Schnucks Store Manager Armen Midzic has a wide range of responsibilities, from examining produce, checking in on staff, re-arranging stock, and now assisting a person suffering from a mental health crisis.
News 4′s First Alert Weather team gives us a detailed view of what you can expect for the rest of the winter months. Our team asks road crews about their latest strategies to keep streets safe, as well as how you can prepare your home and car for the elements.
Local police departments, looking to nab criminals, are turning more to technology. They’re putting their own cameras on street corners and in the sky, but they’re doing so in secret, which has some people questioning why there’s not more transparency on the technology, funded by your tax dollars.
A billion-dollar development project is promising to transform downtown St. Louis, the Mississippi riverfront, and the global construction industry. In an exclusive story with News 4, the development group shared new details, including what companies are expanding to St. Louis to be a part of the project.
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a burglary at a mobile home on Brookstone Drive in House Springs. The thieves ripped out the sheetrock walls and removed most of the electrical wiring.
The cold flu season is here and many people are taking preventative measures like getting vaccinated and boosted to protect their health. It’s also the time of the year when the Red Cross says it experiences a drop in life-saving blood donations.
The St. Louis Blues will have students and staff from Central Visual and Performing Arts High School and first responders in attendance Monday night for a pregame ceremonial puck drop weeks after someone killed a student and teacher at the school.
New action is underway in the effort to end a backlog of sexual assault test kits in Missouri. New funding will help clear the backlog, which sexual assault victim advocates say is a major step forward as some kits have sat in evidence rooms across the state for years.
A MoDOT supervisor who oversaw workers killed in a deadly work zone crash last November claims the department hadn’t required work zone training in nearly five years and that she didn’t know about key safety policies.
A standing room only crowd of close to 400 St. Charles residents crammed into the Memorial Hall in Blanchette Park to hear the EPA report on contaminants in the city of St. Charles’ water system, Thursday.