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  • Cardinals ‘theme tickets’ on-sale Wednesday

    ST. LOUIS – Tickets for more than three dozen specifically-themed Cardinals games go on sale Wednesday morning. The themes span significant music, television, occupations, organizations, communities and more across pop culture. The tickets will be available for purchase at 10 a.m. at Cardinals.com/theme. More theme ticket dates will be announced throughout the season. 2020 Theme Nights Schedule (as of January 21, 2020) Peanuts Night Monday, April 6 vs. Los Angeles Dodgers – 6:45 PM Lucy Bobblehead Kick off the 2020 season […]

  • Florissant man faces additional charges, after teen dies from home intentionally set on fire

    FLORISSANT, Mo. – A Florissant man accused of setting his home on fire Friday is now facing additional charges.  Saturday, the Florissant Police Department announced that a juvenile that was in the house at the time of the fire had died.  Police say the child died from injuries suffered in the fire. According to Officer Steve Michael, a spokesman for the Florissant Police Department, the fire started before 3 a.m. Friday in the 1900 block of Curtis Court. When officers […]

  • Jelly Belly to release sparkling water and it comes in 8 sweet flavors

    ST. LOUIS – Jelly Belly is joining the seltzer craze and this one the kids can enjoy. The popular candy bean company introduced a line of canned sparkling water.  Officials at Jelly Belly say other seltzer companies don’t have enough flavors so they made their own. Flavors will include lemon-lime, orange sherbert, pina colada, pink grapefruit, tangerine, very cherry, french vanilla, and watermelon. The seltzers have zero calories and zero sugar. According to a press release, the initial launch of Jelly […]

  • St. Louis Police Officers Association holds press conference after Kim Gardner lawsuit

    ST. LOUIS (AP) – St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner on Monday filed what she called an unprecedented federal civil rights lawsuit, accusing the city, the local police union and others of a coordinated and racist conspiracy aimed at forcing her out of office. Gardner, the city’s elected prosecutor, also accused “entrenched interests” of intentionally impeding her efforts to reform racist practices that have led to a loss of trust in the criminal justice system. The lawsuit alleges civil rights […]

  • Donate to Pathways to Progress as part of our Spirit of St. Louis campaign

    ST. LOUIS – Pathways to Progress, a collaborative program with Catholic Charities and St. Francis Community Services, helps north St. Louis County residents who become members with employment training and retention, financial literacy, life skills, transportation, health and wellness, and even legal assistance. It’s the last week of our Spirit of St. Louis campaign and we encourage you to donate to one of our three featured charities: Casa of St. Louis, Humane Society of St. Louis or Pathways to Progress. Call […]

  • Donate to Pathways to Progress as part of our Spirit of St. Louis campaign

    ST. LOUIS – Pathways to Progress, a collaborative program with Catholic Charities and St. Francis Community Services, helps north St. Louis County residents who become members with employment training and retention, financial literacy, life skills, transportation, health and wellness, and even legal assistance. It’s the last week of our Spirit of St. Louis campaign and we encourage you to donate to one of our three featured charities: Casa of St. Louis, Humane Society of St. Louis, or Pathways to Progress. Call […]

  • Prosecutors rally for St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – Successful black prosecutors from across the country came to St. Louis for a rally outside Carnahan Courthouse in support of embattled St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner. The prosecutors joined local leaders and Gardner supporters in a show of solidarity and a protest. They said the circuit attorney is being mistreated by the powers that be. “You are not alone,” said Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby. “We will not stand idly by any longer while the […]

  • 6-year-old creates clay koala sculptures to help raise money for animals in Australia

    MASSACHUSETTS, – A heart-broken boy in Massachusetts immediately jumped to action when he heard about the wildfires in Australia. Six-year-old Owen Colley told his mother he wanted to help the animals and people who were hurt by the fire, so they started making little clay koala bears. Owen started asking his family members for donations. The deal was make a donation, get a koala.  At first, it was just family. But word got out, and donations came in. But word […]

  • Illinois bill could add ‘sexting’ to sex ed classes

    SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS -Sex education classes in Illinois may soon include addressing a modern issue. Lawmakers are proposing a bill that calls for schools to add sexting to the sex education curriculum. The law affects youngsters from sixth-grade on up. A study by the American Medical Association, 15 percent of teenagers say they have sent a sexual text. Nearly 30 percent say they’ve received one.

  • Mother in custody following suspicious death of twins

    CLAYTON, MO – No charges have been filed against a North St. Louis County woman who has been taken into custody as police investigate the death of her newborn twins on Wednesday. The 25-year-old reportedly told investigators the infants, one boy, and one girl were stillborn. But county police now say the children were carried to full term and neither was stillborn. A cause of death has not yet been determined. The deaths are only being labeled as suspicious.

  • Weather Kid of the Week: Seth Ruebling

    ST. LOUIS – Seth Ruebling is a fifth-grader at Rebecca Boone Elementary in Warrenton. According to his grandmother,  Seth has always been interested in the weather. He talks about the weather constantly and he does the weather at school in the mornings. Seth Ruebling is our Weather Kid of the Week! To nominate your child, ages 8-13, click here.

  • Teen charged in the murder of East St. Louis boy

    ST. CLAIR COUNTY, MO – A 17-year old is now charged as an adult in the murder of 13-year-old Michael Moore.  He was found shot to death on the parking lot of Mason Clark Middle School in East St. Louis on Sunday.  Tuesday, Jason Webb was charged with the murder of Moore and is in custody at the St. Clair County Jail. His bond had been set at $1,000,000. A motive for the shooting has still not been released.

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