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  • Arthur Shiver: Finding the proper fuel for your body

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Fitness expert Arthur Shivers from Generation 3 Fitness talks about how to find the right fuel for your body. He also discusses portion control, how to avoid over eating and maintain healthy habits. For more information, visit

  • Three separate shooting incidents leave 4 injured

    ST. LOUIS – The separate shootings on Saturday have left 3 men and 1 woman injured. The first incident took place a little before 2:30 p.m. on Saturday in the 4100 block of Natural Bridge. A victim was traveling in the 4100 block of Natural Bridge and heard gunshots from an unknown vehicle. The victim sustained lacerations from broken glass to his neck and went to an area hospital. The second shooting occurred on Saturday, a little after 9:00 p.m. […]

  • Celebrate National Julia Child Day at local Clayton restaurant

    CLAYTON, Mo. – Jimmy Fiala, owner of The Crossing, talks about National Julia Child Day and the influence she had on French cooking. The Crossing 7823 Forsyth Blvd. Clayton, MO 63105 314.721.7375  

  • Starting a small business in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – FranNet is North America’s most respected leader in matching individuals with franchise ownership opportunities. Founded in 1987, FranNet has more than 100 experienced consultants across the United States, Canada and Germany. Chris Coleman, FranNet consultant, talks about current trends in the St. Louis small business community and some tips for aspiring business owners to consider before taking the big leap.

  • Moore Food: Low carb pizza crust

    ST. LOUIS – Chef Georgios Kastanias from Moore Food Distributors joins us with a special guest to talk about low carb pizza crust options. For more information, visit or call (314) 426-1300.

  • The Thread – The Complete Game

    (Ed. note: This is an encore presentation of a previous episode of The Thread.) ST. LOUIS – The Spartan Race is coming to Busch Stadium this summer: more than three miles with more than 20 obstacles. Does Tim have what it takes to complete the challenge? He’s training for the big race at Busch Stadium and taking some inspiration from a group of young people who know a thing or two about completing the game, as they’ve written a song about […]

  • Concussion insurance available for some high school athletes in Missouri, Illinois

    ST. LOUIS – As the school years starts, preparation for fall sports begins in earnest for student-athletes. And this year, some players will be able to purchase concussion insurance. The program is offered through Headstrong Concussion Insurance. According to its website, the Illinois and Missouri State High School Activities Association is offering it on a per-school basis. It’s also being offered now to some athletes in Iowa. The program is a secondary insurance plan with a zero deductible and no […]

  • Police search for suspects in SIUE car break-in

    EDWARDSVILLE, IL – Police at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville are looking for two suspects they believe are responsible for a car break-in on campus. The burglary happened on Wednesday, August 8, 2018. A credit card was taken and later used to make several purchases. Call SIUE Police at 618-650-3324 if you have any information about the identity of the suspects.

  • Highland police officer named STL region’s ‘hottest cop’

    HIGHLAND, Ill. – An officer in Highland, Illinois was recently voted hottest cop in the St. Louis metro area. The contest was hosted by the Bud and Broadway on New Country 92.3. The radio personalities said they were inspired to start their Hottest Cop Contest after a St. Louis County police officer’s seat belt safety photo went viral on Facebook. Officer Rob Horner’s wife, Jennifer, heard the call for submissions and nominated her husband for the contest. Horner received 1,430 […]

  • Kurt Warner would 100% support teammates kneeling for national anthem

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Former Rams quarterback Kurt Waner tells TMZ that he would support his teammates who choose to kneel during the national anthem.  But, he says that he would never kneel during the anthem. “This has been about social injustice, social equality and that’s what they’re standing up for and, I don’t care if you’re my teammate or not, I’m always gonna stand up and believe for that,” said Kurt Warner. Warner says that he understands that the […]

  • Online petition asks UPS to add air conditioning to delivery trucks

    ST. LOUIS –  A UPS driver’s health scare is prompting a push to equip all delivery trucks with air conditioning. The online petition is gaining traction. It was started by a New Jersey nurse who says her husband’s kidneys began failing when he suffered heatstroke while driving his UPS truck. She says the temperatures inside can climb to 180 degrees during the summer. Heatstroke sets in when the body gets so hot that it stops sweating. At 10 degrees above normal […]

  • St. Louis Metropolitan Police Dept. answers lip sync challenge

    ST. LOUIS – The men and women from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department answered the challenge of the Norfolk Police Department with its own lip sync battle video! The department released the video just after 7 p.m. Thursday with the following message: The Wait Is Over! The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department was challenged by the Norfolk Police Department to a lip sync battle. Officers and civilians donated their time off-duty to make this video a huge success. We’ve […]