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    Patient that tested negative for Ebola released from Jefferson County hospital

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – A nurse who recently arrived back from Liberia helping to fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has been released from Mercy Hospital in Jefferson County. The nurse had tested negative for the Ebola virus after falling ill earlier this week and checked herself into Mercy Hospital as a precaution. The Jefferson County Health Department and Mercy Hospital isolated the nurse during her stay at the hospital. Officials say the nurse has had no contact […]

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    5 area malls to open for Holiday shopping Thanksgiving night

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Looking for a way to get a jump on the holiday shopping season? Five area malls will be opening their doors for Black Friday shoppers on Thanksgiving night at 6 pm. The five malls participating are: Chesterfield Mall, Mid-Rivers Mall, St. Clair Square, South County Center and West County Center. For a complete list of stores open and shopping hours, head to the websites listed below. Chesterfield Mall Mid-Rivers Mall St. Clair Square South County Center […]

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    Missouri hunters bag 91,000 deer in first weekend of firearm season

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KTVI) – Many consider it a rite of passage, and the 2014 deer hunting season kicked off with the largest harvest in three years. This year’s hunters took in over 91,000 deer in the first weekend of the firearms season. That’s the second highest total since 2010, when nearly 98,000 deer were harvested. The top counties were Franklin with 1,839, Howell with 1,793 and Callaway County with 1,791. The Missouri Department of Conservation only reported three deer […]

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    Police release name of a person of interest in body found in burned car

    EAST ST. LOUIS, IL. (KTVI) –  An update on the investigation of a body found in a burned out car Monday in East St. Louis off 18th street, near Broadway. The Major Case Squad says the victim found in the vehicle was 43-year-old Antonio L. Jones of Ferguson. They further stated Wednesday night that there was a person of interest in the case, 43-year-old Hairl T. Johnson. Authorities are looking for Mr. Johnson and asking for the public’s help to […]

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    Police investigating homicide in north St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – St. Louis homicide detectives are on the scene of a murder in the 8700 block of Annetta in north St. Louis. Police say the victim was a male, who was shot in the back. An investigation is ongoing.

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    Police investigating homicide on Pershing

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – St. Louis homicide detectives are on the scene of homicide that occurred Monday night just before 9 pm. Police say the victim is a male, who was shot and killed in an apartment in the 5600 block of Pershing in north St. Louis. An investigation is ongoing.

  • Miss Missouri and Miss Missouri Teen crowned for 2015

    ST. CHARLES, MO (KTVI) – Sunday night in St. Charles, both Miss Missouri and Miss Missouri Teen were crowned on the campus of Lindenwood University. The winner for Miss Missouri was Miss Columbia, while Miss Sedalia took the Miss Missouri Teen crown. Both contestants will go on to represent Missouri in the Miss USA and Miss Teen USA pageants next year.

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    Driver killed in head-on collision with combine

    JERESEY COUNTY, IL (KTVI) – The Illinois State Police is investigating a fatal accident that occurred Sunday afternoon on Route 16 near Reddish road in Jersey County Illinois. Authorities say a John Deere combine was traveling east on Route 16 taking up both lanes, when it was struck head-on by a Ford van traveling west on Route 16. The driver of the van was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. The name of victim is being withheld pending […]

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    College football player drops football before scoring in one of the craziest plays ever

    (KTVI) – You have to see it to believe it. Utah wide receiver Kaelin Clays goes into the end zone for a touchdown in Saturday night college football game between the Oregon and Utah. But the unbelievable happens when Clay drops the football one yard short of the end zone, thinking he had scored and starts to celebrate. Alert Oregon players see that the football is still in play and run it back for a 100 yard touchdown.

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    “Walk for Love” benefits Shriners Hospital for Children

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Sunday hundreds of people from around the Midwest came to Forest Park to participate in the “Walk for Love” that benefits Shriners Hospitals for Children. Participants included current and former patients, their families and Shiners. Sunday’s walk featured a 5K run, and a one and half walk or roll. Runners and walkers were treated to entertainment from Moolah Shriners clowns and teddy bear clinic.

  • Justice for Michael Brown weekend sponsors workshops for youth

    FERGUSON, MO (KTVI) – A Saturday evening a workshop is being sponsored by Reverend Al Sharpton and his National Action Network as part of the Justice for Michael Brown weekend in north St. Louis County. The workshop focused on police brutality and laws that need to be changed that enable police brutality according  to the National Action Network. The workshops are meant to symbolize the four hours Michael Brown’s body reminded in the street after being fatally shot. The workshop […]

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    Triple shooting sends pregnant woman to the hospital

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – St. Louis police are working a triple shooting in the city’s south side in the 2600 block of Rutger. Police say three women were sitting in the back of a residence when shots were fired from a black SUV. The St. Louis Fire Department says one of the victims is pregnant and was transported urgently to the hospital. Another woman was also transported to a hospital and the third victim refused treatment. An investigation is ongoing.