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  • Chopped champion James Briscione shares his favorite game-day dishes

      ST. LOUIS, Mo. — The average American consumes 38 pounds of cheese per year. January 20th is National Cheese Lover’s Day. Cheese will take center stage at Super Bowl parties across the country on Sunday, February 2, 2019. Renowned chef and two-time Chopped champion James Briscione shares his favorite game-day dishes on behalf of Wisconsin cheese. More information: wisconsincheese.com  

  • St. Louis area home builder previews the 2020 spring real estate season

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — One of the area’s premier home builders, Payne Family Homes, has new neighborhoods in development. There are several advantages of building a new home rather than buying a used one.  We’re kicking off the 2020 spring real estate season by giving you a preview. More than 8 in 10 existing homeowners say they repaired or renovated their homes within the first year of ownership. 54% did so within the first 30 days of getting the keys. […]

  • How to check a charity’s reputation before making a donation

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — How do we go about evaluating a charity before we make the donation? The recent wildfires in Australia have caused widespread destruction and loss of both human and animal life across the continent, prompting high-profile calls for donations to help the victims. The Better Business Bureau reminds those who want to help to carefully check out charities before making donations.    

  • Watch: Gov. Parson delivers State of the State

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Governor Mike Parson delivered the 2020 State of the State Address Wednesday afternoon in front of the Missouri General Assembly. The speech focused on issues in four main areas for 2020: stronger communities, workforce and education, infrastructure, and government reform. You can read the governor’s address below in its entirety.

  • St. Louis Police Officers Association holds press conference after Kim Gardner lawsuit

    ST. LOUIS (AP) – St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner on Monday filed what she called an unprecedented federal civil rights lawsuit, accusing the city, the local police union and others of a coordinated and racist conspiracy aimed at forcing her out of office. Gardner, the city’s elected prosecutor, also accused “entrenched interests” of intentionally impeding her efforts to reform racist practices that have led to a loss of trust in the criminal justice system. The lawsuit alleges civil rights […]

  • Donate to Pathways to Progress as part of our Spirit of St. Louis campaign

    ST. LOUIS – Pathways to Progress, a collaborative program with Catholic Charities and St. Francis Community Services, helps north St. Louis County residents who become members with employment training and retention, financial literacy, life skills, transportation, health and wellness, and even legal assistance. It’s the last week of our Spirit of St. Louis campaign and we encourage you to donate to one of our three featured charities: Casa of St. Louis, Humane Society of St. Louis or Pathways to Progress. Call […]

  • Prosecutors rally for St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – Successful black prosecutors from across the country came to St. Louis for a rally outside Carnahan Courthouse in support of embattled St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner. The prosecutors joined local leaders and Gardner supporters in a show of solidarity and a protest. They said the circuit attorney is being mistreated by the powers that be. “You are not alone,” said Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby. “We will not stand idly by any longer while the […]

  • C3 Fitness: 5-minute plank workout

    ST. LOUIS – Planking is a good way to activate your core, targeting the muscles in the abdominals, the lower back, and the hips. Cason, the founder of C3 Fitness, visits Fox 2 News with a 5-minute plank workout designed to burn your core. 60-second full plank 30-second elbow plank 30-second raised leg plank (each side) 30-second side planks (each side) 30-second full plank 60-second elbow plank

  • Proud to Serve – 2020

    Proud to Serve Contest – 2020 NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN, NOR WILL A PURCHASE IMPROVE ONE’S CHANCES OF WINNING. ALL REQUIRED FORMS MUST BE FILLED OUT COMPLETELY AND TRUTHFULLY. FAILURE TO COMPLETE THE ENTRY FORM AND PROVIDE TRUTHFUL AND PERTINENT INFORMATION MAY RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION FROM THE CONTEST. DISQUALIFICATION IS IN THE SOLE DISCRETION OF SPONSOR. KTVI LLC (“Sponsor”) will conduct the Proud to Serve Contest (“Contest”) in accordance with these Official Rules (“Rules”). Participation in the […]

  • Pet of the Week: Red

    ST. LOUIS – Red is a super sweet 5-year-old bloodhound mix who loves to be around people. He thrives outside and would love a big yard to run around in. Red does well with other animals but is anxious around small children. The MEHS is only sending him into a home with older kids or no children. You can visit Red at the Metro East Humane Society at 8495 IL-143 in Edwardsville, Illinois during business hours: Monday through Saturday from […]

  • How buying vitamins at your local Walgreens can help children around the globe

    ST. LOUIS – Do you take vitamins? Now while improving your health, you can also help change the lives of children all around the world through the Vitamin Angels program. It’s an international cause whose mission is to address child and maternal health around the world. You can support the organization when you buy vitamins from Walgreens. Walgreens pharmacist Nancy Salman joins Fox 2 News via satellite to talk about the program and how you can get involved.

  • Mother in custody following suspicious death of twins

    CLAYTON, MO – No charges have been filed against a North St. Louis County woman who has been taken into custody as police investigate the death of her newborn twins on Wednesday. The 25-year-old reportedly told investigators the infants, one boy, and one girl were stillborn. But county police now say the children were carried to full term and neither was stillborn. A cause of death has not yet been determined. The deaths are only being labeled as suspicious.

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