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  • MetroLink trains operating again between North Hanley and St. Louis Lambert terminals

    UPDATE:   Overhead wire have been repaired and train service has been restored to St. Louis Lambert MetroLink Stations. ST. LOUIS, Mo. – MetroLink trains are currently not operating between the North Hanley and St. Louis Lambert MetroLink Stations. Busses are being used to shuttle riders between those stations until further notice due to damage to the overhead MetroLink wires. Crews are working to make repairs, which could take several hours. Riders should allow an extra 30 minutes for their trips. […]

  • Homicide investigation in south St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Police discovered a 65-year-old man dead inside his home overnight laying in a pool of blood. Police say the front door was open when they found him at 200 Upton. A homicide investigation is in progress.

  • Governor Pritzker signs executive order for LGBTQ inclusivity in schools

    CHICAGO, Il. – Before joining in the activities for the 49th annual Chicago Pride Parade, Governor JB Pritzker signed an executive order to ensure that schools in Illinois have the tools necessary to promote inclusivity for transgender, nonbinary and gender nonconforming students. “This executive order is one more step toward securing Illinois’ place as a leader in equality and hope,” said Governor Pritzker. Executive Order 19-11 creates an Affirming and Inclusive Schools Task Force to examine best practices and then directs […]

  • Fourth of July food ideas for the family

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Neshanta Larry, also known as Chef Nesee, is in the studio with some 4th of July food this morning. Chef Nesee has some plate ideas that the whole family can take part in making for one of America’s biggest holidays.  

  • Variety Kids will meet X Ambassadors

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The X Ambassadors will have a meet and greet with the local Variety Kids charity Sunday before their concert. Variety Kids visit us in the studio today to talk about their excitement surrounding this musical event. The keyboardist in the band is blind and they have been supporting Variety for a few years now. X Ambassadors is the Variety Band and their concert is at the pageant at 8p.m. Sunday night. For more information about their […]

  • Home decor for the Fourth of July holiday

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Zane Redfern, Founder of ‘AtHomeWithZane,’ will be sharing affordable and simple home décor ideas for summer, along with some home décor ideas for the July 4th Holiday, and how you can stretch your budget by using your ‘holiday’ décor seasonally. You can visit the ‘AtHomeWithZane’ Youtube channel for more affordable home decorating and DIY ideas. For more information, visit:

  • Police find gunman dead during SWAT situation in Jefferson County, 1 other person dead

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Mo. – The sheriff’s office has confirmed that the gunman and one other person have been confirmed dead during a SWAT situation in Jefferson County. The gunman was found by SWAT and a victim was found next to a burning house. The Investigation is ongoing, but the Code Red has been rescinded. A SWAT team was called to the Cedar Hill area before 9 a.m. Saturday for reports of a gunman on the loose, according to Jefferson County […]

  • St. Louis runners compete in the ‘Macklind Mile’

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The Macklind Mile, one of the country’s most competitive mile races, was held in south St. Louis Saturday morning. There were 1,600 runners in the race and many of the runners are world class athletes. FOX 2’s John Brown emceed the race that began at the corner of Macklind and Devonshire. The winning woman was Julia Kohnen from St. Louis who ran the mile in 4 minutes and 40 seconds. Kohnen is currently training for the […]

  • Soccer Shots: The Children’s Soccer Experience

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Soccer Shots Greater St. Louis is teaching kids at a young age the basic skills needed in soccer and instilling a sense of love for the sport. Owner Jamie Cody, Coach Oscar, Director of Operations, and some little players join us today, to talk about the program. For more information, visit:

  • Find some new footwear at the ‘Show Me Kicks’ Expo

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The Show Me Kicks expo is a great, family friendly event because you`re never too young or old to be interested in footwear. Footwear will be available to buy, sell or trade at the upcoming event on Saturday, July 6. Visit the Old Post Office from 12p.m. to 5p.m. and bring your own footwear and get ready to see some great-looking “kicks.” For more information, visit:

  • If you enjoy cold pizza for breakfast, you`re not alone

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – A new poll by Slice reveals that a majority of people would prefer to have cold pizza over a typical breakfast food in the morning. 53% of those polled would choose cold pizza over eggs for their first meal of the day. The survey also shows that a majority of people believe pineapple should not be a pizza topping.

  • Gordmans has your Fourth of July decor covered

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Paul Roberts, Gordmans Store Manager, is in the studio today with some popular Fourth of July home décor. He is demonstrating where to put items around the house and how to make the backyard more festive for one of America’s biggest holidays. For more information, visit:  

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