Man dies from gunshot wounds in Ferguson Saturday

A man died Saturday after he was shot just before 11:00 a.m. at Ferguson Market and Liquor in the 9000 block of West Florissant Road.

Man dies from gunshot wounds in Ferguson Saturday

Perseid Meteor Viewing

Science behind the storm

Russia says it has COVID vaccine

Tree falls and kills woman

Garner responds to Gov. Parson's call for Missouri to prosecute St. Louis murders

Perseid meteor shower peaks tonight

Outschool offers live online classes with small groups

Ladue School District to start the year with all-virtual classes

Power in Missouri knocked out by powerful storms won’t be fully restored today, Ameren says

How seniors can remain in shape and active

More than 30,000 still without power around the region

Perseid meteor shower to peak starting Tuesday

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Perseid Meteor Viewing

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Science behind the storm

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Russia says it has COVID vaccine

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Tree falls and kills woman

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Garner responds to Gov. Parson's call for Missouri to prosecute St. Louis murders

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Perseid meteor shower peaks tonight

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Outschool offers live online classes with small groups

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Ladue School District to start the year with all-virtual classes

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Power in Missouri knocked out by powerful storms won’t be fully restored today, Ameren says

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How seniors can remain in shape and active

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More than 30,000 still without power around the region

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Perseid meteor shower to peak starting Tuesday

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Interviews

Outschool offers live online classes with small groups

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How seniors can remain in shape and active

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Tim’s Travels: First Vet Clinic in East St. Louis opens Tuesday

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Rethinking Retirement: Understanding the income gap in your retirement

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A termite inspection can save you thousands in potential home repair costs

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Tim's Travels: Bubba's Deli

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'Raise a Pint for Pets' to help raise money for local animal shelters

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Ameren helps customers pay off bill balances

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Tim's Travels: Cirque Italia visits St. Louis

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World Breastfeeding Week

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Tips to getting your kids back on a regular sleep schedule

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Tim's Travels: Clementine's Creamery celebrates National Root Beer Float Day

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Sports

Local Goalie gets special mask

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Cardinals and Tigers doubleheader postponed due to COVID

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Pirates-Cardinals three-game series postponed

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PGA Tour Champions reschedules Ascension Charity Classic for 2021

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Cards Shuffle Rotation, Flaherty moved back, Ponce De Leon starts Friday

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MSHSAA reverses decision allowing schools starting Fall semester virtually to participate in school activities

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Nonprofit partners with Fox Sports to provide sporting equipment to local kids

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Cards OK to return Home

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No fans for this year's Indianapolis 500

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Reaction to decision to keep fans away from Indy 500

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Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina tests positive for COVID-19; team releases names of other infected players

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FOX Files

Imperial woman tests negative for COVID; medical record diagnoses her as positive

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St. Louis County Animal Control admits mistakenly returning dogs to alleged abuser

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Special Presentation: Mental health and trauma in the Black community

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Mental health and trauma in the Black community and what you can do about it

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The pandemic is restricting the illegal drug pipeline. Here’s why it’s not all good news

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Two men—one of them a police officer—overdoses on fentanyl they thought was cocaine

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Tensions increasing in Missouri prisons – here’s why

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Collapsed retaining wall in Arnold drew concerns over cracking five years ago

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Judge orders release of circuit attorney’s communications during investigation of former governor

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Cancer survivor now fights second battle with people who say they can’t wear masks

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Cassie D’Arpino segment 1

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Cassie D’Arpino segment 2

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You Paid For It

Activist group steps down from Cure Violence board over Krewson administration decision to call in federal help to fight homicides in St Louis

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Supporters of Lambert Airport Privatization tries to recall their main critic on the Board of Aldermen

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St. Charles County Executive says mask mandates don't work as COVID-19 cases there are around 50 per day

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Neighbors pleading for help on a beautiful but violent north side street

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Will the $7 million Cure Violence program deliver on the promise to cut homicides 40 to 50 percent? You Paid For It

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St. Louis healthcare company doing COVID-19 testing confirms alarming new trend

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Jefferson County delays decision to implement wearing face mask

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Madison County Board passes resolution warning residents of security on the Metrolink, demands improvements.

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You Paid For It: Questions Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed over his push to privatize Lambert Airport

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St. Charles County officials say bars partly to blame for rise in COVID cases

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East St. Louis records 5 homicides in 5 days

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St. Louis homicides up 24-percent from a year ago, as alderwoman describes a war zone

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Tim's Travels

Tim’s Travels: First Vet Clinic in East St. Louis opens Tuesday

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Tim's Travels: Bubba's Deli

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Tim's Travels: Cirque Italia visits St. Louis

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Tim's Travels: Clementine's Creamery celebrates National Root Beer Float Day

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Tim’s Travels: Grants Farm Adventures

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Tim’s Travels: Express Employment Hosts Drive-Thru Job Interviews

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Tim’ Travels: Learn about your food’s journey from farm to table at St. Louis Science Center’s Grow Pavilion and Gallery

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Tim's Travels: Let the City Museum Rooftop in host your next private

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Tim's Travels: HealthWorks! Kids` Museum St. Louis now open after closing mid-March due to COVID concerns

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Tim's Travels: Plan Shop Live

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Tim's Travels: Eckert's sunflower maze

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Tim's Travels: Manhattan Antique Marketplace

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STL Moms

World Breastfeeding Week

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Coronavirus

Imperial woman tests negative for COVID; medical record diagnoses her as positive

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Ferguson-Florissant superintendent sees virtual learning as an opportunity for students

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McKendree University students make staggered return to campus ahead of classes begun

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St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force sees coronavirus data trending in the right direction, Krewson talks reopening rollbacks

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Mayor Krewson on zipcodes and chance of more restrictions

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Assaulting a worker who’s enforcing masks is now a felony under a new Illinois law

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After isolated outbreak, University City steps up effort to prevent COVID-19 transmission

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Pyromania 2020

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Oakville church installing “pew guards” to help prevent spread of COVID-19

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St. Clair County strip club shut down over coronavirus concerns

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White House concerned about Missouri's increase of COVID-19 cases

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Illinois offering free walk-up, drive-thru COVID-19 testing today

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National

The career of Kamala Harris

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Perseid Meteor Viewing

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Video of man riding on back of truck on I-25

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Video shows deputies pointing guns at teens in Santa Clarita

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Investigation underway after deputies accused of pointing guns at teens in Santa Clarita

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