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  • Dozens of cars burglarized in Jefferson County, victim digs for clues

    IMPERIAL, MO – One Jefferson County man isn’t afraid to go after whoever stole his wallet after he and several others in his neighborhood had their cars burglarized. Andrew Eslow says he walked out to his truck and SUV Monday morning to find it had been rummaged through. His wallet was missing. When he checked his credit card statement, he discovered it had been used at a gas station down the street at 4:45 am. When deputies told, him it […]

  • Belleville teen drowns at Fugitive Beach near Rolla

    PHELPS COUNTY, MO – The Missouri Highway Patrol is investigating the drowning of a 18-year-old Belleville teen in Phelps County. A report from the patrol says 18-year-old Kalon D. Green failed to resurface after traveling down a water slide around 3 pm Saturday afternoon.  Life guards at the scene located Green and attempted CPR. Green was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced deceased.

  • A duo from St. Louis is making waves in Hollywood

    LOS ANGELES, CA (KTVI) – A duo from St. Louis is making waves in Hollywood.  Justin DiCenzo and King Morelli joined forces in 2015 and created a song used in the season 1 finale of empire called “David & Goliath” With the help of show editor and fellow St. Louisan Joe Leonard it was a big break that lead to more opportunities. ‘Joe Leonard was working on the show and liked the music we were working on and the music […]

  • Price pledges ‘nobody will be worse off’ under GOP health care plan

    WASHINGTON — Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price said Sunday that the House Republican health care plan President Donald Trump supports will not leave anybody worse off. “Nobody will be worse off financially in the process that we’re going through,” Price said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” The former Georgia congressman also said that a lot of people were “worse off right now” due to poor insurance plans and high deductibles. “What we want to do is to put […]

  • Alton student contracts mumps

    ALTON, IL (KTVI) – A student in Alton has contracted the mumps.  School officials say the student attends one of the districts 4 elementary schools. The district sent a letter to the parents of children informing them that the district is working with the Madison County Health Department ensure the health of students, staff and volunteers. Statement from ACUSD # 11 Superintendent Mark Cappel: “We did have a student with mumps at one of our elementary schools.  We worked closely […]

  • Chesterfield residents upset over city paying for empty lot

    CHESTERFIELD, MO (KTVI) – There were more questions than answers for some Chesterfield residents angry about an empty lot that sits off Old Chesterfield Road. At a regularly scheduled council meeting Monday night, some residents told FOX 2’s Ayesha Khan that it’s one thing to waste tax payer money on a lot that doesn’t do them any good but it’s another to keep that a secret. Ken Katt said he believes in transparency especially when it comes to how government […]

  • Illinois deer harvest down to 144,150 during recent seasons

    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) _ Illinois hunters harvested about 11,000 fewer deer during the recent hunting seasons as compared to past seasons. The Illinois Departmen of Natural Resources numbers show hunters harvested a preliminary total of 144,150 deer during the 2016-2017 seasons, including archery, youth, firearm, muzzleloader and other seasons. That number was 155,229 during the 2015-2016 seasons. Increases were seen in the youth and muzzleloader-only deer seasons. And although the archery and traditional firearm seasons had the most deer taken, […]

  • Both families feeling pain, as 13-year-old pleads guilty to shooting couple at Kings Beauty

    BELLEFONTAINE NEIGHBORS, MO (KTVI) – The 13-year-old girl who shot and critically injured a couple working at Kings Beauty plead guilty and will spend the next three years in the Missouri juvenile system. The victim’s daughter said that her parents, who are in their 70’s are in constant pain. She said doctors just told her father that a hole that he has in his back from the shooting cannot be fixed. On July 19th after being kicked out of King […]

  • Problems uncovered at St. Louis city community centers

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – You Paid For It discovers troubling new problems at a second St. Louis city run community center used by about 14,000 people. Now my investigation reveals problems at another city run center in North St Louis called Wohl Community Center has issues, with two rooms of a completely exposed ceiling with exposed wiring and pipes. There are also holes in bathroom walls. The gym has wrapping around the pipes that are falling from the ceiling. Taxpayers […]

  • Laine sets up Little in OT, Jets beat Blues 3-2

    ST. LOUIS (AP) _ Patrik Laine set up Bryan Little for an overtime goal and also got his 16th score of the season, helping the Winnipeg Jets beat the St. Louis Blues 3-2 in overtime on Saturday night. Laine pushed a backhanded pass across the slot to Little 17 seconds into OT, helping Winnipeg end a six-game road losing streak. Laine tied Pittsburgh’s Sidney Crosby for the NHL goals lead with a score assisted by Little midway through the second […]

  • These Christmas lights don’t need to be wrapped around the tree

    Let’s admit it. Hanging Christmas tree lights is annoying. The end result is, of course, joyous and festive. But the process of laboriously stringing lights while being poked by pine needles doesn’t do much for the holiday spirit. Tree Dazzler, a curtain of lights that hangs vertically over your Christmas tree, could be an easier alternative this year. While the product certainly appeals to the laziest among us, it could also strike a chord with consumers who just don’t want […]

  • Fuel oil prompts temporary evacuation in Gerald MO

    GERALD, MO (KTVI) – In the Franklin County town of Gerald Saturday, a gas leak prompted emergency responders to evacuate a small number of residents. Officials say it was a leak in a fuel-oil pipeline, bubbling up out of the ground that prompted the action. The leak was on Droste Lane, near the border of Franklin and Gasconade Counties, south of Gerald. Officials on the scene say thousands of gallons of gas escaped the pipeline. Highway H was closed at […]