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  • Attorney says federal subpoena of St. Louis County govt should leave Stenger concerned

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – Now that a federal grand jury’s subpoena into the St. Louis County government has been made public, legal experts can try and dissect what they see. Attorney Jay Kanzler of the law firm Witzel, Kanzler & Dimmit said County Executive Steve Stenger has to be concerned. “I wouldn’t be sleeping well at night because clearly, the government wants to see everything I’ve done, said to anyone, spoken to all my campaign contributors and agencies, and […]

  • ‘Restaurateur of Our Age’ Vincent Bommarito passes away

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Vincent Bommarito Sr., a  man who championed St. Louis and was called the “Restaurateur of Our Age,” has passed away. Vhas passed away. He was 88. Fine dining, elegance, and being treated like royalty was the standard Bommarito set at Tony’s in downtown St. Louis. His father, Anthony Bommarito, passed away three years after opening Tony’s in 1946. Vincent, who was then in his senior year at St. Louis University High School, took over. He had […]

  • Stenger facing calls to resign over federal investigation

    St. Louis County Councilman Tim Fitch calls on County Executive Steve Stenger to resign so that county government can work better for the people. He feels the relationship between Stenger and the council is horrible. “It’s beyond repair. The trust is broken. Once the trust is lost its hard to accomplish anything for the common good,” said Fitch. Steve Stenger responded quickly this morning saying: “I am not resigning. The voters of St. Louis county elected me to do a […]

  • Steak ‘n Shake franchisee discusses intense measures to become ‘franchise partner’

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – In the last two days, at least three more Steak ‘n Shake restaurants have “temporarily closed.” Eleven St. Louis area locations now sit idle, but the company says this is part of a better plan. The Steak ‘n Shakes in St. Ann, Ballwin, and Sullivan were the latest to “temporarily close.” These stores and eight others which have stopped serving steakburgers since January won’t re-open until corporate finds each a franchise partner. “St. Louis and […]

  • Steak ‘n Shake closing another St. Louis-area store

    ST. LOUIS – This February, Fox 2/KPLR 11 told you about six Steak ‘n Shake locations that were closed for what the company said was for remodeling. Another Steak ‘n Shake is closing its doors and not giving employees much time to figure out their options. Fox 2 received word that the Steak ‘n Shake on Manchester Road in Ballwin told employees Thursday morning that the restaurant would be closing that day. A few employees had worked at that particular […]

  • Despite massive blaze, firefighters save historical collections at Karpeles Museum

    ST. LOUIS – A massive fire at the Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum in south St. Louis miraculously didn’t destroy or damage the extensive collection of historical documents. St. Louis firefighters arrived at the museum around 7 p.m. Tuesday night to battle the four-alarm fire. Frank Absher, the founder of the St. Louis Media History Foundation, said the building appears to be a total loss but not anything inside. “The fire that started, started on the back side of the auditorium […]

  • 19 years gone: Mother of slain high school student still holds out hope for justice

    ST. LOUIS – Tuesday marks 19 years since Cara Davenport was murdered in St. Louis. And to this day, no justice has been served. Each year on March 26, Cara’s mother, Sharon Webb, visits Calvary Cemetery where she is buried. she cleans and decorates it. She also prays for justice in her daughter’s death. “It is really difficult (to keep hope alive) after 19 years but I always promised my girls that if anything happened that I would fight until […]

  • Federal grand jury subpoenas Stenger’s records as part of St. Louis County government investigation

    CLAYTON, Mo. – The federal government has issued a subpoena to the St. Louis County government for information on County Executive Steve Stenger. A federal grand jury has requested emails, texts, and other records relating to Stenger’s work as part of a larger investigation into the county administration. Stenger issued the following response on the subpoena: “With respect to the issuance of a subpoena to county government, we intend to provide all of the information requested and cooperate fully.” St. […]

  • Kindergartner’s mother wants to know why she’s not allowed to see letter written to her son

    MEHLVILLE, Mo. – The mother of a Mehlville School District kindergartener says Beasley Elementary read a letter to her son—written by another parent, questioning his behavior—but won’t let her see it. The district has another take on the matter. Brandi Ruhland wants to know why the kindergarten teacher read a letter to her son written by a classmate’s parent and she isn’t allowed to see the letter. “It’s ridiculous. Anything shown to a 6-year-old can be shown to their parent,” she […]

  • St. Louis police union calls circuit attorney a menace

    ST. LOUIS – On Wednesday, St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner said the judge, special prosecutor, and St. Louis police involved in the case against her former lead investigator in the Eric Greitens impeachment case were not playing by the rules. On Thursday, the NAACP and Missionary Baptist State Convention of Missouri backed Gardner, while the St Louis Police Officers Association claimed the circuit attorney is a menace to society. Adolphus Pruitt, president of the St. Louis NAACP, and Pastor […]

  • St. Louis prosecutor calls warrant an intimidation act

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner is saying enough is enough and defending herself from what she calls attacks from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and its union. Gardner says she wants to set the record straight about an on-going investigation that has nothing to do with her. At present, a grand jury is conducting a perjury investigation into William Tisaby, whom the circuit attorney hired last year to investigate former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens. Gardner […]

  • ‘St. Louis or Sacramento’: Group trying to bring MLS to St. Louis feels very good about chances

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis is considered a frontrunner to land an MLS team. However, it’s not a done deal. Our city has competition. Caroline Kindle-Betz, who is part of the ownership group trying to bring a team to the Gateway to the West, says they’re working as if the team will be given to St. Louis. “It’s Sacramento and St. Louis; that is what they have said,” said Kindle-Betz, president of the Enterprise Holdings Foundation. MLS Commissioner Don Garber […]

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