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  • Missouri to enter statewide bid for Amazon HQ2; Won’t pick favorites between STL and KC

    ST. LOUIS, MO – Economic development officials in both the St. Louis and Kansas City regions are expected to submit competing bids in hopes of luring Amazon’s second headquarters, ahead of the online giant’s Thursday deadline for proposals. But officials with the state of Missouri are doing something they think is unique among the scores of proposals being pitched around the country: They’re entering a statewide proposal that would include an “Innovation Corridor” that spans locations  from Kansas City to […]

  • Shooting in Reynolds County leaves 3 injured

    REYNOLDS COUNTY, MO – Three patients in a Reynolds County shooting are being treated at St. Louis area hospitals Wednesday night, and authorities are still looking for suspects. The Highway Patrol and Reynolds County Sheriff are confirming a triple shooting that happened at 4 pm today on Highway 106, West of Ellington Missouri. Authorities aren’t releasing information on the patients’ condition. Residents in the area are reaching out to Fox 2 on social media, telling us they’re taking precautions and […]

  • St. Louis high school basketball teams to play in 48 hour hoops marathon

    ST. LOUIS, MO- How would you feel about tipping off a high school basketball game that counted at 4am? Practices don’t start for the winter high school sports season for another two weeks, but some St. Louis area high school basketball geams are already gearing up for what is believed to be a first: 48 hours of continuous high school hoops in the same location. On Monday, the field was announced for the 10th Annual Norm Stewart Classic, to benefit […]

  • Could MU-KU exhibition lead to NCAA basketball schedule reforms?

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Count me among the legions of University of Missouri basketball fans thrilled to hear that the Tigers will square off against the Kansas Jayhawks on the basketball court next weekend, even if it is only for a men’s exhibition game. The rivalry, lost to the Tigers’ move to the SEC and further buried by hard feelings since then, needs to be brought back to life, for the good of both schools, and college sports. I know these […]

  • Region to partner in joint, bi-state bid to bring Amazon to St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – The site that was intended to try and keep the Rams from leaving St. Louis will now play a key role in luring Amazon’s second corporate headquarters to the region, FOX2 has learned. Friday evening, the St. Louis Economic Partnership announced the region was getting behind a proposal that includes the north riverfront site that was the proposed site for a football stadium prior to the Rams’ departure for Los Angeles, and land directly across the Mississippi […]

  • Projecting a 2018 St. Louis Cardinals roster

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The St. Louis Cardinals are missing  the postseason in back to back seasons for the first time since the 2007 and 2008 campaigns. Unlike in those years, they’re missing it in consecutive seasons when baseball has two wild card teams per league, and not just one. We know the reasons why. Inconsistent pitching, disarray in the bullpen, questionable baserunning, and the lack of middle of the order punch have been alternating factors. So who will be on […]

  • Cardinal fans not happy the Cubs clinched Central title at Busch

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Deep down inside, St. Louis Cardinal fans may have conceded that they knew  the team wasn’t going to win the National League Central title. But this wasn’t a good look Wednesday night, seeing the hated Chicago Cubs clinch the division crown here at Busch Stadium. Reaction from the Cardinals locker room after their arch-rival, the Cubs clinched the National League Central Title on their home field, Busch Stadium. Back at the Mound, Again: The @Cubs take a […]

  • Where does Mizzou Football go from here?

    ST. LOUIS, MO- In the very short term, the answer to the question in the headline is…..nowhere. The team is now on a bye week before heading for a matchup against Kentucky in Lexington October 7. The longer-term question is much harder to decipher. You may have heard Head Coach Barry Odom’s fiery defense of his program after the Tigers lost to Auburn 51-14, where he declared, “I’m gonna win here…that’s gonna happen….I’m the man to get it done, with […]

  • Bishop DuBourg keeping football program but ending series with St. Mary’s

    ST. LOUIS, MO- A rivalry that began in 1957 and may be the second longest running high school football series west of the Mississippi river is coming to an end. Bishop DuBourg High School announced Friday that the annual “shoe game”, which it lost 65-22 to St. Mary’s, would be the last game the two Catholic schools would play on the gridiron. In a statement, the school said playing the game was no longer in the school’s best interest and […]

  • St. Louis Police: 10 law enforcement officers injured in protests

    ST. LOUIS, MO- In a late night briefing posted on a social media platform, interim St. Louis Metropolitan Police Chief Lawrence O’Toole and St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson updated the public on the status of protests in the area which lasted all day Friday following the not guilty verdict in the murder trial of former police officer Jason Stockley. In a video posted on Periscope, O’Toole  said his “officers have been very tolerant and have used great restraint” in the […]

  • Car crash leads to murder in Breckenridge Hills

    BRECKENRIDGE HILLS, MO- One person is dead and a search is on for a suspect after a vehicle crash in Breckenridge Hills Wednesday night. Authorities are not releasing much information but do confirm an accident in the area of Chaucer and Baltimore that is now being treated as a homicide scene. It’s still unclear how the victim in the case was killed or where exactly the victim was located. The Breckenridge Hills Police department says there is an active search […]

  • Hazelwood West grad is Commanding Officer at Irma-battered Key West post

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – A St. Louis County native stationed in Key West with a heavy set of responsibilities on his shoulders is safe after Hurricane Irma struck there over the weekend. Captain Bobby Baker, Commanding Officer at Naval Air Station Key West, is a 1989 graduate of Hazelwood West High School. According to a statement from the U.S. Navy, Baker and others from the installment rode out the storm in a nearby hotel designed to withstand a Category […]