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  • Driver collides with Centreville police cruiser, three injured

    CAHOKIA, Ill. – Three people were taken to hospitals after a crash involving a Centreville police officer. The crash happened at Illinois 157 and Illinois 163, near the St. Louis Downtown Airport. According to police, a driver had an open container of alcohol in the vehicle and thought they were approaching a DWI checkpoint. Police said the driver attempted to do a U-turn to avoid it but wound up striking a Centreville police cruiser. An officer in the cruiser was […]

  • Suspect charged in Calverton Park homicide

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Monday night, the Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis announced an arrest and charge connected to the weekend murder of a 68 year-old man in Calverton Park Sunday. Authorities have charged Jeffrey E. Tod, 53, of Calverton Park with 2nd degree Murder and Armed Criminal Action in connection with Kenneth Linzie’s death. Linzie’s body was found with a fatal gunshot wound in a garage on Williams Boulevard Sunday afternoon. Tod is being held on a $500,000 […]

  • Chaminade grad plays role of lead Notre Dame leprechaun in College Football Playoff

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Local fans of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish already know that the football team has one St. Louis area player on the roster heading into the National Playoff Semifinal against Clemson–defensive lineman Jonathan Bonner, of Parkway Central. Bonner has a family tie to the school, a legacy that spans decades. It turns out the same is true for another St. Louis connection to the team, or at least for a person you see plenty of on television […]

  • Top 10 St. Louis sports stories of 2018: Matheny, Yeo fired; a PGA Tourney triumph; and a renewed MLS bid

      ST. LOUIS, MO- The year 2018 saw the Cardinals and the Blues finish out of the playoffs, and with changes when it comes to who’s in charge on each team’s bench. Mizzou Men’s basketball came in from the wilderness and the dream of Major League Soccer in St. Louis, thought to have been dealt a fatal blow in 2017, re-emerged. Here are your top 10 sports stories of 2018 Change in the Cards The St. Louis Cardinals missed the […]

  • 2018 in St. Louis: A look at moments,events and stories we’ll remember

    ST. LOUIS, MO- As you might expect, the end of the year brings with it the typical News and Sports Stories of the Year. But as we looked at the stories that made a big impact, we were still left with a cornucopia of other moments, events, and inspirational stories….some important,  and others not so much, that had St. Louis talking over the past year, or had the world talking about St. Louis. Here’s a look     The Fabulous […]

  • 2018 St. Louis News in Review: A governor resigns, the Cardinals struggle, and big election news

    ST. LOUIS – As is the case in many years, some of the biggest news stories of 2018 were from topics we might have expected had we mapped out what this list could look like on January 1, like the culmination of a construction project, or an election that we at least knew was going to happen on a specific date, even if we didn’t know the result. But no one could have imagined the political shockwaves that would start […]

  • East St. Louis native Jeff Thomas transferring to Illinois

    ST. LOUIS, MO- University of Illinois Head Football Coach Lovie Smith is getting an early Christmas present. East St. Louis native Jeff Thomas announced Friday night that he’s transferring into the Illini program. I would like to thank The University of Miami, my teammates, coaches for their amazing support the past 2 years. With that being said, I would like to thank Coach Lovie smith for this opportunity to further my education and football career at the University of Illinois. […]

  • Fans take to social media blasting Blues brawl, questioning effort during games

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Depending on your perspective, when this hockey season ends for the St. Louis Blues, we’ll look back at December 10 as either a day that typified the frustration of a subpar season that soured the fanbase, or maybe, just maybe, as a catalyst to break out of a losing skid and get back into playoff contention. Judging by fan reaction on social media to the FOX2 video showing a brief dustup between Robert Bortuzzo and Zach Sanford […]

  • FOX2 obtains agreement between XFL, St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission

    ST. LOUIS, MO- FOX2 has obtained the executed agreement that will bring professional football back to the Dome at America’s Center, when the XFL arrives in 2020. The contract covers three seasons, ending in August 2022. Among the highlights: The XFL must pay the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission $125,000 by January 15, 2019, with another $125,000 due thereafter. The league will file a $300,000 line of credit with the CVC. The league will pay $100,000 for five regular […]

  • Hazelwood East grad Christian Kirksey up for NFL’s Man of the Year Award

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Linebacker Christian Kirksey may be on the Injured Reserve list due to a hamstring injury, but that isn’t keeping him from being considered for one of the NFL’s highest individual honors. Thursday the league announced individual team nominees for the 2018 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, including the Hazelwood East graduate now in his fifth year in the league. Kirksey has earned praise for his work helping the Greater Cleveland Food Bank raise enough […]

  • Prized transfer QB Kelly Bryant picks Missouri

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The University of Missouri football team won’t play again  on the field until the December 31 Liberty Bowl game against Oklahoma State, but on Tuesday night the Tigers won an off-field battle that had the nation watching. Kelly Bryant, the Clemson quarterback who decided to transfer after losing his starting job to Trevor Lawrence this fall, announced he will finish his college career at Mizzou next fall. “The test of a man … #MIZ #ShowMe #PuBd 🐯🏈” […]

  • Former Howell football star Sutton Smith proposes on field after winning college title

    ST. LOUIS, MO- It’s a night that Sutton Smith and Julie Sacco will probably never forget, for a variety of reasons. Smith, who starred at Howell High School as a running back before moving on to college at Northern Illinois, has made a national name for himself as a defensive standout in the college ranks. He’s the MAC Defensive Player of the Year and leads the nation in sacks.  On Friday, Smith’s Huskies came from behind to defeat the University […]