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  • John Burroughs student’s remarkable recovery after spinal tumor removed

    ST. LOUIS – A John Burroughs High School student is walking again after doctors predicted she would be paralyzed from the neck down. A neurosurgeon in Phoenix successfully removed the lesion, giving the teen her life back. For eight years, Ivy Goldson, 17, spent summers at mountaineering camp in Colorado. Goldson is an avid hiker, scaling 10 mountains one day and a mountain range another. “I did an entire mountain range with five mountains over 13,000 feet, 24 miles, started […]

  • First Birthdays: August 16, 2015

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) Happy Birthday to our little viewers turning 1 today. Each of our birthday boys and girls gets a coupon for a discount on an ice cream cake from Dairy Queen. Want to get your child’s picture on the air? Click here for the details.

  • San Francisco Giants remake classic “Full House” opening credits

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA (KTVI) –The opening credits  to “Full House” were remade by a group of people who also call the Bay Area home: the San Francisco Giants. #SFGiants Win. Let’s Eat! pic.twitter.com/ijN5v7ENEb — San Francisco Giants (@SFGiants) August 15, 2015 Giants manager Bruce Bochy and players star in the video, with Javier Lopez making a cute cameo as Stephanie Turner. …and Javier Lopez with the SAVE #FullClubhouse #SFGiants pic.twitter.com/3laPtmkdem — San Francisco Giants (@SFGiants) August 15, 2015 The Giants made […]

  • Tiny Hamster goes to Disney World

    ORLANDO, FL– YouTube sensation “Tiny Hamster” went to Disney World wearing Mickey Mouse ears. “Tiny Hamster” rode in miniature teacups, toured a shrunken version of the Haunted Mansion, and snacked on a tiny churro before leaving the “happiest place on Earth.” Oh, boy! Watch Tiny Hamster have the best day ever at @WaltDisneyWorld: http://t.co/WgzLzylOx2 pic.twitter.com/0wOEfsNael — Disney (@Disney) August 11, 2015 “Tiny Hamster” has also eaten a burrito and celebrated Thanksgiving and the Fourth of July. His adventures are captured […]

  • First Birthdays: August 15, 2015

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) Happy Birthday to our little viewers turning 1 today. Each of our birthday boys and girls gets a coupon for a discount on an ice cream cake from Dairy Queen. Want to get your child’s picture on the air? Click here for the details.

  • First Birthdays: August 12, 2015

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) Happy Birthday to our little viewers turning 1 today. Each of our birthday boys and girls gets a coupon for a discount on an ice cream cake from Dairy Queen. Want to get your child’s picture on the air? Click here for the details.

  • Black Lives Matter members hijack Bernie Sanders speech

    SEATTLE, WA (KTVI) – Members from the Seattle chapter of “Black Lives Matter” took over the stage at a rally where Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was going to give a speech Saturday. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports Sanders was about to speak at a “Social Security Works” rally when members from the Black Lives Matter chapter went on stage and took over the microphone. They asked for a moment of silence for the death of Michael Brown, and then spoke about racial issues […]

  • Governor Nixon announces $250,000 for north St. Louis County ball park

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The Matthews-Dickey Bob Russell Park in Bellefontaine Neighbors will be receiving $250,000, said Gov. Jay Nixon announced. Proud to announce 250k in state support to help @MathewsDickey renovate ball fields & give thousands of N. County kids a safe place to play — Governor Jay Nixon (@GovJayNixon) August 8, 2015 The money will go towards adding more baseball fields, including a Major-League style field, and a new facility for the concession stand and restrooms. Missouri-based sporting […]

  • Where have the holes in Swiss cheese gone?

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The number of holes found in Swiss cheese has been on the decrease over the last 15 years.  Technology, it appears, is to blame. Agroscope, a Swiss federal agriculture lab, found that using sealed machines to send freshly pumped milk straight from the cow to the cheese mold has reduced the number of holes in its cheese. Originally the milk was gathered in a bucket along with small particles of hay. The report said the hay caused […]

  • Saturday is the purrfect day to give your cat some love

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Saturday is International Cat Day! In honor of this holiday, Friskies released two new “Dear Kitten” videos. One video has the cat teaching the kitten the importance of giving massages. The other focuses on the importance of bathing humans. Twitter has joined in on the celebration with the hashtag: #internationalcatday. Many people are chiming in online to share their love of all felines, cats and kittens alike. It's #InternationalCATDay this #weekend! : ) RT ♥ if […]

  • $6 Cardinals tickets for Giants series

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Six dollar Cardinals tickets are on sale now. The Cardinals are teaming up with Famous Footwear for fans to buy tickets for the upcoming three-game series with the World Champion San Francisco Giants. You know you want to: http://t.co/bKXvQ75BOK pic.twitter.com/OMNOouP5wW — St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) August 6, 2015 The Giants are in town August 17-19. There is a limit of eight tickets per purchase. You can take part in the back to school special while supplies […]

  • Endangered animals take over the Empire State Building

    NEW YORK (KTV) – Images of endangered species were projected onto the Empire State Building in New York City Saturday night. Photo of #endangered species projected on @EmpireStateBldg by the Oceanic Preservation Society last night. Inspiring! pic.twitter.com/SDKkL3zui9 — Junior Explorers (@juniorexplorers) August 2, 2015 The Oceanic Preservation Society and The Discovery Channel organized the event in honor of Cecil, the lion who was killed during an illegal hunt in Zimbabwe. how beautiful was the @EmpireStateBldg last night displaying an image […]

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