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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.

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    White Mass held for area health care workers

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – With the revelation of a second person in Texas infected with Ebola, Archbishop Robert Carlson held a White Mass Sunday morning at the New Cathedral in the Central West End. The mass is associated with St. Luke, the patron saint of healthcare workers.

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    Gunman shot by store clerk in attempted robbery

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Early Sunday morning a store clerk at a BP gas station shot and wounded an armed gunman attempting to rob the store. The incident occurred at 1:30 am in the 3000 block of south Grand. Police say the clerk fired two shots at the gunman wounding him in both legs. The suspect was taken to the hospital for treatment. No word on his condition.

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    Man killed on I-70 late Saturday after car is struck by tire

    ST. PETERS, MO (KTVI) -A Bridgeton, MO man was killed Saturday night in an accident on Interstate 70 in St. Charles County. It happened just before 10:00pm on I-70, west of Mid Rivers Mall Drive. According to Missouri Highway Patrol, the rear tire of a towed pickup truck fell off and struck several cars. It then went over the median and onto eastbound lanes where it struck a car driven by 76-year-old Jack Chappell. He was pronounced dead at the […]

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    Annual Autism Speaks walk held in Forest Park

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Saturday the 11th annual Autism Speaks walk was held in Forest Park. The event is the largest local fund-raiser for autism research. Since 2003 the walk has raised over $9 million dollars for research. This year’s walk was emceed by FOX2’s Margie Ellisor and was expected to attract around 20,000 walkers. It’s estimated that autism affects 1 out of 68 children in the United States.  

  • Suspects arrested following police pursuit

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – St. Louis city police are investigating an attempted traffic stop that ended in a police pursuit that started in Missouri going into Illinois, and back into Missouri. St. Louis city police say around 8:15 pm Tuesday night officers attempted to make traffic stop near Hall Street and Adelaide. The vehicle failed to stop and officers observed a passenger hang out a window pointing a rifle at the officers. The vehicle hit a bump in the road […]

  • Michael Brown protesters don’t impede fans at NLDS game

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – A small group of Michael Brown protesters demonstrated outside Ballpark Village Monday night. The protester did not disrupt activities outside the ballpark or impede fans going to the NLDS game between the Cardinals and Dodgers.

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    Federal judge grants injunction against Ferguson 5-second rule

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Federal Judge Catherine Perry granted an injunction Monday against the so-called “Five Second Rule”. The preliminary ruling stops law enforcement from enforcing protesters in Ferguson to keep moving during demonstrations or protest. Previously, demonstrators could not stand still more than five seconds during any protest. The ACLU had argued in court that police had no legal right to arrest protesters for “refusal to disperse” just for standing still. Abdullah Preliminary Injunction

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    Alan Henning family: ‘Numb with grief’ following ISIS beheading

    LONDON (CNN) — After pleas to spare the life of British aid worker Alan Henning went unanswered by the so-called Islamic State terror group, his family is “numb with grief” with the news that he has been beheaded. “It is the news we hoped we would never hear. As a family we are devastated by the news of his death. There are few words to describe how we feel at this moment,” his wife, Barbara, said in a written statement […]

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    Troy police investigating jewelry store robbery

    TROY, MO (KTVI) – The Troy Police Department is investigating a jewelry store robbery that occurred Tuesday late afternoon. Two men walked into the Lincoln County Jewelry asking to see a case of 10 diamond earrings. One of the men grabbed the case and both men exited the store. The two men fled to a waiting car with two other men in the vehicle, fleeing the scene at a high rate of speed. The case of earrings estimated value is […]

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    Second suspect in Alton murder arrested

    ALTON, IL (KTVI) – Alton Police Chief Jake Simmons announced Tuesday the arrest of a second suspect in an Alton murder that took place on Saturday, September 6th in an abandoned home in the 1000 block of Market Street. Simmons stated that U. S. Marshal’s took custody of 38-year-old Bruce D. Bradley of Fairveiw Heights in a Washington Park home Monday morning. Bradley has been charged with first degree murder, armed robbery, armed violence and possession of a weapon by […]

  • Ferguson city council tables citizen police review board for now

    FERGUSON, MO (KTVI) – Calls for change in Ferguson Tuesday night at the city council meeting as the community continues to heal after the police shooting of Michael Brown. Many residents spoke to council about the need for change and calls for the city to come together. Mayor Knowles explained what the streetfest was cancelled for this upcoming weekend. The council also decided to table for the moment a citizens police review board, wanting to get  more input from city […]