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  • Kolten Wong launches GoFundMe campaign for volcano relief in Hawaii

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The incredible pictures and videos coming out of Hawaii following Kilauea’s latest eruption and the resulting flow of lava are weighing on St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong. Wong grew up about 20 miles from the devastating scenes playing out now on the Big Island. On Monday, Wong launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise $200,000 for relief efforts. Money would be distributed to non-profit organizations on the ground helping those impacted by the lava fissures and earthquakes […]

  • Albert Pujols reaches 3,000 hit milestone

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Albert Pujols had a career earmarked for Cooperstown before he left St. Louis for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim after the 2011 season, but the former Cardinal slugger added to his Hall of Fame resume Friday in Seattle against the Mariners. He singled off former Cardinals pitcher Mike Leake, in the fifth inning to become the 32nd player to reach 3,000 career hits. He’s the second to reach that mark in an Angels uniform, joining Rod Carew, who did it […]

  • A way too early look at where Drew Lock could land in the 2019 NFL Draft

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Missouri quarterback Drew Lock ultimately heeded the advice of an NFL advisory panel which urged him to stay in Columbia for his senior season instead of entering the draft.  We’re left to wonder if, had he declared and was drafted as a first rounder, if last night the 2018 class would have tied the 1983 class which saw six quarterbacks selected. Instead, five were selected.  Over the last 10 years, an average of three have been taken […]

  • MU probe confirms evidence of ‘impermissible academic benefits’ involving student-athletes

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Nearly a year and a half after a tutor said she took classes for University of Missouri student-athletes and was involved with other forms of academic dishonesty, the school confirms an investigation has found evidence of impermissible academic benefits. Yolanda Kumar said in November 2016 her behavior was encouraged by academic coordinators in the athletic department. A letter Kumar received from Athletic Director Jim Sterk this month doesn’t confirm that claim but does say its investigation “has […]

  • Rockwood Summit baseball student-manager gets moment in the sun

    FENTON, Mo. – Joe Niemeyer was already geared up for a big weekend. The Rockwood Summit senior is up for nomination as Prom King Saturday night. But Friday afternoon, Niemeyer, who has Down Syndrome, got a surprise. Niemeyer serves as a student manager on the Varsity baseball team, his second year on the job. For Friday afternoon’s matchup between the Falcons and Webster Groves Statesmen, both squads cooperated so Niemeyer could get the experience of getting on base and scoring. This […]

  • Greitens’ mistress defends deposition, says he admitted taking her picture “on multiple occasions”

    The attorney for the woman at the heart of the invasion of privacy case against Missouri Governor Eric Greitens has released a statement defending his client against the Greitens’ legal team and suggestions that she may have dreamed up elements of her testimony in depositions. Late Monday night, attorney Scott Simpson released a statement saying that Greitens “has admitted to my client, on multiple occasions that he took her photograph, without her consent, and threatened to release it if she […]

  • One child dead in Interstate 70 crash; three other children hospitalized

    ST. LOUIS, MO- St. Louis Metropolitan Police are investigating a crash Friday night that has left one child dead and sent three other children and an adult, to area hospitals. It happened around 7pm on Interstate 70 eastbound at St. Louis Avenue, and according to police, involved a single vehicle. Accident reconstruction crews are on scene. A St. Louis Fire Department spokesman says three other children were transported from the scene, with one being in critical/unstable condition. An adult was […]

  • Gioia’s Deli pulling product from Busch Stadium after opening day service problems

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The Cardinals lost more than the ballgame Thursday at Busch Stadium in the team’s home opener against the Arizona Diamondbacks. It also lost a local deli which was planning on offering hot salami to fans all season long. On Friday, Gioia’s Deli announced it was pulling out of the stadium in a Facebook post. “It was brought to our attention that the service and product quality standards that we adhere to were not met at the home […]

  • Elderly man and woman found dead in South St. Louis home

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Police responded to a home on the 5300 block of Reber Place in south St. Louis Thursday afternoon around 1:30pm and found two deceased people inside. The victims were described as a male and female in their late 80s or early 90s. Police found no sign of inflicted trauma and handed the investigation off to the city’s Medical Examiner.

  • Update: Highway Patrol investigating double fatal I-44 accident

    FRANKLIN COUNTY, MO- Two people are dead and traffic along Interstate 44 was closed westbound following a fatal vehicle accident between a tractor trailer and a car Thursday afternoon. The Missouri State Highway Patrol confirms the accident happened around 3:45pm east of St. Clair in Franklin County. Traffic was diverted at the Highway AH ramp while accident reconstruction crews worked the scene. Late Thursday, authorities identified the victims as Kristine Bergmann, and Justin Giddens, both of Pacific. According to the […]

  • St. Louis Police on Cardinals opener: ‘This is not the place to prey upon people’

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Of all the things to worry about on the day of the home opener for the St. Louis Cardinals, security does not appear to have been a big issue leading up to first pitch. Thousands of fans were downtown hours before festivities inside Busch Stadium get underway. FOX2 talked to St. Louis Metropolitan Police Major Mary Warnecke late Thursday afternoon.

  • Authorities searching for missing Franklin County man

    FRANKLIN COUNTY, MO- The Franklin County Sheriff’s office has issued an Endangered Person Advisory for a man who hasn’t been heard from for almost a month Authorities say Michael Jolly, 43 was heading for Affton, Missouri to visit family on March 11 when he contacted relatives to say he was lost in the Fenton area. Jolly never arrived in Affton. When his cell phone was pinged March 12, the Sheriff’s office says it was in Kentucky. The advisory says Jolly has a […]