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  • Three North County villages to take part in warrant recall

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Three north St. Louis County communities are holding a warrant recall beginning on Sunday. The villages of Beverly Hills, Velda Village Hills, and Vinita Park are all taking park to give people a chance to have their warrants cancelled and set new court dates at no charge. Beverly Hills Chief Police Chief John Buchanan says, “And our courts are instructed to help them reduce their fines and we will give them a payment plan so […]

  • Attendance down at Parkway North after shooting threat

    CREVE COEUR, MO (KTVI) – Attendance was down at Parkway North High School Friday after school officials sent a note to parents regarding a shooting rumor. According to the note, several parents contacted the District SAFE line about a student who said they would come to school and shoot people.  School officials say the reference was to an incident that happened a few weeks ago and the student involved has not been back to campus since. St. Louis County police […]

  • Halloween contact lens accessories could cause blindness

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A warning about those creepy contact lenses people wear at Halloween, they’re more trick than treat. They could cause blindness warns the Food and Drug Administration along with state health departments nationwide. It’s part of an effort to educate the public on the dangers of wearing the Halloween accessory. Many stores sell the non-prescription pieces while making customers sign a waiver releasing them from any liability. Dr. Martin Heur with the USC Eye Institute says, […]

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    Indiana man drags woman’s body inside home after crash, drinks beer

    (WXIN)– An Indiana man crashed his SUV and then dragged his girlfriend’s body into their home.  According to police, the man was drinking a beer when officers got to the scene. Investigators from Tipton County and Indiana State Police were called to the crash scene at Thursday night. They discovered that Phillip Epperly, 49, had been driving a 2004 Ford Explorer when he failed to stop at an intersection. The SUV ran off the road and crashed. His girlfriend died. […]

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    One wounded in overnight shooting

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – An overnight shooting in south St. Louis wounded on man.  Someone drove that man to the hospital.  That’s when police got the call and checked out the scene at California and Osage. They found several shell casings.  There is no word on suspects, motive or the condition of the victim.

  • Unfinished construction has protesters marching near the West Lake Landfill

    BRIDGETON, MO (KTVI) – Unfinished construction work along St. Charles Rock Road has demonstrators raising public health concerns. Protestors lined the road Thursday afternoon, saying these pipes set to be buried collect waste from the Bridgeton landfill. The concerned residents say what is flowing through the pipes should have the entire region worried. The demonstrators say when the pipe is finished it will  run through Bridgeton and St. Ann  all the way to a MSD plant on Grand Avenue.  A […]

  • RAW Video: Captain Ron Johnson speaks about policing protesters

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Missouri Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson talked exclusively with FOX 2. As the grand jury decision looms in the Michael Brown case, fears about possible reactions are on the rise. Captain Johnson has been at the forefront of the law enforcement response to protests. While walking a fine line, Captain Johnson is trying to keep things peaceful. He is also allowing protestors to express their anger with what they feel is an unfair justice system. […]

  • Missouri legislators launch investigation into Koster

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KTVI) – Missouri House Speaker, Tim Jones is forming a committee to investigate Attorney General, Chris Koster. This investigation comes after a New York Times report alleging that Koster negotiated more favorable settlements after receiving campaign contributions and incentives from lobbyists for companies he was investigating. Koster says the report distorts how his office dealt with the companies and cited previous legal actions taken against them.

  • Gov. Nixon announces summer jobs program for 2,000 people

    WELLSTON, MO (KTVI) – Missouri Governor Jay Nixon announces a summer jobs program. for 2,000 low-income area young people. it will be led by the Missouri Office Of Community Engagement, in partnership with local Workforce Investment boards. Nixon made today’s announcement during a visit to the Met Center in Wellston. The organization provides comprehensive job training, placement assessment and career development services. Over the coming months, the Missouri Office of Community Engagement will work with employers to offer high-impact work […]

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    800 trees near the arch to be cut down Friday

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) –  Hundreds of ash trees on the Gateway Archgrounds will be cut down Friday. Its part of the City Arch River makeover. The trees are threatened by the Emerald Ash Borer beetle. Project coordinators say the trees were planted in poor soil, are getting old and are reaching the end of their life spans. The plan is to remove 800 Ash trees, grind them into mulch,and replace them with disease-resistant trees. The new trees will be […]

  • Racial slurs spray-painted on trailer

    FRANKLIN COUNTY, MO – The Franklin county sheriff’s office is looking for two people of interest in a vandalism case. It happened back in August to a trailer near St. Clair. Racial slurs and insults were spray painted on the side of the trailer. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

  • Thieves hit vehicles in quiet Mehlville neighborhood

    MEHLVILLE, MO (KTVI) – A series of car break-ins were discovered Thursday morning in a quiet Mehlville neighborhood. St. Louis County police indicate thieves hit ten vehicles.  Some car windows were  broken.  Neighbors say at least one owner lost items from an unlocked car.  Four break-ins were along Glen Arbor drive in the 3400 block.   Officers  suspect there may have been more.