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  • Firefighter overcome by heat Thursday morning

    ST. LOUIS – The heat is especially hard on area firefighters. One of them was overcome by the heat while batting a blaze Thursday morning on Red Coat Way Court in O’Fallon, MO. The fire started just before 1am. The man who lived in the home was able to escape unharmed. There’s no word on what sparked that fire.

  • “Gabe” screening July 20 in The Delmar Loop

    UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. _ “Gabe” is one of the dozens of films in the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase. It’s the story of a young man with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, who was told he would not live past 25. Gabe made it his life goal to earn a college degree. Then, during his senior year of college, he received a new diagnosis, doubling his life expectancy overnight. Luke Terrell, director of Gabe, joined us on FOX 2 News in the Morning to […]

  • IBM executive discusses cybercrime

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ Cyber security breaches have impacted everything from government to business to our personal lives. While there is no official census to count the number of cyber-criminals we`re facing, we do know that hackers are growing increasingly sophisticated, collaborating in forums on the dark web to share tactics and tools. Cyber-criminals even work in gangs that operate like a well-oiled business with some even offering ‘customer support’ to those purchasing their cyber-crime tool kits. Diana Kelley, Global […]

  • Better Business Bureau- Rental car tips

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ We’re in the middle of the busiest travel season of the year. Sometimes that means renting a car when you get to your vacation destination. But there are things you should keep in mind before you get behind the wheel. Chris Thetford with the Better Business Bureau shares what you should know. The fine print on a rental car contract can be confusing, but travelers can avoid surprises or misunderstandings on vacation or business trips by […]

  • First Birthdays- July 20, 2017

    ST. LOUIS – Happy Birthday to our little viewers turning 1 today.Want to get your child’s picture on the air? Click here for the details.

  • Shop UV protective clothing at West County Center

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ Skin cancer is one of the most prevalent forms of the disease. July is UV Awareness Month and Sean Phillips, marketing director for West Count Center, shows us some UV protective clothing and accessories.

  • Try this granola for grown-ups

    ST. LOUIS — Granolas been around a long time. It was the hippie food of the 1960’s.  It first surfaced 100 years before that as a health food at at New York spa. It’s remained pretty much the same until Kylie Roth started messing with it.  Kylie is the owner of St Louis’ Made Fare Co. That’s where they make granola for grown-ups   More information: http://madefare.com/

  • St. Louis named, ‘Archdiocese of Hip’ by Catholic Hipster

    ST. LOUIS — The Archdiocese of St. Louis is getting some style points. That is according to the third annual Archdiocese of Hip contest on Twitter, concocted by Catholic Hipster author Tommy Tighe. St. Louis beat out three other contenders, Los Angeles, Detroit, and Halifax-Yarmouth, Ohio. More than 700 cast their votes and St. Louis picked up a whopping 64 percent of the vote. Some voters posting that we are known as the, “Rome of the West.” They also say […]

  • Cool activities for hot days

    ST. LOUIS — It’s too darn hot!!  Keeping the kids occupied during this heat wave might be a bit of a challenge. The folks at American Carnival Mart & Partyland are here to help. More information: http://www.funcarnival.com/    

  • Preventing tick borne illnesses

    ST. LOUIS — A rise in tick borne illnesses has doctors concerned. Pediatrician Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann says that symptoms include fever, a round rash around the bite location, or an all over the body rash. Dr. Berchelmann says you should use a repellent that contains at least 20% deet.  Many people try to use more naturally occurring repellent such as eucalyptus oil or citronella. Learn more here  

  • Should men reconsider early stage prostate cancer surgery?

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ Arizona Senator John McCain is battling one of the most aggressive forms of brain cancer. Last week, the 80-year-old underwent surgery to have a blood clot removed from above his left eye. That clot turned out to be a sign that a tumor had begun growing. McCain’s family and doctors are now deliberating his next treatment options. Another form of cancer is getting much attention this week. Men with early stage prostate cancer are now being […]

  • Interrupted sleep can lead to Alzheimer’s

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ Getting the proper sleep is one of the best things you can do for your overall health. Numerous studies are linking lack of sleep to health. Now we’re learning that interrupted sleep and Sleep Apnea can be a contributing factor to Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Joseph Ojile, Chief Medical Officer at the Clayton Sleep Institute tells us more. To learn more visit: claytonsleep.com Additional links:  https://www.alz.org/aaic/releases_2017/AAIC17-Tues-Briefing-Sleep.asp https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/news/story/3584/scientists-discover-previously-unknown-cleansing-system-in-brain.aspx https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/interrupted-sleep-may-lead-to-alzheimers-new-studies-show/2017/07/17/42fc3736-6b22-11e7-96ab-5f38140b38cc_story.html?utm_term=.da4714213dcc