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  • Suspects flee after attempted smash, grab at south city restaurant

    (KTVI)- Police are actively searching suspects who were involved in an attempted smash and grab Friday morning. The burglary occurred around 6:00 a.m. at the Fortune Express restaurant located in the 6700 block of Chippewa. The suspected thieves used a large object to smash the front door of the business. According to police, the thieves were able to enter the store but it is unclear if any items were stolen. One suspect was inside when police arrived, but ran out […]

  • Thieves run away without stolen items after smash, grab at City Gear

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- Two people were arrested Friday morning¬† following an early morning smash and grab at City Gear. Around 3:00 a.m., two suspects broke into the store located at Dr. Martin Luther King Drive at Grand Avenue. According to police, the men entered the store through a side window and stole several boxes of shoes. Once authorities arrived, the men fled the scene on foot. The stolen items were left behind in the trunk of their car. The […]

  • Suspect wanted for vandalizing cars in downtown loft garage

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- Police are searching for a suspect who broke into several cars inside of a locked garage in a downtown loft apartment building. The vandalism occured at The Bogen Lofts located at 1215 Washington Avenue. Residents of the building use a swipe card to enter the garage. However, the thief gained access by sneaking under the door as it was closing. After entering, he began rifling through the parked cars. The landlord notified the residents after the […]

  • Senator Chappelle-Nadal, protesters take their voices to Jefferson City

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KTVI) – Democratic State Senator Maria Chapelle-Nadal along with 60 others, traveled to Jefferson City as lawmakers met for the annual veto session Wednesday. Their goal was to share their stories and experiences during the crisis in Ferguson. Chappelle-Nadal, whose district includes Ferguson, organized the trip. The senator gave a 45 minute speech on the Senate Floor about the State of Emergency racial profiling has created for her constituents following the shooting death Michael Brown. Brown, 18, […]

  • Biker thrown from motorcycle near I-70 at Hanley

    (KTVI)- A motorcycle rider was injured during an early morning crash in Normandy. The crash occurred around 2:30 a.m. on westbound I-70 near north Hanley Road. The biker was thrown from the motorcycle. The motorcycle continued 100-yards down the highway before it crashed into a median. Interstate 70 was closed as crews cleared the scene. FOX 2 will keep you updated as details become available.

  • Heat Advisory issued for St. Louis Metro area Thursday

    (KTVI)- A Heat Advisory has been issued for the St. Louis Metropolitan area Thursday. The advisory will go into effect at 1 p.m. Temperatures are expected to reach the mid 90s with heat indexes up to 105 degrees. How to beat the heat Take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside. When possible, reschedule strenuous activities to the early morning or evening. Know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Wear light weight and loose […]

  • Cast of ‘The Little Rascals’ recreate movie poster 20 years later

    LOS ANGELES, CA (KTVI)- “You only meet your once in a lifetime friends… once in a lifetime.” The cast of “The Little Rascals” has reunited after 20 years. In honor of their anniversary, the cast members recreated their 1994 movie poster! Producer & CEO of 22 Vision, Brian Procrass, brought all of the actors together. If this movie touched your heart or made you smile, then you’re sure to remember, Bug Hall (Alfalfa), Brittany Ashton Holmes (Darla), Courtland Mead (Uh […]

  • Bicyclist struck by SUV near Vandeventer and C.D. Banks

    (KTVI)- A bicyclist was struck by and SUV near Vandeventer and C.D. Banks around 5 a.m. Thursday morning. The driver of the SUV left scene. The biker has suffered minor injuries to his arm. Our Mazda Road Runner Bobby Hughes captured this photo while on the scene. Bicyclist struck by vehicle on Vandeventer and C.D. Banks. Driver of SUV left scene. Minor injuries to bike rider. — Mazda Road Runner (@RoadRunnerSTL) September 4, 2014 A description of the vehicle […]

  • Woman steals $144 worth of eye shadow

    FAYETTEVILLE, AR (KFSM)- According to our sister station, KFSM, a woman has been arrested for stealing $144 worth of eye shadow from an Ulta Beauty Store in Fayetteville. Brandy Allen, 31 was taken into police custody on Septemeber 1st, after allegedly grabbing handfuls of make-up. Apparently Allen wasn’t paying attention to the colors or labels. According to the police report,¬† once Allen was in handcuffs she began to scream , “No one [expletive] saw me steal anything.” Allen’s bond was […]

  • Glitch in new Madden 15 NFL game shrinks player from St. Louis down-to-size

    (KTVI)- A glitch in the new Madden 15 NFL game has cut a player from St. Louis down-to-size. Christian Kirksey is 6-foot-2 but in the video game, he’s only 14 inches tall! That’s not all. Although Kirksey is a rookie for the Cleveland Browns, he is depicted in the game as a player for the Tennessee Titans. Kirksey played football at Hazelwood East High School in north St. Louis County. When he saw the mini version of himself, he thought […]

  • Joan Rivers’ Fashion Police episodes cancelled

    (KTVI)- Joan Rivers’ Fashion Police episodes have been cancelled as she remains in a New York hospital. A spokesperson for E! confirms that two tapings of the show scheduled in conjunction with fashion week have been cancelled. Rivers stopped breathing during throat surgery at a Manhattan medical clinic last Thursday. The 81-year-old comedian is on life-support and in serious condition at New York’s Mount Sinai hospital.  

  • Valley Park School District closed due to power outage

    (KTVI)-  The Valley Park School District has cancelled school Tuesday morning due to a power outage. According to Ameren, power may not be restored before classes are set to begin. FOX 2 will keep you posted as details become available.

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