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    Mulit-vehicle accident shuts down 4 lanes of EB I-70

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KTVI) – A multi-vehicle accident on eastbound I-70 near St. Charles has shut down four lanes of traffic. St. Charles and Pattonville Fire Departments have responded to the scene. Witnesses say at least 15 emergency vehicles are on scene, along with five fire trucks.

  • Former waiter charged with credit card theft

    MAPLEWOOD, MO (KTVI) – In Maplewood, a brazen waiter now faces jail time for stealing a customer’s credit card and spending thousands with it. It happens sometimes. After paying for a meal, you accidentally leave your credit card at the restaurant, then go back the next day to pick it up. But one customer, dining with his family at the Maplewood Olive Garden, wasn’t so lucky. Maplewood police say his server, 18-year-old Jamon Anderson, snatched the card right off the […]

  • Collinsville catsup bottle up for sale

    COLLINSVILLE, IL (KTVI) – The World’s Largest Catsup Bottle is up for sale. The iconic Brook’s bottle has been a community fixture in the Collinsville area for years. On Monday, a “For Sale” sign went up for the water tower and the factory below it and residents are worried that their town may be losing its most famous landmark. The asking price? $500,000.

  • Couple decides to move after two weekend shootings

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – St. Louis Police are trying to determine whether two shootings in north city are related. Investigators say two men opened fire on three women in a home in the 700 block of Thrush at about 4:40 Sunday evening. Two were injured. One was killed. Hours later, four men wearing dark clothes opened fire on three men sitting on the front porch of a home on the same block. One man was shot in the back and […]

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    St. Louisans protest conflict in the Gaza Strip

    UNIVERSITY CITY, MO (KTVI) – The Palestinian Solidarity Committee and the St. Louis Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations held a rally and march in the Delmar Loop to protest the Israeli operations in the Gaza Strip. A couple hundred people attended the rally. In the Mideast fighting raged in Gaza with Palestinians reporting 87 civilians killed and Israel say 13 of its soldiers died in combat Sunday. Israel says a major reason for those casualties is that Hamas […]

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    Parents suing SW Missouri school district

    CARL JUNCTION, Mo. (AP) _ Lawyers for a southwest Missouri school district being sued by the parents of a boy who killed himself are asking for all electronic communications the student saved. The filing earlier this month is part of the Carl Junction school district’s response to a wrongful death suit filed last year by the parents of the 14-year-old who hanged himself in his bedroom on March 16, 2003, The Joplin Globe reported (http://bit.ly/1k38PGE ). The district is asking […]

  • Plane accident sends one woman to the hospital

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO (KTVI) – An accident at Creve Coeur Airport Saturday evening sent a woman to the hospital. The woman was a passenger in a single-prop plane that ran into an unoccupied plane nearby. The single-prop plane had a mechanical malfunction and jolted forward causing the accident. The woman suffered non-life threatening injuries.

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    Suspect in custody after shooting woman

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – St. Louis police are investigating a shooting that occurred in the 5300 block of Emerson in north St. Louis. Police say a suspect was taken into custody after shooting his girlfriend in the arm. An investigation is ongoing.

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    Dierbergs recalling some California fruits from stores

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Dierbergs is recalling some of its California-based stone fruits. The recall includes conventional and organic varieties of yellow peaches and nectarines, white peaches and nectarines and plums and pluots because they possibly may be contaminated with listeria. So far, no illnesses have been reported. The California-based packing company Wawona is voluntarily recalling the fruit, while Dierbergs is pulling all recalled fruits from their sales floors. Customer who brought the fruit between Monday, July 14th and noon […]

  • Flood waters recede enough to open roads and ferry

    (KTVI) – Receding flood waters are allowing roads and a ferry to reopen. Illinois 96 through Mozierin Calhoun County, Illinois 100 through Jersey County and the Brussels Ferry have been reopened. The road and ferry were closed ten days ago due flooding on the Mississippi and Illinois River.

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    Missing Wisconsin man may be in St. Louis

    Update:  Jimmy Kelley  has been located. ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Authorities are on the lookout for a missing Wisconsin man who boarded a bus in Chicago bound for Huntsville Alabama. Jimmy Kelley, 43, was supposed to transfer buses in St. Louis, but failed to do so at the Greyhound Bus Station in downtown St. Louis. Police say Kelley is 5’9”, weighs 180 pounds and was last seen wearing a black t-shirt, blue jogging pants with a white stripe down the […]

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    Teen dies from self inflicted gunshot

    ALTON, IL (KTVI) – An 18-year-old is dead after authorities say he was shot in the head while playing with a gun. Witnesses told police Austin Wilcox was playing with the gun early Saturday morning that wasn’t working. Witnesses say they were watching TV when they heard a gunshot. When they turned around Wilcox had shot himself with the gun he had been playing with earlier.