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  • Missouri health department investigating recent illnesses among Grant’s Farm visitors

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is investigating cases of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC) involving visitors to Grant’s Farm. According to the DHSS, the five cases were reported in the last month. STEC is a group of bacteria in the E. coli family that produces the Shiga toxin, which is harmful to humans. Symptoms typically occur 3 to 4 days after exposure. Infections vary from person to person. Some infections are very […]

  • Alton man sentenced to 80 years for 2017 murder

    ALTON, Ill. – An Alton man will spend the next 80 years in prison for a May 2017 murder, the Madison County State’s Attorney’s Office said Friday. According to prosecutors, Derrance Taylor was found shot to death in the 900 block of Union Street around 4:15 a.m. on Mother’s Day. The Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis was activated to investigate the murder. Cameron Matlock was arrested and charged with first-degree murder in connection with Taylor’s death. Prosecutors said […]

  • Glen Carbon man gets 60 years for 2017 murder, domestic battery

    EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. – A Glen Carbon man will spend the next 60 years in prison after being sentenced Friday for a 2017 murder and domestic battery case. Stephen J. McGauley, 47, was convicted in February of killing a houseguest who confronted him over an accusation of domestic violence. According to the Madison County State’s Attorney’s Office, the incident occurred September 3, 2017, around 7:30 p.m. in the 100 block of Hillcrest Drive. Authorities found the victim, 43-year-old Steven Flack of […]

  • Wildwood man convicted of sex crimes against girls in his neighborhood

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – A St. Louis County jury convicted a Wildwood man Thursday for sexually abusing three girls in his neighborhood over a decade ago. Jason Lawson had been charged with three counts of statutory sodomy, and one count each of statutory rape and child molestation. Lawson’s lawyer, Mark Hammer, said they’ll appeal the verdict. Prosecutors said Lawson sexually abused three girls, all of whom were between the ages of eight and 10. Two of the victims lived […]

  • Burger King’s plan to eat up your student loans

    Burger king wants to eat up your student loans! The fast food chain has a new program dubbed “whopper loans” which runs through June 6th. All you have to do is make a purchase on the mobile app and submit your monthly student loan payment. Twice a week, the company will give out up to $500 to 150 lucky customers. If you’re craving a whopper with a side of savings, head to Burger King’s website for a chance to win.

  • St. Louis Outlet Mall in Hazelwood Closing

    The “St. Louis Outlet Mall” in Hazelwood is closing. The mall’s owners are giving the remaining tenants 30 days to clear out. The mall is formerly know as the St. Louis Mills Mall.” It opened in 2003 and cost an estimated $250,000,000. Namdar the current owners bought it for 4.4 million dollars back in 2006. Speculation is the land could be sold to a local group planning to build a massive 135-acre sports complex.

  • Follow up on toddler who was struck by a car last night

    We have a Fox 2 News Follow Up on a toddler who was struck by a car last night. The three-year old girl was the victim of a hit and run. It happened in the 4000 block of “California” at about 7pm last night. The girl was crossing the street with her parents when a grey four-door Sedan struck her. The car fled the scene and police are currently looking for information on it. The girl was taken to the […]

  • Ameren Missouri uses drones to help restore power and assess tornado damage

    Ameren Missouri is turning to drones to help restore power to areas damaged by this week’s tornadoes. The drones are being used to assess damage on the ground. The storms are blamed for at least three deaths across the state. Jefferson City was hit especially hard and many customers still don’t have electricity. Ameren Missouri hopes to have power restored by tomorrow afternoon.

  • Special Olympics to cancel its summer games next week due to damage from tornado

    Jefferson City, MO. – Tornado damage has forced the special olympics to cancel its summer games next week. Heavy damage to the Special Olympics Training for Life Campus in Jefferson City has prompted officials to cancel the games scheduled for May 31st to June 2nd in Springfield.  

  • 17-year-old charged in north St. Louis murder

    ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office charged a 17-year-old Thursday for a fatal shooting in a north city neighborhood. According to Officer Michelle Woodling, a spokeswoman for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, the shooting took place Wednesday just after 6:15 p.m. in the 3900 block of Fairground Park Drive. Officers received a call for a shooting and found the victim, 56-year-old Vincent Sanders, near the sidewalk suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Sanders was pronounced dead at […]

  • Lifestyle Expert has Tech that can make your life easier

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Tech Lifestyle expert Carley Knobloch speaks to viewers about technology that can help simplify your life. Knobloch previews several apps and gadgets that can increase everyday productivity. For more information visit

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