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  • PGA Championship fans get engaged at Bellerive

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The golf record books will show that Brooks Koepka won the 2018 PGA Championship at Bellerive, but you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone else who will remember their time in the crowd this weekend more than Mac Stoddard and Hannah King. Stoddard, an executive with the political organization FreedomWorks and King, an exercise physiologist, were in town from the Washington D.C. area. He bought tickets for Saturday’s round last summer and  asked her to marry him on […]

  • Stormy Daniels’ attorney, Parkway Central grad Avenatti, considers 2020 run

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – We have yet to reach the 2018 midterm elections but some eyes are already focused on the 2020 campaign cycle, including a high-profile attorney who grew up in St. Louis County. Michael Avenatti, the attorney for Stephanie Clifford, the adult film star known as Stormy Daniels, confirmed to FOX2 Thursday that he’s considering a 2020 presidential bid as a Democrat. Avenatti became a national media fixture in his time representing Clifford, who claims she had an […]

  • Police officer injured in accident on I-270

    FERGUSON, MO – A Ferguson police officer is being checked out at a hospital Wednesday night after his patrol vehicle was struck on Interstate 270. Chief Delrish Moss tells Fox 2 that it happened around 9 pm on 270 and West Florissant. The police car had stopped to help a disabled vehicle on the side of the road when his vehicle was struck from behind. The injuries are to his neck and back but aren’t believed to be serious. The […]

  • Why you may see yellow ribbons at the PGA Championship at Bellerive

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Golf fans can expect plenty of excitement Thursday as the 100th PGA Championship tees off at Bellerive Country Club in Town and Country, but spectators in person and viewers on television may spot some players with heavy hearts and yellow ribbons on the course too. On Wednesday,  the golf world learned of the passing of Jarrod Lyle, a professional golfer from Australia.  Lyle, 36, had battled acute myeloid leukemia. FOX News reports that Lyle fought the disease off […]

  • St. Louis woman defends Bellerive and her city from critics ahead of PGA Championship

    ST. LOUIS, MO- After all the hype and buildup, the golf shots made out at Bellerive will start to count for real when the opening round of the 100th PGA Championship tees off in Town and Country. Players have gone out of their way to tell the assembled media how impressed they’ve been with the atmosphere in the gallery for practice rounds. Practice! “The atmosphere yesterday was almost like a Saturday. All the majors are similar, but this one in […]

  • Key Cardinal evaluations in 2018 could impact 2019 squad

    ST. LOUIS, MO- With Sunday’s win against the Pirates, the St. Louis Cardinals have won three consecutive series for the first time all season. It is because it is the first time we can say this in 2018, and that it’s happening in August, which gives one pause about still passing a crowded field in the way of breaking the franchise’s playoff drought. So regardless of what happens to the team over the next month and a half, there are […]

  • Child among those wounded in north St. Louis shooting

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Police are on scene late Sunday night at the intersection of Goodfellow and Natural Bridge, investigating a double shooting that counts an eight year-old  child as one of the victims. It happened just before 8:00 pm in north St. Louis. Investigators say two men, one armed with an assault rifle and  the other with a handgun, fired several shots at the Gulf gas station off of Goodfellow and Natural Bridge in north St. Louis. A 19-year-old man who […]

  • Where the St. Louis Cardinals stand inside 24 hours until the trade deadline

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The deadline to trade players without clearing waivers is Tuesday July 31 at 3pm Central time. While the Cardinals gained ground on the first place Chicago Cubs over the weekend, General Manager Michael Girsch told reporters Sunday night that the results were not going to make a major difference in guiding the team’s philosophy at the deadline. The goal would still be to make improvements that would pay off in 2019, and not just a short term […]

  • Cardinals say they’re not done dealing; Here are 4 more moves they could make

    ST. LOUIS, MO- How will you remember the Greg Holland era? The pitcher who led the league in saves last year for Colorado was not the same man in St. Louis this spring, and his time with the club ended Friday when he and lefty reliever Tyler Lyons were designated for assignment, giving the Cardinals 10 days to release or trade the pair.  Sam Tuivailala was traded to Seattle. Up come Luke Weaver, Dakota Hudson, Tyler Webb and Daniel Poncedeleon. Cardinals […]

  • St. Charles firefighter hospitalized after vehicle fire, explosion

    ST. CHARLES, MO- Late Wednesday night, the St. Charles Fire Department announced that a firefighter suffered second and third-degree burns to his hands and burns to his face while putting out a vehicle fire. In a Facebook post, the department said the incident happened near the intersection of Highways J and H. According to initial reports, a vehicle door was blown 60 feet as a result of an explosion on the scene. The cause is still under investigation. The unidentified […]

  • Mike Shildt gets the first shot at managing, but who else should the Cardinals consider for 2019?

    ST. LOUIS, MO- On Saturday night, this author watched the Cardinals loss to the Reds on TV, Mike Matheny’s postgame comments, and went to bed. While falling asleep, I was mentally creating a list for a column with candidates to manage the St. Louis Cardinals in 2019. I had no idea that at that very moment, team executives were wishing Mike Matheny the best of luck with his future endeavors and giving Mike Shildt the keys for the rest of […]

  • Fire destroys mobile home in St. Charles

    ST. CHARLES, MO – Three pets are dead following a Tuesday afternoon fire in St. Charles.  Fire crews are now wrapping up the scene at the Towne West Mobile Home Park.  Authorities say the fire started in the kitchen and that the unit is a total loss.  Two dogs and a cat in the mobile home did not survive. 3 people live in the home but were not home at the time of the fire. The fire was contained to a single […]