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  • Friday Furry Friend: Quarry

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Mandy Pratt from the APA of Missouri is here on Fox 2 with our furry friend this Friday. Here today is a male kitten named Quarry. She’s adorable and up for adoption! For more information on how to adopt Quarry and other furry friends visit: APA ADOPTION CENTER 1705 S. HANLEY RD. BRENTWOOD (314)645-4610

  • Kevin Johnson gives us upcoming concerts to lookout for

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Music critic Kevin Johnson is here on Fox 2 this morning to update us on information about all the upcoming concerts in the area we should attend.

  • Bring out your used books for the JCC Used Book Fair

      ST. LOUIS, Mo. – You can’t tell a book by it’s cover…The same hold true for this preview of the jcc summer used book sale.   We have a sampling of what will be found beginning this Sunday through Thursday. Amy Bornstein joins us again on Fox 2 with more information about this upcoming book fair. For more information visit: The Staenberg Family Complex Arts & Education Building #2 Millstone Campus Drive in Creve Coeur August 11-15

  • Buster the Bus is here to remind you about back to school safety

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – School bus safety is a big concern for parent’s. You want kids to be aware of danger but you don’t want to scare them. That’s where Buster rolls in. Buster the bus is part of the parkway school district and he’s here to give you some neat safety tips.  

  • Retired Captain Ron Johnson shares his new book entitled “13-Days in Ferguson”

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Captain Ron Johnson from the Missouri Highway Patrol was appointed by the Governor to lead law enforcement regarding their response to the riots that ensued after the shooting death of Michael Brown by Ferguson Officer Darrin Wilson. He retired last year and wrote a book called “13-Days In Ferguson”. He joins us this morning on Fox 2 to share his experience. If you’d like to more information on his speaking engagements or to order his book just head […]

  • Back to school vaccinations

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – It’s time to head back to the classroom and along with all the school supplies, put health on your list. Pediatricians recommend getting your shots on time along with a healthy lunch, and can help children and teens succeed in the classroom. We`re talking about the importance of vaccinations, specifically the HPV vaccination. Doctor Timothy Lackey is the Department Chair of Pediatrics at S-S-M Health and Maggie Grote-Fendt, is the Senior Manager Health Systems & Parent […]

  • Get your tickets for Matilda now showing at The Muny

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – This is Mattea Conforti`s first time at the Muny! Conforti will sing a snippet of ‘Naughty’ from the show Matilda. Mattea played the same role on broadway at age 9, she is now 13. For more information on the show: 1 Theatre Drive St. Louis, MO 63112 Now through Sunday, August 11, 8:15pm  

  • Helpful tips for elk hunting

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Missouri once again has free-ranging elk in the state. These majestic animals have been restored to the show-me-state and are thriving. This success may also soon provide a unique big game hunting opportunity. Dan zarlenga joins us on Fox 2 with details on a proposed hunting plan. For more information visit: search keywords ‘elk hunting’  

  • St. Louis Rapid & Blitz Grand Chess Tour

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – St. Louis is the chess capital of the world, thanks to the establishment of the St. Louis Chess Club and Hall Of Fame. This week the club hosts the “Saint Louis Rapid and Blitz” Grand Chess Tour. Joining us to talk about it this morning on Fox 2 is Grand-Master Leinier Dominguez. For more information: 2019 Saint Louis Rapid & Blitz August 9th – 14th (Friday – Wednesday) Saint Louis Chess Club 4657 Maryland Ave. Central […]

  • Learn more about the benefits of breastfeeding

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Today is the final day of World Breastfeeding Week, it’s centered around supporting, empowering and educating new mother’s on the benefits of breastfeeding, for both women and their children. Nicole Arciniega is a Women’s Health Education and Outreach Coordinator at Barnes Jewish and is here on Fox 2 this morning with more information about the benefits of breastfeeding.    

  • Reflecting on Ferguson five years later with Rabbi Susan Talve

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – This friday is fifth anniversary of Michael Brown’s death that turned into months of protests, riots, reflection and change. Rabbi Susan Talve of Central Reform Congregation was on the front lines. She joins us on Fox 2 this morning to take a look back. Rabbi Susan Talve marched with protestors, provided spiritual guidance and support. She also travels the world advocating for peace and social justice.

  • St. Louis County Prosecutor Wesley Bell talks about changes since Michael Browns death

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The Ferguson Civilian Review Board met not too long ago with just one audience member in attendance. The group was formed after the Michael Brown shooting five years ago to investigate complaints against police. Has apathy set in five years following the Ferguson unrest? That’s a good question for St. Louis County Prosecutor Wesly Bell.  Bell joins us on Fox 2 to talk about the changes since the Ferguson unrest and since he became the St. […]

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