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  • Police release additional video showing suspect breaking Culpepper’s window

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis police department has just released a second video showing a different angle of a suspect breaking a window at Culpepper’s in the Central West End following protest of the not guilty verdict in the Jason Stockley last Friday. The suspect can be seen walking from the bottom of the screen carrying a chair and then throwing it into the window. After the window was broken a St. Louis firefighter cleaned up the remaining glass to […]

  • Billy Joel concert to proceed as planned at Busch Stadium Thursday

    ST. LOUIS, MO — The Cardinals say that  preparations are well underway to get ready for the Billy Joel concert on Thursday.  They say their security team has been in frequent communication with law enforcement.  They are taking steps assure the safety of concert goers. LiveNation also says that everything is proceeding as planned for Thursday. When a former police officer was acquitted in the fatal shooting of a black suspect, protesters vowed to show their disdain by disrupting business […]

  • Interfaith prayer service calls for ‘peace in community’ following Stockley verdict protests

    ST. LOUIS – Religious leaders from across St. Louis converged on Kiener Plaza Tuesday afternoon with the hope of uniting the community through the power of prayer. Archbishop Robert J. Carlson led an interfaith prayer service calling for peace and solidarity. Carlson was joined by several other faith leaders and the Community Gospel Choir of St. Louis. Father Art Cavitt, pastor of St. Nicholas parish and executive director of the St. Charles Lwanga Center, served as emcee of the event. […]

  • Why did the trolleys disappear in St. Louis? A conspiracy between auto and oil

    ST. LOUIS, MO. – They were part of the landscape of the early 20th century.   Trolleys were a part of everyone’s life, it’s how people got around until after the first quarter of the 20th century. Most people didn’t have automobiles, so trolley cars were how you got places. By the beginning of the 20th century, you could take the trolley almost anywhere in St. Louis.  There were 350 miles of streetcar tracks criss crossing the city. Trolley cars […]

  • Mayor Krewson cancels town hall meetings

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson cancelled two previously scheduled town hall meetings amid four consecutive nights of civil unrest following the acquittal of a former St. Louis police officer in the shooting death of a black motorist. Krewson was to appear at Vashon High School Tuesday night and the Carpenter Branch Library on Thursday to talk with residents about issues facing the city, including crime and the search for a new police chief. Krewson said the town halls […]

  • Understanding the US investigation into Russia

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _Did you know the committee to investigate Russia will help Americans understand the investigation? Actor/director, Rob Reiner and former special assistant to George W. Bush, David Frum, joined us via satellite to explain. The committee will help Americans understand the investigations into Russia`s threat through a comprehensive and easy-to-understand website, extensive social media campaign, daily newsletter, expert analysis, and breaking news updates. To learn more visit:  

  • Terrence J. talks ‘Are You The One?’ season premiere

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _The season premiere of ‘Are You The One?’ is set to air Wednesday, September 20 on MTV. Host Terrence J. joined us via satellite with a preview! To learn more visit:  

  • ‘Pumpkin Palooza’ at South County Center

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Fall is in the air, or it will be soon! Pumpkin, the iconic symbol of fall, is a very popular theme for apparel, home décor, tasty treats and more. Christine Poehling from South County Center joined us with how they are bringing in the season.

  • First Birthdays- September 19, 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.

  • Illinois reports first human death of West Nile virus for the year

    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – The Illinois Department of Public Health confirmed the first human West Nile virus-related death in Illinois for 2017. A Kankakee County resident who tested positive for the virus died earlier this month. The Illinois Department of Public Health reported the first human case of West Nile for the year on July 20. There are 37 human cases of West Nile so far this year. In 2016, the IDPH reported 155 human cases and six deaths connected to West […]

  • Lubeley’s, longtime local bakery, closing this month

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – A longtime local confectionery will close its doors at the end of the month. Lubeley’s Bakery will close September 30, three years after the death of co-founder Helen Lubeley. Helen opened the bakery in 1937 with her husband at its original location of Kingshighway and Christy Boulevard. The bakery relocated several times over the years before ultimately settling at 7815 Watson Road in south St. Louis County in 1982. During its 80-year history, the bakery […]

  • Twilight Tuesdays concert cancelled for lack of police presence

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Tonight’s Twilight Tuesdays concert at the Missouri History Museum has been canceled due to a lack of police presence. Officials say they’re calling off tonight’s concert because off-duty police officers who usually work security will not be available. The History Museum itself will remain open until 8pm.