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  • St. Charles teen still missing after nearly a month

    ST. CHARLES, Mo. — The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is asking for help to find a missing teen. Madison Wheeler, 16, was last seen at her home in Saint Charles, Missouri on May 28. They say that authorities believe she may still be in the St. Charles area. Madison is described as 5′ 3″ inches tall, with brown hair, and brown eyes. Anyone with information about Madison is asked to contact the National Center for Missing & […]

  • Official Rules -FOX 2’s “Jason Aldean at HCA” Contest Sweepstakes

    FOX 2’s “Jason Aldean at HCA” Contest Sweepstakes Official Rules NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN, NOR WILL A PURCHASE IMPROVE ONE’S CHANCES OF WINNING.  Eligibility: Entrants must be legal US residents, at least 21 years old or above, as determined by KTVI FOX 2 and reside in the St. Louis, Missouri Designated Market Area (“DMA”) as defined by The Nielsen Company.   Entrants must have a valid Facebook account as of June 1, 2019. Void where prohibited and outside […]

  • Local music director resigns over sexual harassment allegations

    ST. LOUIS – A long-time player in the local arts scene has resigned from his role with Opera Theatre of St. Louis following allegations of sexual harassment from colleagues. Less than 24 hours after the allegations came to light Tuesday through an investigative report, Steven Lord stepped down as musical director emeritus in St. Louis and as conductor of the Michigan Opera Theatre. More than two dozen people were interviewed for the story, which appears in the Twin Cities Arts […]

  • SSM Health Medical Minute: St. Clare Hospital gains advanced stroke certification

    ST. LOUIS – A thrombectomy is an interventional procedure of removing a blood clot from a blood vessel. If you have an ischemic stroke (a stroke caused by a blood clot in your brain), doctors can sometimes do a procedure called a thrombectomy to remove the clot. SSM Health St. Clare Hospital has been certified by The Joint Commission (TJC) as a Thrombectomy-Capable Stroke Center. This certification builds upon a previous TJC Stroke Certification as a Primary Stroke Center with […]

  • Hazelwood City Council approves POWERplex deal

    HAZELWOOD, Mo. – It’s a big win for the planned POWERplex development in Hazelwood. The city council voted unanimously Wednesday to approve the final terms of the deal. The development will go at the nearly vacant St. Louis Outlet Mall. The revitalization project will be a public and private effort. The goal is to have many of the new sports venues open by early 2020. The POWERplex will host more than 180 major sports tournaments, camps, and events for a […]

  • Body pulled from Mississippi River near Jefferson Barracks Park

    ST. LOUIS – Fire and rescue crews were called to Lemay Tuesday afternoon after receiving reports of a person in the Mississippi River. The St. Louis Fire Department, St. Louis County Police Department, and Missouri State Highway Patrol responded to the call around 4:30 p.m. near Jefferson Barracks Park. Their efforts quickly shifted from a rescue to a recovery mission. A spokesman for the county police said this was the first time they used a drone to help locate a […]

  • Circuit attorney places more officers on exclusion list over troubling social media posts

    ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office placed 22 city police officers on an exclusion list after a national report revealed they allegedly made racist and Islamophobic social media posts. Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner said seven of those officers were permanently banned from her warrant office. Cases in which the other 15 officers were listed as essential witnesses would now be refused and search warrants would no longer be signed or approved. “After careful examination of the underlying […]

  • Win before you can buy – Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly Hologram Tour!

    Rock ’n’ Roll legends, Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly return to the stage on October 23rd at Stifel Theater. Accompanied by a live band and back-up singers, this cutting edge holographic performance with remastered audio will transport the audience back in time for an unforgettable evening of Roy & Buddy’s greatest hits onstage. Performing together for the first time, this once-in-a-lifetime show is sure to make your Rock ’N’ Roll Dreams come true! Tickets go on sale Friday, June 21st. […]

  • Pet of the Week: Scruffy

    ST. LOUIS – Scruffy is a 9-year-old male pug and he’s available for adoption at the Metro East Humane Society. This sweet, relaxed fuzzball keeps his kennel clean, walks well on a leash, and does well with other animals. Scruffy’s a senior boy looking for a family to treat him like a king! You can visit Scruffy at the Metro East Humane Society at 8495 IL-143 in Edwardsville, Illinois during business hours: Monday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 5 […]

  • Last defendant sentenced for 2014 fatal Bevo hammer attack

    ST. LOUIS – The last of four teenagers involved in the brutal killing of a Bosnian immigrant in 2014 was sentenced Friday. According to our news partners at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 20-year-old Travis Kidd will spend 18 years in prison as a result of a plea deal. In April, prosecutors reduced the first-degree murder charge to a second-degree charge and dropped the charge of armed criminal action in exchange for Kidd’s guilty plea. Kidd was 16 when he, along […]

  • Ryan O’Reilly named Stanley Cup Playoff MVP

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Ryan O’Reilly of the St. Louis Blues has been named the Conn Smythe Trophy winner as the most valuable player of the playoffs. The gritty forward lifted the trophy on the ice moments after the Blues beat Boston 4-1 in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final. He scored the opening goal late in the first period. O’Reilly became just the third player in league history to score his team’s first goal in four consecutive Stanley Cup […]

  • St. Louis Symphony celebrates the Blues with rendition of ‘St. Louis Blues March’

    ST. LOUIS – With St. Louisans everywhere waiting in anticipation of Wednesday night’s Game 7, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra has shared a special video to fire up the fanbase. The symphony recently performed the “St. Louis Blues March” on June 2 to salute the Blues’ spectacular season thus far.

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