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  • Tesla picks St. Louis for first Missouri public showing of Model 3 sedan

    ST. LOUIS, MO — The first public showing of Tesla’s new Model 3 sedan in Missouri will be at the company’s St. Louis showroom. You can see the car at their University City location near I-170 and Olive Blvd. The new, more affordable offering from Tesla is proving very popular. Nearly a half million consumers made reservations for the car. But, as recent as April, Tesla was laboring through slow production. Now, the University City location is getting them in […]

  • Gov. Parson pushes for infrastructure improvement, right-to-work legislation

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Governor Mike Parson has only been on the job since June 1 but says his team has come out of the gate fast. And it all started with an hour and a half meeting with President Donald Trump, Parson says surprised him with how much he actually knows about our state. “We talked about infrastructure and workforce development. Tariffs. His views are different than mine to a certain degree,” Parson said. Parson adds that he and […]

  • Wash. Univ. student looking for positive outcome after frustrating police encounter

    ST. LOUIS – One of 10 African-American students alleging mistreatment from Clayton police earlier this month says he doesn’t need a better apology from the department, but rather wants something more positive to come from the frustrating experience. That student, Teddy Washington, and his mom and dad want to make one thing clear: what happened to Teddy and nine other Washington University students was not a police issue, but rather a right and wrong issue. The students were walking south […]

  • St. Charles city councilman pulls ‘noise ordinance’ bill prior to Tuesday hearing

    ST. CHARLES, Mo. – Some businesses in historic downtown St. Charles feel as if city council wants them out because of a series of recent ordinances. Eric Sohn, general manager of Quintessential Dining and Nightlife, said the city’s latest attempt at passing a noise ordinance—to stop amplified outdoor music of any kind—would drive people away from the area. “It would kill businesses down here. I don’t know how we would survive if (we’re) not allowed to use our rooftop for […]

  • Police ask for public’s help identifying car break-in suspects

    CREVE COEUR, Mo. – Creve Coeur Police are searching for suspects of a car break-in that was caught on high definition video. The high definition video shows some men breaking into an unlocked car at the Vicino On The Lake Apartments on Wednesday at around 6:45 a.m. The car owner had a dual dash cam set up to capture front-end activity and anything that goes on inside of the car. “I can’t remember seeing video this clear. It’s unique to […]

  • Creve Coeur looks at revising hunting ordinance to make deer culling easier

    CREVE COEUR, Mo. – Creve Coeur is looking at revising their hunting ordinance. City officials want to it make easier to hunt an increasing amount of deer. Many Creve Coeur residents have expressed concern with a growing population of deer. So police are looking at making hunting deer easier and more attractive. “We’re engaging with the city council to get input and with citizens in Creve Coeur, who would be interested in hunters on their property to harvest deer,” said […]

  • Missouri approves measure preventing minors from entering MMA competitions

    ST. LOUIS – Mixed martial arts is a tough, physical sport. A new Missouri measure, which sailed through the state House and Senate, is making sure kids under 18 can’t ever fight in a cage. “With the sport growing in leaps and bounds right now, we needed something like this for the state of Missouri,” said Jesse Finney, owner of Finney’s MMA. Finney, a former MMA fighter, is the biggest MMA promoter in the state. He said kids are training […]

  • Family, friends grieving after murder of Imo’s delivery driver

    ST. LOUIS – Imo’s Pizza delivery driver Dave Matthews passed away Saturday morning after being shot in the neck on July 4 while he was making a delivery in south St. Louis City. He was 31. According to police, Matthews was delivering a pizza just before midnight in the 3900 block of Potomac in Tower Grove South where he was shot several times and rushed to the hospital. His family said they’re too heartbroken to speak on camera but Zachary […]

  • At naturalization ceremony, new US citizens discuss ongoing immigration debate

    COLLINSVILLE, Ill. – The US District Court for Southern Illinois welcomed 60 people into America as legal citizens. “The US is great because it’s a united country and so I’m really proud and happy to be a US citizen,” said Gilberto Juergo, who immigrated from Guatemala. Judge Donald Wilkerson told the group America needs them and informed them of several immigrant success stories. “The judge was awesome and he really made us feel comfortable,” said Laty Laracassen, who’s from Mexico […]

  • St. Louis Community College students getting a 5 percent break in tuition

    ST. LOUIS – Big news for St. Louis Community College students as they’ll soon receive a 5 percent reduction in tuition. Governor Mike Parson is expected to sign Missouri HB 2003 on Friday, giving higher education exactly 5 percent of the 9 percent in funding that former Governor Eric Greitens had planned to take away. The community college system is going to give that 5 percent back to their students. “Those that have a balance will have that amount reduced […]

  • Fellow cab driver remembers slain colleague as a hard worker

    ST. LOUIS – A Laclede Cab driver is being remembered after he was murdered Monday. The body of 66-year-old Boris Louioukine was found in the 2500 block of Dodier around 9:35 p.m. He was unconscious and not breathing. He was bleeding from the back of his head from a puncture wound. His Laclede cab was found the next morning in the 10000 block of Duke Drive in the Castle Point neighborhood. A Laclede Cab colleague Robert Glynn said Boris was one […]

  • $1000 reward offered to find missing East St. Louis man

    EAST ST. LOUIS, IL – A 30-year-old man is missing and his family is asking for help to find him. Willie Fair III has been missing since June 15th. His family says he would never disappear on his own. Police have some clues as to his whereabouts. They know that witnesses saw Willie walking near 84th street and State Street in East St. Louis.  He was headed to the Mobile gas station. “I believe he’s only had an accident in […]