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  • Annual ‘Give Kids a Smile’ event provides area children with free dental checkups

    ST. LOUIS -Nothing warms the heart more than a child’s sweet smile, but tooth decay can get in the way, especially for parents who can’t afford proper dental care. Give Kids A Smile organization is hosting a free event designed to meet the dental health needs of toddlers and school-aged children through 14 years old, who are Medicaid-eligible, qualify for the free school lunch program or need dental assistance due to other special circumstances. Children registered to attend the upcoming […]

  • Drake announces new tour dates with Migos and they’re coming to St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – Drake has added a St. Louis stop on his ‘Aubrey & the Three Migos’ Tour! Produced by Live Nation, the tour follows a stellar summer for Drake, that included the release of his hit singles, “God’s Plan” and “Nice For What,” as well as the release of his fifth No. 1 studio album, “Scorpion. The Platinum-selling artist, with special guests including “Walk It Talk It” collaborators Migos, will perform at the Enterprise Center on Saturday, Nov. 10. Tickets are $49.50-$179.5 […]

  • Pevely Elementary School evacuated after suspicious package found

    PEVELY, Mo. – Hundreds of students were evacuated from Pevely Elementary School Monday morning after a suspicious package was found at a park next door. According to the Dunklin R-5 School District, the suspicious package was found in a trash can in the pavilion area of the park. Police said a resident walking a dog in the park noticed the package around 9:15 a.m., became concerned and called authorities. The St. Louis Regional Bomb and Arson Unit was called out to handle the […]

  • Affton woman’s death ruled a suicide after body found inside burning apartment

    AFFTON, Mo. – Police have identified a woman found fatally shot inside a burning apartment Tuesday afternoon. Authorities identified 46-year-old Crystal Chrisp as the woman found inside the Affton apartment. Police ruled her death a suicide. According to Officer Benjamin Granda, a county police spokesman, the fire began around 1:15 p.m. Tuesday in the 8900 block of Kidder Avenue in Affton. Police arrived at the scene and found the body of Chrisp inside the apartment where the fire started. Upon […]

  • Police looking for ‘nail gun’ thief who hit local Home Depot

    AFFTON, Mo. – Police are looking for a man accused of stealing nail guns from several local Menards stores in August. Now the St. Louis County Police Affton Southwest Precinct believe he’s also targeting area Home Depot stores. He was last seen at the Home Depot in Richmond Heights on Friday, September 14,  wearing a button-up and denim jeans. If you have any information about the suspect,  you are urged to contact Officer Langan at or Officer James of Richmond Hts. Police Dept. […]

  • Heinz ‘Mayochup’ sauce set to hit US shelves this month

    ST. LOUIS-  If you are a fan of ketchup and mayo, this is a dream come true. Heinz is bringing “Mayochup” to the United States.  Right now, the product is only available in the Middle East.  But thanks to 500,000  fans who voted yes on Heinz’s subsequent poll the ketchup mayo mix will be rolling out in the US at the end of September. According to a press release from the brand, there are already three cities Heinz thinks will be […]

  • USPS is hiring for the holidays

    ST. LOUIS –   The calendar may say September, but the United States Postal Service is busily preparing for what is anticipated to be a record holiday season. The US Postal Service is looking to hire a few good men and women for the upcoming holiday season. Starting Monday through September 21st you can apply for positions on the USPS Website. Positions include mail handler, holiday clerk assistant, or mail processing clerk. All of these jobs start with pay of at least […]

  • Bomb threat cancels classes in Fox C-6 School District

    ARNOLD, Mo. –  A bomb threat at Fox High School forced students and staff to leave the building on Friday morning. Bommarito Automotive SkyFOX flew over the scene in the 700 block of Jeffco Blvd where several police vehicles were on the scene. The students and staff went outside to the auditorium building across from the high school for safety. According to Schools Superintendent Dr. Jim Wipke, the school district also notified parents about the situation and the likely possibility that buses would […]

  • Paper shredder starts fire at the old St. Louis Metropolitan Police Headquarters building

    ST. LOUIS –  Heavy smoke filled the second floor of the old St. Louis Metropolitan Police Headquarters in downtown St. Louis. According to fire officials,  paper inside a shredding machine caught fire in the 1200 block of Clark Thursday morning. Fire crews were able to extinguish the fire and de-energize the machine. Everyone who was in the building at the time was evacuated to safety. Battalion 2 reports: All occupants accounted for. Fire extinguished. Shredded paper from a shredding machine burning. […]

  • Southbound I-270 opens after water main break snarls traffic

    ST. LOUIS-  A water main break closed three lanes of southbound Interstate 270 in St. Louis County Friday morning.  Missouri American Water says that the highway has reopened. The damage to the structure of the highway is minimal and a temporary repair has been put in place by MoDOT. A more permanent repair will be performed at a later date. Bommarito Automotive Sky Fox flew over the scene where three lanes were closed north of Route 21, between Gravois and Tesson Ferry. MoDOT believes […]

  • Baby moved to tears by mom’s beautiful singing

    ST. LOUIS –   A 6-month-old baby boy is moved to tears by his mother’s heartfelt signing. When St. Louis mom, Alexandria Hall sings “Unforgettable,” Oliver nearly cries after hearing her beautiful voice. Hall posted the video of the reaction to Facebook with this caption, “I can’t tell if he’s an emotional man or just scared of my singing voice 🙄😰😂”    

  • Queeny Park Art Fair

    The Queeny Park Art Fair returns to town from August 31 through September 2. Don Kelley, owner of Kelarts studio and member of the Greater St. Louis Art Association Committee, discusses the art fair and showcases some of his own homemade jewelry.