, relieve Hitchcock

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The St. Louis Blues announced this morning they have relieved Coach Ken Hitchcock of head coaching duties with the club and have promoted Associate Coach Mike Yeo. General Manager Doug Armstrong plans to discuss the move during a 10 a.m. news conference this morning at the Blues practice facility in Hazelwood. Yeo had been hired this past offseason to replace Hitchcock at the end of the current season, but the Blues have stumbled out of the […]

  • Boil advisory lifted for parts of St. Louis County

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) –  Missouri American Water announced the boil water advisory has been lifted for all impacted areas of St. Louis County just after 8am.  Water tests confirmed the water is now safe for consumption.  The advisory had been in place since noon Tuesday.  The advisory had impacted local schools, businesses and residences ranging from west to north county. Thousands of people in north, central and west St. Louis County were under a precautionary water boil advisory after a brief power […]

  • Emotional farewell to sick K9 Officer

    ST. CHARLES, MO (KTVI) – A recently retired St. Charles County K9 Officer passed away Thursday.   Officer Arias had just retired a few months ago after a dozen years of service. The 14-year-old Belgian Malinois was recently diagnosed with liver cancer and was euthanized Thursday.  Fellow officers gathered at the veterinarian office to pay last respects and bid farewell to their colleague. The emotional goodbye was also attended by Arias’ longtime partner, Officer Brad Penuel.

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