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    Drury Inn murder suspect makes first court appearance

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – A suspect in the south St. Louis Drury Inn fatal shooting made his first court appearance Monday in St. Louis city court. 43-year-old Joseph Bowens is charged with first degree murder, robbery and armed criminal action. He was arrested in Poplar Bluff for an unrelated incident on January 17th and quickly connected to the murder of 50-year-old Scott Knopfel. The hotel manager was shot to death at the Drury Inn on Hampton and Wilson January 15th […]

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    Rolla police looking for new leads in search for man missing since 2007

    ROLLA, MO (KTVI)- After following up on hundreds of leads and tips, Rolla police are asking for help finding a man who has been missing since 2007. Timothy J. Potter was last seen at his home on January 19, 2007. He’s described as approximately 5-foot-7 and 150 pounds with brown curly and wavy hair and brown eyes. Before going missing, he was last seen wearing a blue button style shirt, a white t-shirt, blue jeans, a black jacket and blue […]

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    Man shot in the leg in north St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A man was shot in the leg Monday afternoon near the intersection of Perthshire and Spring Garden.  Police say he was taken to the hospital. Investigators do not have any information to release about a suspect. They have also not given an update about the victim’s condition. More details will be available soon #Shooting occurred just as I was leaving Perthshire @ Spring Garden, #stlouisnews! @KMOV @ksdknews @stltoday @FOX2now — MO Process Server (@BakerProcessSvc) […]

  • ‘Giveback Tuesdays’ at Katie’s Pizza & Pasta

    ST. LOUIS – After living in Italy, Katie Lee Collier returned to the St. Louis-area with her husband to open a restaurant dedicated to creating artisan pizzas and homemade pastas. Collier visits Fox 2 News in the Morning to cook one of her signature dishes – Fiori Arrabiata. She also talks about her restaurant’s monthly charity event, ‘Giveback Tuesdays,’ which take place on the fourth Tuesday of every month. One hundred percent of all profits that day are donated to […]

  • No ‘Summer Rocks’ concert event this Memorial Day

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Remember the big concert series set for downtown on Memorial Day and Labor Day? They’re on hold for now. The “Summer Rocks” event that the city agreed to has yet to be fully funded. Los Angeles-based ICM Partners billed the concert series for St. Louis as something on the scale of Lollapalooza in Chicago. But city officials confirm the event near Soldiers’ Memorial in downtown St. Louis will not happen this Memorial Day weekend. The mayor’s […]

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    Win tickets to see NKOTB with TLC and St. Louis’ own Nelly

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The Pop Icons Team Up with TLC and St. Louis’ own Nelly for the Ultimate Summer Concert Ticket.  The Main Event Tour is all-new includes top-notch production elements, this tour is sure to be the ultimate summer concert ticket as promised. The highlights will include a 360-degree stage “in the round.” With no obstructions, the stage set up will offer optimal viewing. The bands have worked hard on the show and staging concept to make […]

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    U.S. Women’s soccer team to play match at Busch Stadium

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- Soccer is coming back to Busch Stadium. The St. Louis Cardinals confirm that the U.S. women’s team will face New Zealand at Busch Stadium at on Saturday, April 4. It will be the team’s only Midwestern stop before going to the Women’s World Cup this summer in Canada. Tickets will start at $25.00 and will go on sale at 10:00am Friday, January 30, 2015. Only seats in the lower bowl will be sold. The last time […]

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    Vehicle fleeing police strikes car, injures three

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-Three people were hurt in a crash just north of downtown following a police chase from Illinois. Around 7:20pm Saturday, police were pursuing a 2006 Ford Explorer that had been stolen from Highland, IL. The fleeing driver crossed the Stan Musial Veteran’s Memorial Bridge into north St. Louis before striking another a 2015 Toyota Highlander, knocking it into a fence at the intersection 10th and O’Fallon. Three people  in the other car were injured and had to be […]

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    Kentucky man named as suspect in Kansas City abduction, cross-country crime spree

    DANVILLE, KY (KTVI) – The FBI has identified one of the two suspects in the abduction of a Kansas City, MO man who was able to escape his captors in north St. Louis County. They are looking for Robert “Robbie” Caldwell, 25, of Danville, Kentucky. The other suspect remains unidentified. Early Thursday morning, two black males allegedly carjacked a 67-year-old at gunpoint in the Kansas City area. They drove around in the victim’s vehicle forcing him to withdrawal cash at […]

  • Westminster College ceremony remembers Churchill on 50th Anniversary of death

    FULTON, MO (KTVI)-The granddaughter and great-grandson of Winston Churchill and the British Ambassador to the United States joined Gov. Jay Nixon and others in Fulton, MO,  Saturday to mark the 50th anniversary of Churchill’s death. The National Churchill Museum at Westminster College hosted “America’s Service of Remembrance.” Churchill delivered his  famous post- World War II address, “The Sinews of Peace,” better known as the “Iron Curtain” speech, at Westminster College in March 1946. He has been invited to speak there […]

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    NTSB report details what led to the Gutzler’s plane crash

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The NTSB has just released it’s preliminary report on what led to a plane crash that killed a southern Illinois family. Investigators say the pilot Marty Gutzler contacted air traffic control reporting problems with both the engines of his plane. He was re-routed to the nearest airport, but on approach, radioed that the right engine of the plane stopped producing power. Marty, along with his wife Kimberly, daughter Piper and her cousin Sierra Wilder died […]

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    Salvation Army needs more donations to meet goal

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The Salvation army  has raised 97% of their $5.8 million Tree of Lights campaign goal.  This is the final week of the campaign and the charity needs just over $170,000.  The annual campaign represents about half of the Army’s year-round operating budget. “We helped more than 54,000 people in need at Christmas time, but the need does not stop there. Thousands more St Louisans are coming to us for assistance and will continue to do […]