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    Opa! St. Louis Greek Festival celebrates its 99th year

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Voted best local festival by St. Louis Magazine, the 99th Annual Greek Festival is around the corner!  Carol Kamburis, Christina Ginos, and Helen Carey join FOX 2 to share what festival goers can expect this year. The St. Louis Greek Festival kicks off Friday, September 2 and runs through Labor Day, August 5th.  Catch the fun in the Central West End at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church (4967 Forest Park Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri). For more […]

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    Double-homicide claims the lives of two women in South City

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Police are currently investigating a triple-shooting in the Dutchtown neighborhood.  The shooting occurred around 6:00 A.M. Sunday morning at Grand Blvd and Montana Street. Two female victims were pronounced dead at the scene. The condition of the third, male victim is unknown at this time.  This investigation is ongoing.

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    L’Ecole packs ideas for that next lunch box

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – School is back in session, and for many parents, so is the lunch box-packing.  Not sure just what to pack for your kid’s lunch box this year? L’Ecole Culinaire joins FOX 2 to share some ways to spice up that next lunch box while providing healthy, nutritious options.  

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    F.LO.A.T. STL provides unique experience of relaxation

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Have you tried the practice of floating lately?  (And no, we’re not talking about float trips.)  This type of floating prides itself on providing health benefits like reducing anxiety, stress, and pain while improving sleep, health, and wellness.  F.LO.A.T. STL, a “healing float tank sanctuary,” provides professional experience in physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional healing.  And the company is looking to open a second location soon in Maryland Heights near Westport. To try this tranquil […]

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    New law puts Narcan on Missouri pharmacies’ shelves

      ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Today starts a big move in the fight against Opioid addiction.  Now the public can get Narcan from local pharmacies for emergency overdose situations. This Narcan bill was passed in June when the governor signed it, but it takes full effect Sunday, August 28 in Missouri. So far this year, at least 38 people have died in St. Louis County because of heroin-related overdose.  And the numbers were similar last year.  That`s why local […]

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    Fox 2 host Martin Mathews Awards Program

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The stars are out Saturday night at the Fabulous Fox.  Fox 2’s Shirley Washington served as emcee for Saturday night’s Martin Mathews Awards Program and Benefit Concert starring the one and only Chaka Khan and El DeBarge. Fox 2 Vice President and General Manager Spencer Koch was on hand to give out an award. Fox 2 is a proud sponsor of tonight’s event.

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    Festival of Nations is underway this weekend at Tower Grove Park

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The Festival of Nations is underway this weekend at Tower Grove Park near Grand and Arsenal. Organizers say it is St. Louis’ largest multi-cultural celebration. More than 100,000 people are expected. The event is sponsored, in part, by the International Institute and Wells Fargo Advisors. It features 3 stages with music including performers from St. Louis, Nashville, and Atlanta. That event runs through Sunday till 6 pm.

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    Body found near railroad yard in south St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The St. Louis police department is investigating a body found in a rail yard. The body was discovered near the train tracks by I-44 and Southwest Avenue. Investigators were seen walking up and down tracks searching for evidence. An investigation is ongoing.

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    19-year-old killed in Kinloch

    KINLOCH, MO (KTVI) – The St. Louis County Police are assisting the Kinloch police solve a murder.  The fatal shooting happened Saturday around 2:30 pm at Jefferson and Courtney Avenue. Police say the victim is a 19-year-old man who was walking when he was shot at least once. A family member told Fox 2 he was a senior at McCluer North High School and had enlisted to go into the military. At this point there is no description of the […]

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    New law requires family courts to take closer look at child custody arrangements

     ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A new law, formerly known as House Bill 1550, which takes effect Sunday, August 28, could impact child custody cases in Missouri. According to Jeremy Roberts with the Missouri Fathers’ Rights Movement, beginning Sunday, family courts will be required to answer eight questions to determine a custody arrangement in the best interest of the child. Questions consider which parent the child wishes to live with as well as the mental and physical health of all […]

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    1934 letter reveals a livid Bonnie and Clyde

    The cursive is Bonnie’s; the signature, Clyde’s. A four-page letter written by the duo in April 1934 is hitting the auction block in September, and it’s a fiery one. It’s addressed to one Raymond Hamilton, a one-time member of their gang who, at the time the letter was written, was behind bars in the Dallas County Jail. That he was there was a reflection of just how “yellow” he was, per the letter, as he didn’t try to flee as […]

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    New laws on ethics, Pledge of Allegiance set to take effect

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO (AP) – More than 100 new Missouri laws will take effect Sunday, including tougher ethics policies for elected officials. Lawmakers, statewide elected officials and officials in offices that require Senate confirmation must wait six months after their terms are set to expire before registering as lobbyist. Those officials previously could immediately start lobbying former colleagues. Other new ethics laws include a ban on statewide elected officials and lawmakers from serving as paid political consultants. Public schools also […]