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  • New renderings of proposed stadium released by task force

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI) – The task force in charge of keeping professional football in St. Louis has released it’s latest video renderings of the proposed stadium they plan on building near the riverfront.  The new renderings in the video are what David Peacock and Bob Blitz, the two men who make up the task force, presented to the NFL in New York on Wednesday. The new renderings show the stadium at different times of the day, different angles, they […]

  • Darren Wilson supporter appears at Mike Brown press conference

    CLAYTON, MO. (KTVI) – An apparent Darren Wilson supporter was removed from the press conference concerning the lawsuit filed by the family of Ferguson teenager Michael Brown. The lawsuit, which was filed this morning, accuses the city of Ferguson of wrong death of Brown, who was fatally shot by Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson. During the press conference, a woman held up a lime green cardboard sign. It is unclear at this point what was written on the sign. Police […]

  • Police officially release name of Webster Groves female fire victim

    WEBSTER GROVES, MO. (KTVI) – A female victim of a fire in Webster Groves has been identified. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Webster Groves Police Lt. Andy Miller identified the woman as Anne Tkach, thanks to dental records. Tkach, 48, died in the Webster Groves house fire on April 9. She was with her father, Peter Tkach, 79, who was injured in the fire. While her funeral was last Saturday, this is the first time police have released her […]

  • Fox Files: Missouri man faces life for marijuana use

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS(KTVI) – Can you really get life in prison for marijuana? A convict in Jefferson City faces a life sentence after being convicted as a “persistent drug offender.” Jeff Mizanskey’s already served 20 years in prison but none of his crimes have been violent. A freshman Republican from Chesterfield is lobbying to set Mizanskey free. A letter, already signed by more than 100 Missouri representatives and state senators, is about to hit the desk of Governor Jay Nixon. Find […]

  • Life sentence for pot? Missouri man serving lengthy term for marijuana

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) – Missouri and marijuana are not on good terms. A man faces a life sentence after being convicted as a persistent drug offender. More than 100 legislators are now asking Missouri’s Governor to set him free.  In the state, possession of more than 35 grams of marijuana is considered a felony and punishable by a $5,000 fine and seven years in prison. Jeff Mizanskey is the only man in Missouri that is serving a prison sentence […]

  • Peterson’s suspension ends after NFL reinstatement

    NEW YORK, NY. (KTVI) – After months of being in limbo, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is clear to return to active status once more. According to USA Today, the NFL reinstated Peterson after the running back served a suspension over child abuse charges. In early September, Peterson was indicted for reckless or negligent injury to a child. Peterson was accused of beating his then-4 year-old son with a switch. According to the New York Post, Peterson pleaded no-contest […]

  • Advisory issued by police for young, pregnant teen

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) – The St. Louis County Police Department have issued an Endangered Missing Person Advisory. The police issued this advisory after a missing person incident occurred at 4854 Pine Needle Trail around 7:30 p.m. on April 15. The missing person is Dashay Miller-Burkett, a 16-year old African-American female. She is 5’5″ and 130 pounds. Her hair is black, eyes brown and was last seen wearing a black top and leggings with pink, black and blue colors on […]

  • SLU professor threatens lawsuit concerning finance of new stadium

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI) –  If any tax money is used to help finance the proposed riverfront stadium without a public vote, a lawsuit will be filed against the city of St. Louis, according to the Post-Dispatch. The threat of a lawsuit came byway of a letter written by John Ammann, a Saint Louis University law professor on behalf of St. Louis resident Kevin White. A few SLU students are also helping Ammann represent White. In the letter, Ammann writes […]

  • U.S., New Zealand women face-off at Busch Stadium Saturday

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Before the St. Louis Cardinals take to the diamond, the ladies will take the soccer pitch as the U.S. Women’s National Team takes on New Zealand Saturday at Busch Stadium at 3 p.m. This exhibition game will give U.S. coach Jill Ellis  a chance to determine a final Women’s World Cup roster. That tournament starts in June and two more cuts will need to be made before finalizing a 23-woman roster. St. Louis fans will […]

  • NFL to have full-time female referee for 2015 season

    NEW YORK (KTVI) – According to USA Today, the NFL has officially hired their first full-time female referee for the 2015 season. While Sarah Thomas may be the first full-time hire by the league, she has been around the reffing game before both in the NFL and college ranks. According to the Baltimore Sun, she got her start in 2007 and in 2009, started reffing major college teams. In 2012, she was hired as a replacement ref during the officiating […]

  • Convict caught by police days after escaping from jail

    CHICAGO, IL (KTVI) – An escaped convict is back in police custody. Kamron Taylor, who was convicted in February for a 2013 murder, had escaped from jail earlier this week. According to WGN TV, he was captured days later after police responded to a suspicious person call at 9:00 p.m. Friday night. After a brief pursuit, police captured Taylor with a loaded handgun on his person. Taylor, 23, told police his name was “Smith.” According to the Chicago Tribune, Kamron […]

  • Fisher: Rams could draft a quarterback

    ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI) – Last month, the St. Louis Rams and the Philadelphia Eagles swapped their franchise quarterbacks, Sam Bradford and Nick Foles. Shortly thereafter, the Rams brought back Austin Davis and traded for Case Keenum. Despite having three quarterbacks on the roster, head coach Jeff Fisher said the Rams might come out of the 2015 NFL Draft with another quarterback, according to ESPN. “As we’ve said, we could potentially draft one,” Fisher told ESPN. “No, the Nick (Foles) […]

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