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  • March for Babies 2 mile walk seeks to end premature births April 30

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI)- The St. Louis March for Babies is set for Saturday, April 30 at Forest Park. Money raised for the March for Babies (2 mile) walk/run will go towards funding lifesaving research and educational programs aimed at helping moms have healthy babies. Molly Lubiewski and her husband Tom are two parents who have benefited from the efforts of March of Dimes after giving premature birth to twins. Their twins Braeden and Raegen spent almost five weeks in the Neo-natal Intensive Care […]

  • Forest Park trolley to resume service beginning Friday, April 22

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI)- St. Louis area residents, families and tourists can once again explore Forest Park on board the Metro Forest Park Trolley as it officially returns for its sixth season of service on Friday, April 22. The Forest Park Trolley provides visitors with a way to conveniently navigate through the park and its attractions, while helping reduce traffic congestion in the park. The Metro Forest Park Trolley (MetroBus route #3) will operate daily between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. from April 22 through […]

  • Surprise allergies from natural skincare products

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI)- Dermatologists in America are seeing a rise in regards to allergies caused by people using natural skincare products. Natural skincare products containing lavender, jasmine and other botanical substances are causing consumers to develop “contact dermatitis.” Contact dermatitis is caused by things touching your skin, most other allergies are ingestion or inhalation induced. Contact dermatitis typically causes a rash or blisters  where the product touches your skin, such as poison ivy. This morning, dermatologist Dr. Madhavi Kandula […]

  • “Crawl for Cannabis” aims to bring legal medical marijuana to Missouri

    ST. LOUIS, MO. – For the second year in a row, restaurants and retail businesses on Cherokee Street in St. Louis are coming together to host a “Crawl for Cannabis” tomorrow, April 20 from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. The crawl will feature discounted specials at participating businesses, a live music concert, a raffle and a prize auction. Patrons at the event will not be permitted to smoke marijuana at the event, and can still be arrested and prosecuted for the consumption […]

  • New book by author Brandon Dempsey seeks to encourage millennials to follow their dreams

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI)- Author Brandon Dempsey has a message for millennials leaving college and entering the work force: shut up and go! The message by Dempsey is a concept that you have to sometimes tell others or the voices in your head to just shut up so you can advance. The message is also the title of Dempsey’s new book, “Shut Up and Go!” The book is aimed at millennials, or those born between 1982 and 2004. Millennials make […]

  • Sugarfire celebrates Blues play-off spot with special “Tarasenkshow Sandwich”

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI)- In honor of the St. Louis Blues getting into the NHL play-offs, a local restaurant has designed a sandwich for those who bleed blue named after a St. Louis hockey star. Sugarhouse Smoke house has brought back a fan-favorite burger: the Tarasenkshow Sandwich. The burger features three grass-fed patties, American cheese, Sugarfire’s special 91 sauce, lettuce and pickles. The Tarasenkshow Sandwich will be available at the Sugarfire location in O’Fallon, Mo. This morning, chef Matt Martin from […]

  • Teens enter final stage of talent competition for scholarships and other prizes

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI)- On Saturday, Mar. 5, 39 metro area high school acts competed in the Semi-final round of the 6th Annual St. Louis Teen Talent Competition.  St. Louis performing arts professionals judged the acts and narrowed the field to 22 finalists who will move on to the finals on Saturday, April 23 at 8 p.m. at The Fabulous Fox Theatre. These acts are one step closer to performing on the Fox Stage and winning college scholarships, prizes and performance opportunities. […]

  • Schlafly supporting Earth Day by using local produce in dishes

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI)- Schlafly Beer is supporting Earth Day in a big way this year with a ton of local initiatives, but the brewery also supports sustainable practices all year round, especially at their Bottleworks location which hosts a weekly evening farmers market on Wednesdays. Chef Andy White and KT Ayers from Schlafly were in the Fox 2 kitchen to share with us a recipe from their special Farmers Market Menu at Bottleworks. At peak season, around 30 farmers from around […]

  • Earth Day Festival this weekend will promote healthy “green” living

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI)- This Saturday, April 24,  several restaurants in the St. Louis region will host the 27th annual Earth Day Festival at the Muny Grounds in Forest Park. Visitors to the festival will have the opportunity to learn about sustainable products and services from area businesses and nonprofits as well as shop wares from local and global artisans committed to environmental responsibility and fair trade. Before the Earth Day Festival on April 24, the St. Louis Earth Day organization will […]

  • STL Moms- Child custody concerns when relocating residences

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI)- Nowadays, more than at any time in history, American families are living in a mobile society. People and families will move residences multiple times, sometimes to another state or even to another country. Relocation can have devastating impact on the ability of children of parents who no longer live together to maintain frequent contact with both parents. This morning, Jonathan Marks with the Marks Law Firm spoke with Margie about what parents need to be concerned […]

  • Lori Chalupny teams up with Best Buddies International to host 5k this weekend

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI)- Best Buddies International, a non-profit organization dedicated to creating opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, will be hosting a Best Buddies Friendship Walk this Sunday, April 24. The event is a 5k (1 mile) walk and will be held at Creve Coeur Park in Maryland Heights, Mo. This year Lori Chalupny, a member of the Women’s Word Cup Soccer champion and St. Louis native, will be the honorary chair for the 2016 Best Buddies […]

  • Proposed MO bill would give anyone access to anti-opioid drug Narcan

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI)- A proposed bill in the Missouri House of Representatives would give third-party access to Narcan/Naloxone. The bill would allow anyone to walk into a pharmacy to get the opioid overdose reversal drug. This morning Robert Riley II, an addiction counselor at Clayton Behavioral in St. Louis and the co-founder of the Missouri Network for Opiate Reform and Recovery, joined Dan in the studio to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the proposed bill. MO House Bill […]

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