A driving campaign issue for the midterms is crime. It’s up across the country and has been since before the 2020 election. Tuesday, News 4′s asking Missouri’s Governor Mike Parson about his new plan to take on crime. We also talked to local business owners to see their needs and how crime is impacting the economy.
The St. Charles County Council will plan to use the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to add school resource officers (SROs) from the county police to elementary schools for the 2022-23 school year
It’s been nearly two decades since Christian Ferguson, a 9-year-old with special needs, vanished. Fast forward to 2022, his father Dawan Ferguson now stands trial inside a St. Louis County courtroom for his murder.
The U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has sparked a wave of phone calls from patients to their doctors. Questions are coming in about whether the ruling impacts contraception or other aspects of reproductive health
The Kirkwood couple sold out on day one. Fast forward to now, they have a booming business and are about to open a restaurant. Down the street, they took over the popular Tropical Moose Shaved Ice stand at the Kirkwood Farmer’s Market.
If you are looking for a place to watch the fireworks on the 4th of July, then give these locations a try. There are plenty of places in the St. Louis area that will hold a firework display on America’s birthday.
The 139th America’s Birthday Parade is just over a week away. News 4′s Damon Arnold has been highlighting what can be expected for the big day, including a performance from a group focused on building futures.
The lawyer for the ex-wife of Missouri U.S. Senate candidate Eric Greitens says the family has been subjected to “serious threats” in the days since Greitens released a violent campaign video in which he declares he’s hunting RINOs, or Republicans in Name Only.