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  • Snap the perfect holiday photo without the professional pricetag

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- As parent’s prepare to send out the much awaited holiday card, Cherubin Shoes has advice on how to get the perfect holiday photo. Chris Hoog of Cherubin Shoes joins us in the FOX 2 Studio to offer some tips and tricksfor a professional-grade photo without the professional-grade price. For more holiday photo tips, visit CherubinShoes.com

  • Support local vendors this holiday season at Merrily Made: Gifts and Goods Dec. 10

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- Knock out that last holiday shopping at the Merrily Made: Gifts and Goods craft event this Saturday, Decemeber 10th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the O’Fallon Brewery in Maryland Heights. Support St. Louis area vendors as they feature a variety of locally sourced goods from body butters to home decor. In addition to the fine hand-crafted products, the event will also offer attendees live music, food and, of course, plenty of beer. L.C. Wilderness, […]

  • The Way of Lights offers new trail for you and your dogs at Tails, Trails and Twinkles on Dec. 4th

    BELLEVILLE, IL (KTVI)- The Way of Lights invites you and your canine companions to enjoy a relaxing walk through the beautiful holiday light display at the Tails, Trails and Twinkles event this Sunday, December 4th. From 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., you and your four-legged friends can enjoy the lights in addition to the Barket & Expo, where local vendors will offer a variety of pet-items. For more information, visit Snows.org

  • Yucando Art Studio crafts up homemade holiday gifts anyone can do

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- For all of you less-than-crafty individuals, local business Yucandu Art Studio is here to help you create the perfect homemade gift this holiday season. Located off Allen Street in Webster Groves, Yucandu is a unique and interactive art studio and retail shop. Individuals of all ages can walk into the studio, no appoitment need, and on-staff artists will assist in creating original works of art. This holiday season, also offers take-home kits that will allow families […]

  • 9 incredible things you never knew started in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- From toasted ravioli to gooey butter cake, St. Louis is home to a number of world renowned originals.  But unlike provel cheese and Nelly, not all St. Louis originals share the same level of notoriety. For that reason, here are the lesser known origin stories of 9 universal items that got their start under the Arch. 1. PEANUT BUTTER Whether you prefer crunchy or creamy, be sure to thank STL for one half of America’s favorite sandwich. […]

  • Green Goose resale shop fights domestic violence with Safe Connections organization

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- When they opened their second location in Webster Groves three months ago, hundreds of people lined up waiting for the Grand opening of Green Goose. Green Goose is a consignment shop like you’ve never seen,offering new and recycled quality home décor at a fraction of market price. In addition to providing quality furnishings without breaking the bank, Green Goose is also doing their part to give back to the community. Green Goose will be donating a […]

  • Ameren cheers on the Blues as “Power Play Goals for Kids” raises money for local charities

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- With seventeen Power Play goals so far this season, one lucky St. Louis charity will reap the benefits of the Blues success on the Power Play. Through “Power Play Goals for Kids,” Ameren is set to donate $200 for every Blues Power Play goal. This is the second year for this event, with Ameren raising over $14,000 for charities in its inaugural year. David Wakeman, Senior Vice President of Ameren Missouri’s Customer Operations stopped by dicuss […]

  • Six Flags celebrates the first Holiday in the Park

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- St. Louis natives can now start a new holiday tradition at the beloved Six Flags theme park. For the first time in the park’s 45 year history, Six Flags will remain open during the holidays. The park embraces the holiday cheer with nearly 400 Christmas trees and over a million lights beautifully displayed throughout the park. With more than half of the rides still operational, attendees can enjoy their favorite attractions as well as new ones […]

  • Avoid the holiday sugar rush with these healthy children’s snacks

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- From pumpkin pie to grandma’s cookies, the holiday season has undoubtedly filled homes with sugary treats that make snack time a nightmare for parents. But according to registered dietitian Kathryn Riner, parents can use the holidays as an opportunity to create unique and healthy snacks for the kids. Riner recommends that parents treat snack time with the same structure as meals. Focus on finding protein and fiber rich foods and incorparating sugars in moderation. She also […]

  • O’Fallon police search for suspect after armed robbery at local KFC

    O’FALLON, IL (KTVI)- An armed man robbed a local KFC Restaurant at gun point just off Highway 50 in O’Fallon, Illinois on November 25th. Just before the 9 o’clock closing time, the suspect entered the restaurant with a firearm and demanded money from the employees. He stole an undetermined amount of cash before fleeing the restaurant on foot. The suspect was last seen running from the scene toward the Castle Acres Mobile Home Community on West Highway 50. Wearing all […]

  • Keep pipes clear this Thanksgiving by avoiding F.O.G.

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- The Roto Rooter Man and plumbers are already on standby to unclog your pipes and keep your kitchen sink from going down like the Titanic this Thanksgiving. MSD’s Sean Hadley joins FOX 2 to list what not to put down the drain while preparing your holiday feast. F.O.G. (fats, oil, and greases) Put F.O.G. in a plastic bucket or trash container with lid as opposed to the drain. Hot melted fats or grease down drain will eventually […]

  • Before the buffet advice for healthy eating this Thanksgiving

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- Many are preparing to break any and all healthy eating habits for Thanksgiving, but it is important to remember that there is a way to indulge without cheating on the diet. Whitney Linsenmeyer from St. Louis University joins us in the FOX 2 Kitchen with some “before the buffet” advice. Her advice to a hearty yet healthy Thanksgiving-simply remember the rainbow. -cranberries (red) -sweet potatoes (orange) -cauliflower that you can roast or puree to add as […]