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  • Pets of the Week: Sadie and Mollie

    ST. LOUIS – Sadie and Mollie are three-month-old Dachshund mix puppies soon up for adoption at the Metro East Humane Society. They are the sweetest puppies and love to cuddle and have fun! They will be available for adoption later this week and would do well in any home. You can visit Sadie and Mollie at the MEHS at 8495 IL-143 in Edwardsville, Illinois. For more information, visit or call 618-656-4405.

  • Donated Christmas trees to help local fishers catch larger game

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — What are you going to do with your Christmas tree after December, 25? The Missouri Department of Conservation wants it to help anglers catch fish. Donated trees are a great place for fish to live. The Missouri Department of Conservation wants to use them to create fish habitats in north St. Louis County’s Spanish Lake Park, Lake 34 on the August A. Busch Conservation Area in St. Charles, and Cuivre River State Park in Lincoln County […]

  • ‘Send Well Wishes’ makes it easy to get gift baskets to those in need

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — The company Send Well Wishes, is making it easy for all of us to send thoughtful and useful gift baskets to those who are in the hospital or homebound. Kathleen Lodes and Katie Thiemann share the incredible story of how they came up with the idea and started a business.  

  • Crash closes Poplar Street Bridge for over two hours

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Alcohol played a role in a crash on the Illinois side of the Poplar Street Bridge around 3:00am Monday. It happened on eastbound I-64 near the Cahokia exit. According to Illinois State Police, a pickup truck slammed into a semi and went underneath the trailer. It took 45 minutes to get the two men out of the pickup, both were taken to the hospital and were alive. Two lanes on the eastbound side were close for three […]

  • ‘Breakfast with Santa’ at Eckert’s this weekend

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Tim Ezell is the luckiest guy in the world. He is spending the whole morning with Santa Claus.  On the flip side, Santa has to spend the whole morning with Tim. You can also have Breakfast with Santa.  Just head over to Eckert’s this weekend: Breakfast with Santa Saturday Dec. 22 Sunday Dec. 23 8AM – 11:30AM Eckert’s Belleville Country Store and Farm 951 S. Greet Mt. Rd. Belleville, IL More info:

  • Car strikes pole on Olive in University City

    UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. – A vehicle has crashed into a light pole in the 7200 block of Olive Boulevard in University City.  The accident appears to be serious.  The vehicle is flipped over and wreckage is everywhere. The driver survived the accident but the extent of injuries is not known at this time. First responders are at the scene.  The road is closed in the area as they work on clearing the accident. Bad accident in university city on olive […]

  • Bald eagles spotted at Carlyle Lake.

    CARLYLE, Ill. – A cool pic this morning from  FOX 2 viewer Leroy Miller. He says his friend Allen Huelskamp took this picture of two bald eagles hanging out in a tree. The photo was taken recently at Carlyle Lake.

  • Woman crashes into utility pole in Washington Park, Il

    WASHINGTON PARK, Il. – A car crashed into a utility pole late Sunday night in Washington Park, Illinois. Police say a woman hit the pole after she lost control on North 38th Street at St. Clair Avenue.  She was taken to the hospital and expected to survive. A male passenger was checked at the scene but not taken to the hospital.

  • Man shot in mouth near Sherman Park

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — One man was shot overnight in north St. Louis. Police say the victim was shot in the mouth just after 12:30am Monday on Wells Avenue near Academy Avenue just south of Sherman Park. He was conscious and breathing when taken to the hospital. No word on suspects or a motive.

  • Volunteers donate $9K of toys to Marine Corps ‘Toys for Tots’

    KIRKWOOD, MO – A Santa sized shopping spree happened in Kirkwood Sunday evening.  Volunteers bought thousands of dollars in toys to be donated to the Toys for Tots drive. The volunteers raised money all year long to fund the shopping spree.  This year they raised $9,000 and that bought a whole lot of toys. The annual Marine Corps toy drive runs through Monday, donations to the drive can still be made online.

  • Moore Food: Fantastic eats at Digregorio’s on The Hill

    ST. LOUIS- Chef Georgios Kastanias from Moore Food Distributors is joined by Digregorio’s Foods on The Hill to talk about all the tasty things available at the market. Website: Digregorio’s Foods For more information, visit or call (314) 426-1300.

  • Hancock and Kelley: Trump’s former lawyer talks to the media after sentencing

    ST. LOUIS – This week on Hancock and Kelley, the Fox 2 political consultants discuss the fallout from the Michael Cohen sentencing. They will also discuss how political correctness is defining the daily news cycle.