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  • Church helping to fight hunger in Washington Park

    WASHINGTON PARK, Ill. – Mount Calvary Church of God in Christ located in Washington Park, Illinois has fed many families during the holidays for nearly 50 years. They are on a mission to fight hunger for families in the Washington Park area. FOOD FAIR Saturday, December 14th 11am to 1pm Mt. Calvary Church 1420 North 49th Street Washington Park, IL 62204

  • Holiday classics returns to the big screen at Marcus Theatre’s  

    ST.LOUIS – Many families make holiday movies a tradition to get them into the holiday spirit and Marcus Theatre’s wants you to enjoy them on the big screen. Included Films  -It’s a Wonderful Life -The Polar Express -Christmas Vacation will be showing Friday, Dec. 13th through Thursday, Dec. 19 tickets are $6 per person. For more information, visit

  • ToyMan show hosts upcoming event

    ST. LOUIS, Mo.  – Christmas is just around the corner and if you are thinking about finding a one of a kind collectible gift there is an event coming up just for you. ToyMan Show Sunday Dec 8th at Machinist Hall 12365 St.Charles Rock Rd, Bridgeton, Mo 63044 7 Hours: 9 AM to 3 PM For more information, visit

  • Getting healthy for New Year and advice on how to shed those holiday pounds

    ST. LOUIS, Mo.  – Dr. Eboni January stops by FOX 2 with advice on how to stick to your New Year resolution all year around, healthy meal preps, and how to shed holiday pounds while still enjoying the holidays.

  • St. Louis Library Foundation: Born to Read Program

    ST.LOUIS – The St.Louis Library Foundation is offering a host of new programs to support literacy of children. The mission of the St. Louis Public Library Foundation is to support the library’s programs and services through advocacy and fundraising and to build relationships with others who share a passion for the library’s work. For more information, Visit 

  • Boys & Girls Clubs Youth winner shares positive impact

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Danielle Kain winner of the Boys & Girls Club 2020 Youth of the Year is on the way to do big things. Kain was chosen by The Boys & Girls Club as a teen panelist for Harris Stowe State University’s ‘Spark the Mind, Advancing the Agenda for African Americans in STEM’.

  • New study reveals impact of public transit services

    ST. LOUIS – Citizens for Modern Transit reveals findings of a study to identify the economic impact of Public Transit Services in Missouri. Despite the direct and indirect economic funding exceeding $3.67 billion in Missouri in 2019, state funding for transit remains at a record low. For more information, visit

  • Local St. Louis artist touches the hearts of the community for Thanksgiving

    DELLWOOD, MO – Thanksgiving is in full effect and one local St. Louis rap artist Rahli is paying it forward. On the Sunday before Thanksgiving artist Rahli provided his community with a Thanksgiving Food drive at a local convenience market located in the heart of Dellwood Missouri. The 27-year-old grew up just blocks away from the market and just recently released a new mixed tape titled ‘Dellwood Market’, showing his dedication to his roots. The generous young artist not only […]

  • St. Louis Public Library digital collections can now be accessed online

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The St. Louis Public Library is a wonderful resource for books, programs and information. They now have their Digital Collections, that you can access online from anywhere. Renee Jones, Rare Books & Manuscripts Librarian at Central Library, tells us more. For more information, Visit        

  • Arthur Shivers: Avoiding The Holiday Fitness Slump

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The Holidays are here. Fitness expert Arthur Shivers gives advice and solutions on avoiding the Holiday Slump. As well as a core exercise that can be done at home with one dumbbell. For more information, Visit

  • No Shave November to raise awareness for men’s health issues

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The no Shave November campaign has grown into a worldwide movement to increase awareness about men’s health. Officers across the country are participating. The goal of No Shave November is to raise awareness for men’s health issues, including Prostate Cancer, as well as suicide awareness. Each officer pays $50 to grow out their mustache.  

  • Accident reconstruction team called to fatal accident on Kingshighway at Bircher

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. –  St. Louis City Police have activated its accident reconstruction unit for a two vehicle accident, which killed one woman.  The accident happened on Kingshighway at Bircher on Sunday, November 24th at 2:17am. The Accident Reconstruction team is handling the investigation. There is no further information at this time.

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