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  • Lightning strike that hit cyclist caught on tape

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO (KTVI)– Fox 2 has video of what is believed to be the actual lightning strike that hit a cyclist in the head in Maryland Heights Thursday night. A Pattonville firefighter was recording video on his cell phone as the storm moved through. Suddenly you see a bolt touchdown. It was in the same location and time where 51-year-old Joseph Adams of Ballwin was hit while riding his bicycle home from work. The lightning struck about 5:20 on […]

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    De Soto police searching for suspect in bank robbery

    (KTVI)– De Soto police worked quickly to identify the man who robbed the First State Community Bank. Police say Christopher Hendricks robbed the bank just before one Friday afternoon. It didn’t take long to name the suspect because they say after looking at the surveillance tape officers recognized Hendricks. He is still on the loose Friday night.

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    Yadier Molina back in the line-up for St. Louis Cardinals

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- After missing seven weeks with a thumb injury, St. Louis Cardinals All-Star catcher Yadier Molina will be back in the line-up with the team Friday night. Molina injured his thumb in the July 9, 2014 game against the Pirates while sliding into third base. Cardinals Tony Cruz and A.J. Pierzynski have been the catchers for the team since Molina’s injury. Cruz has been optioned to Springfield (AA) to make room for Molina on the roster. The […]

  • National “March on Ferguson” to be held Saturday

    FERGUSON, MO (KTVI) – Some national leaders and local hip hop artists are expected to take part in a “National March on Ferguson” Saturday. The march is sponsored by the, “Justice for Michael Brown Leadership Coalition.”  They will start at 10am at the burned out QuikTrip in Ferguson, then march to where Brown was killed, where they will say a prayer.  Next, they’ll march to a nearby park on Ferguson road where a rally will be held. Organizers are calling […]

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    IRS: Don’t answer phone calls from 202-609-7070

    WASHINGTON, DC — Taxpayers are being warned about a new widespread phone scam.  The Internal Revenue Service says people are calling claiming to be IRS agents and demanding payment for fake tax liens. The callers are using a number with a Washington DC area code.   The number 202-609-7070 has been frequent in complaints in the month of August. The phony agent usually has a heavy accent and tells the victim they owe money to the IRS.   They say that if […]

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    Man found shot to death in North St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Police are searching for a suspect after a 36-year-old black male was shot and killed in North St. Louis Thursday. Jerry Norman of the 2700 block of Hadley St., was found around 2:45 p.m. lying in a gangway in the 2700 block of Blair Ave. According to the police report, the investigation revealed the victim suffered multiple gunshots to his head. The victim was pronounced dead on the scene. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with […]

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    Car thief ditches vehicle after driving over security spikes

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A car thief didn’t get very far after swiping a vehicle from a Hertz lot. It happened around 3:45am Friday near Lambert airport. The crook stole a Chevy Malibu then drover over some security spikes and ended up with four flat tires. The thief abandoned the vehicle about a half mile from the lot on Natural Bridge. He is still on the loose.

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    Sen. McCaskill to chair “militarization of police” hearings next week

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Missouri US Senator Claire McCaskill will chair hearings next week on what she calls the “militarization of police.” McCaskill was critical of the police response in Ferguson  when armored trucks, riot gear and tear gas were used on the crowd. The hearing will review the Defense Department’s program that supplies surplus military equipment to local police. The fraternal order of police defended the program, saying the equipment is needed to protect officers.


    East Alton man facing child porn charges

    (KTVI)– An East Alton man faces child pornography charges. Steven Yon was arrested earlier this week. Madison County sheriff investigators got a tip from the national center for missing and exploited children about child pornography associated to Yon’s email accounts. Electronic devices and media taken during the investigation contained pornographic images. Police are working to make sure the child involved is safe.

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    Grocery stores still in talks with union after strike authorization vote

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)– As we approach the Labor Day weekend, one labor group has authorized a strike vote that may affect Schnucks, Dierbergs and Shop n’ Save stores. Local 88 of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union represents more than 3,000 employees who work in the meat, deli and seafood departments at the three grocery chains. A spokeswoman for the Greater St. Louis Food Employees Council, which represents the stores, says Local 88 this week voted against a […]

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    Glendale police officer dismissed over Ferguson Facebook comments

    GLENDALE, MO (KTVI) –  Police suspended an officer last week for comments he made on Facebook. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that he was suspended after saying Ferguson protesters were “a burden on society and a blight on the community.” The Glendale Police Department reports Pappert is no longer employed by the city.  Details of the internal investigation are closed personnel records. They say his comments are absolutely not the views or opinions of the department or the city.

  • First Birthdays: August 28, 2014

    (KTVI) – Happy Birthday to our little viewers turning 1 year old today.  Each of our birthday boys and girls gets a coupon for a discount on an ice cream cake from Dairy Queen. Want to get your child’s picture on the air? Click here for the details.