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  • Staunton sisters killed in multi-vehicle crash on I-55 in Hamel

    HAMEL, Il. _The site of a deadly multi- vehicle crash is finally clear, eight hours after the accident. Two sisters from Staunton were killed and 12 others were hurt in the wreck that happened 6:15 p.m. Tuesday along southbound Interstate 55 near mile maker 27. The sisters were 17 and 20-years-old. Witnesses tell Illinois State Police a tractor trailer headed south on I-55 hit seven other vehicles at highway speeds. The scene wasn’t clear until 2:15 a.m. Previous coverage: Fatal […]

  • Keeping your pets safe during Thanksgiving dinner

    ST. LOUIS – Dr. Kelly Ryan, director at the Animal Medical Center of Mid-America, visits Fox 2 News in the Morning to reiterate that holiday meals are for humans and not their pets. Dogs have sensitive stomachs, so Dr. Ryan explains the types of problems that can occur if our four-legged friends eat some Thanksgiving table scraps.

  • The Do’s and Don’ts of Black Friday shopping

    ST. LOUIS – Here’s some interesting Thanksgiving meal material; it’s information that could keep someone at your table from being burned like an overcooked turkey. Scott Schaffer from Blade Technology visits Fox 2 News in the Morning with ways to secure your money on Black Friday. Black Friday Do’s and Don’ts DO’S 1.   Use Credit over Debit, if your credit card provider offers purchase protections, such as extended warranties, etc.      a.     Consider one-time use credit […]

  • MediNurse: Asking elderly drivers to surrender the car keys

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The roads are crowded this time of the year. Traffic deaths increase as well.  Fatal crashes for drivers 65 and up rose 8.2 percent in Missouri last year. When is it time for them to surrender the car keys? Pat Cook, a registered nurse with MediNurse, visits FOX 2 News in the Morning with some help on how to have that talk. For more information, visit www.MediNurse.com or call 314-781-2800.

  • National Family Health History Day

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – With so many family members getting together for the upcoming holidays, now could be a great time to learn about hereditary health conditions. Did you know that Thanksgiving is recognized as National Family Health History Day? It’s an interesting concept and could improve how you live. Dr. Erin Linnenbringer, Siteman Cancer Center Health Behavior Expert, visits FOX 2 News in the Morning to talk about ways to start and conduct the conversation with family.    

  • Shots fired at Lake St. Louis apartment building causes gas leak

    LAKE ST. LOUIS, Mo. _Someone fired shots into a vacant apartment in Lake St. Louis late Wednesday night, causing a natural gas leak. No one was injured by the gunfire. Police received several 911 calls about seven to 10 shots fired into one of the buildings in the Cedar Lake apartment complex on Twin Lake Drive. Lt. Josh Gilliam, with the Lake St. Louis Police Department says one of the bullets actually struck a gas meter on the outside of […]

  • Uber covered up hack of millions of customers’, drivers’ personal info

    Bloomberg is reporting that hackers stole the personal data of 57 million customers and drivers from Uber Technologies and that the company hid the hack for more than a year. The company told Bloomberg Tuesday that compromised data from the October 2016 attack included names, email addresses, and phone numbers of 50 million Uber riders around the world. Personal information of about 7 million drivers was also accessed. No Social Security numbers, credit card details, trip location info, or other data […]

  • Rolla man arrested, charged with sexual abuse of three children

    ROLLA, MO– A Rolla man was has been charged with nine counts of statutory sodomy after he allegedly sexually abused three children under the age of 12 over the course of several months in 2015. Cregg A. Snyder, 50, was indicted on November 14, 2017, and arrested on November 20. In March 2016, Rolla police began investigating a series of reported child molestation incidents that occurred between January and July 2015. The three children told authorities about multiple incidents of […]

  • Pope Francis names bishop for Jefferson City Diocese

    WICHITA, KS –  Pope Francis has appointed a Kansas priest as the new bishop of the Catholic diocese of Jefferson City, Missouri. Rev. W. Shawn McKnight, currently pastor at the Church of the Magdalen in Wichita, will succeed Bishop John Gaydos, who is retiring after having been bishop in Jefferson City since 1997. Archbishop Robert Carlson released the following statement: “I am extremely grateful to Bishop Gaydos for his many years of priestly service to the people of Missouri, both in […]

  • First Birthdays – November 21, 2017

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Happy Birthday to our little viewers turning 1 today. Want to get your child’s picture on the air? Click here for the details. First Birthdays is sponsored by First Mid Bank.

  • Train with Mike Wayne – The dangers of milk

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Weight loss expert Mike Wayne is talking about the dangers of milk. He says there are healthy alternatives like almond milk flax, cashew milk, soy milk. More information: TrainWithMikeWayne.com

  • Civil rights icon Frankie Muse Freeman honored with statue

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _A statue dedication will take place today for St. Louis civil rights icon Frankie Muse Freeman. It depicts Freeman leaving the courthouse after winning the landmark 1954 case which ended legal racial discrimination in public housing. She was the first woman appointed to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and has been inducted into the Bar Association Hall of Fame, the Civil Rights Walk of Fame and the St. Louis Walk of Fame. The dedication ceremony begins […]