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  • Cardinal Ritter football coach fired, school’s football program suspended for using ineligible player

    ST. LOUIS – The president of Cardinal Ritter confirms to Fox 2 the school’s football program is suspended and all football coaches have been let go, including the head football coach Brandon Gregory. Earlier this week, it was revealed that Coach Gregory was knowingly using an ineligible player this season. That player, a running back, was supposed to be suspended for the first game of the season. Instead, he wore the number 24 instead of his normal number 4 jersey, […]

  • 5-year-old’s love of the Blues inspires Halloween costume

    ST. CHARLES, Mo. – We spotted the Stanley Cup at a trunk or treat event Friday night at Harris Elementary School in St. Charles. Five-year-old Drew was so excited about the St. Louis Blues’ big win over the summer that he wanted to incorporate it into his Halloween costume. Drew’s father made the entire costume, which even plays the song ‘Gloria.’

  • Friday mascot: Bonbon

    ST. LOUIS – Our mascot of the week is Bonbon!  Head to the APA of Missouri to meet this cat at 1705 S Hanley Rd. or call (314) 645-4610.

  • Study: People who cook with canned foods are more likely to meet healthy dietary patterns

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — We all know that fruits and vegetables are good for us. But, did you know that consuming enough of any type of fruits and vegetables could improve your mood? The key to unlocking this health and happiness may be as easy as opening your pantry. Research shows that people who cook with canned foods are more likely to meet healthy dietary patterns full of fruits and veggies. Registered dietitian Holley Grainger shows us how. More information: […]

  • The zero tolerance approach to social media threats

    ST. LOUIS – Many school districts, including Rockwood, have experienced social media threats posted by students, which result in fear, uncertainty, and possibly student discipline and or criminal charges. Rockwood school superintendent Dr. Mark Miles talks about the zero tolerance approach that is being taken against social media threats.

  • 5000 ghost and gobblins take the streets of downtown for The Great GO! St. Louis Halloween Race

    ST. LOUIS – The Great GO! St. Louis Halloween Race features a half marathon, 10K, 5K and 1-mile fun run – with a special Halloween twist! This event attracts many of the region’s elite runners, along with thousands of runners and walkers of all ages and abilities.   For more information, Visit www.gostlouis.org/events/the-great-halloween-race

  • Beginning early next year, all 700 St. Louis county police officers will be wearing body cameras

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis County is about to become the largest police department in Missouri to equip all of its officers with body cameras. The County Council approved $5 million for the cameras and unlimited data storage space on July 2. Funding for the five-year contract comes from a half-cent sales tax increase for public safety that voters approved in November 2017.

  • Bommarito Soccer Prep Zone Game of the Week: Ft. Zumwalt East vs Ft. Zumwalt North

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Bommarito Soccer Prep Zone Game of the Week: Ft. Zumwalt East vs Ft. Zumwalt North.

  • The scary scams involving Halloween costumes and decorations

    ST. LOUIS –  Shoppers should rely on trusted merchants and check unfamiliar stores or websites. The Better Business Bureau received 88 complaints last year, and received 49 complaints so far in 2019, about masquerade costume businesses, which include Halloween stores and websites. Many complaints involve orders that never arrived or were missing items. For more information, visit bbb.org 

  • Rachael Ray visits St. Louis to meet with fans during book tour

    ST. LOUIS – There’s little doubt that Rachael Ray is one of the most popular and beloved chefs on the planet. Her hit television show is on Fox 2 weekdays at 10 a.m. morning, her business is booming, and now she has a new cookbook out. Rachael has come to St. Louis on a book tour for ‘Rachal Ray 50,’ her newest cookbook.  It is currently the top-selling book on Amazon. After stopping by FOX 2’s kitchen, Rachael headed to […]

  • Macy’s two day bra fitting event in honor of breast cancer awareness month

    ST. LOUIS –  With colder temperatures approaching its essential to make sure your shape wear is fitting. Nancy Balkenbusch a consultant with Wacoal talks about the shapewear beneath homecoming, wedding and fall attire. Wacoal’s “Fit for the Cure” program will donate $2 to Susan G. Komen for breast cancer research and community health programs. Wacoal will also donate an additional $2 for every Wacoal bra, shapewear piece or b.tempt`d bra purchased at their two-day event. For more information visit www.FitForTheCure.com 

  • Lane closure reported on westbound I-64 between Hampton, Kingshighway

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Work crews with the Missouri Department of Transportation have closed the left lane and shoulder and on westbound Interstate 64 between Kingshighway and Hampton because a section under the road is washed out. Check the latest road conditions here: FOX2Now.com/Traffic

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