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  • Find St. Louis’ fishing hotspots with the Missouri Department of Conservation

    ST. LOUIS – Fisheries management biologist Kevin Meneau joins us to promote the Missouri Department of Conservation’s Fishing Hotspot program. St. Louis has many hidden-gem fishing spots that MDC wants to share with local anglers. There are more than 80 public lakes comprising more than 1,200 acres of fishable water all within a one-hour drive of the Gateway Arch. At the free event Thursday night, attendees can learn about fishing regulations, what species to look for, and the best way […]

  • The magic behind Dolby movies

    ST. LOUIS – Screenwriter and Forbes contributing writer Mark Hughes gives us a behind the scenes look at how Dolby creates movie magic. Dolby technology helps to bring movies to life whether you’re watching them on the big screen or at home. All five films nominated for Oscars in sound editing and sound mixing were presented in Dolby Atmos, and five of the eight best picture nominees used both Dolby Vision and Atmos. Watch the 2019 Academy Awards—broadcasted from the […]

  • St. Louis entrepreneur creates home-plate shaped pizza

    ST. LOUIS – Justin Mark from JustinTime Snacks joins us with their “Stadi-yum” home plate pizza that will now be available at Walmart. The kick-off event will be held at the Manchester Walmart Supercenter on Wednesday February 20 just in time to get ready to celebrate the Cardinals’ first pre-season game this Saturday. Attendees can sample the home-plate shaped pizza as well as other locally-made products that are now available in Walmart stores. JustinTime Snacks applied for Walmart’s open call […]

  • ‘A Star Is Born’ crew members help launch ‘Giving Credit Where Credit’s Due” campaign

    ST. LOUIS – Pianist and songwriter Alberto Bof and wardrobe assistant Eric Fraizer from the Oscar-nominated movie “A Star Is Born” share their movie making experiences. As independent workers, they are both working in collaboration with Intuit QuickBook’s “Giving Credit Where Credit’s Due” campaign—announced Wednesday February 20—that spotlights the contributions of talented behind-the-scenes workers in the film industry. The campaign is part of the company’s ongoing “Backing You” project. quickbooks.intuit.com

  • Sore after work? It might be tech neck

    ST. LOUIS – HealthSource chiropractor John Groerich stopped by to explain why you may be feeling so many aches and pains at the end of the work day: tech neck. If you sit in front of a computer all day, constantly looking down at screens, you are at a high risk for tech neck. Luckily Groerich has some tips for preventing the pain. healthsourcechiro.com Twitter Instagram

  • SSM Health steps into the future with robotic surgery

    ST. LOUIS – Dr. Greg Ward, SLUCare Otolaryngologist  from SSM Health St. Louis University Hospital introduces their “flexible” robotic surgery. The new technology allows for surgery in previously unreachable areas without incision. The robotic arm enters at the mouth, and is controlled by a joystick like device. By using the Flex® Robotic System, SLUCare surgeons are able to perform less invasive surgery for patients with head and neck or colorectal cancers. For example, for those with laryngeal cancers, surgeons can […]

  • Pet of the Week: Pete

    ST. LOUIS – We’ve got Pete at the station as our pet of the week! Pete is a near 2-year-old terrier mix who is very curious and loves one-on-one attention. At first, Pete had a lot of anxiety when he first came to the shelter but he’s been in a foster home and is doing wonderful! He gets along well with small children and even cats! He is potty-trained, walks well on a leash, takes treats well, and would make an amazing forever […]

  • Join Envy Apple for a free cooking demo

    ST. LOUIS – Aura Kavadlo with Envy Apples stopped by to promote their free cooking demonstration on Saturday. From apple pie smoothies to apple soup, Envy Apples can inspire so many delicious recipes. Envy Apple Cooking Demonstration Saturday February 23 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. William Sonoma at Plaza Frontenac Free demonstration, sampling, and giveaways envyapples.com/en Recipes: Apple Pie Smoothie Ingredients 1½ ENVY apples, seeded, cored, quartered ¾ cup (180 ml) low fat vanilla yogurt 1 Tablespoon brown sugar […]

  • Celebrate local and regional breweries at Centennial Beer Festival

    ST. LOUIS – Jason Arnold, founder of Centennial Beer Festival, joins us to promote their 11th annual week-long festival in St. Louis. In addition to sampling local and regional beers, special VIP events include yoga buzz, a five-course “brewmaster” dinner, and Sunday brunch. Centennial Beer Festival February 19 through 23 Moulin Events & Meetings, 2017 Chouteau Ave, St. Louis For tickets and information visit centennialbeerfestival.com

  • St. Louis author teaches how to ‘play the dating game’

    ST. LOUIS – Jo Fountain, author of “The Habit of Awareness” joins us to share her secrets for safely playing the dating game. Fountain is part of the Working Women’s Survival Show, an “ultimate girls day out” event with products and services from 400 vendors. The event, which will take place February 22 through 24, is in its 32 year in St. Louis. Working Women’s Survival Show St. Charles Convention Center 1 Convention Center Plaza St. Charles http://www.WWSSOnline.com

  • One dead after north St. Louis County motel shooting

    ST. LOUIS – A man was shot and killed early Sunday morning at a north St. Louis County motel. According to Officer Benjamin Granda, a spokesman for the St. Louis County Police Department, officers arrived at the Budget Inn, located in the 1400 block of Dunn Road, around 1:25 a.m. in response to a possible shooting. After searching the area, police the body of 19-year-old  Kelvon Phillips in the motel parking lot. The ongoing investigation is being led by the St. Louis County […]

  • Metro trains and buses prepare for winter weather forecast

    ST. LOUIS – The MetroLink trains and buses are running without delays. Due to winter weather in the forecast, the #59 Dogtown and the #1 Main Street – State Street (Ill.) buses have resumed their normal routes after running on snow routes for the morning. To stay up-to-date on Metro delays and service updates visit metrostlouis.org.

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