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ISP looking to add 300+ troopers statewide, in the Metro East
Updated: 7 hours ago
The Illinois State Police (ISP) is looking to recruit at least 300 new troopers
No end in sight to the worker shortage
Updated: 9 hours ago
Three of the major contributors to the worker shortage are a spike in retirements, fewer mothers of school-aged children are working and there’s been a slowdown in immigration.
St. Louis City
‘It starts at home’: Plagued with crime, poverty and unemployment, North City residents weigh in on neighborhood demise
Updated: 10 hours ago
A drive through the city’s northside can often appear like that of a third-world country, as vacant buildings, trash and people in despair can be found on nearly every corner
Washington, Missouri’s Art Fair & Winefest is this weekend
Updated: 11 hours ago
A unique festival will take place in Washington, Missouri this weekend.
Meet Amana! Our Pet of the Week
Updated: 12 hours ago
Amana is KMOV’s Pet of the Week.
Robin Ransom becomes first Black woman sworn in Missouri’s Supreme Court
Updated: 13 hours ago
For the first time ever, a Black woman is serving on the state’s highest court.
First Greater St. Louis Honor Flight of the year lifts off from Lambert Airport
Updated: 14 hours ago
Early Tuesday morning, about 60 St. Louis area veterans gathered at Lambert Airport for the first Greater St. Louis Honor Flight of the year.
Cardinals tickets on sale for $6 and $16
Updated: 16 hours ago
The Cardinals and The Goddard School are teaming up to offer a discount on tickets for upcoming games.
‘We can go back and correct something’: Prosecutor admits physical evidence wrong in Politte conviction
Updated: 17 hours ago
Michael Politte has always sworn he’s innocent and was recently freed on parole due to new sentencing guidelines.
Missouri prosecutor seeks to vacate man’s conviction in mom’s death
Updated: 17 hours ago
The Associated Press
A Missouri prosecutor is seeking to vacate the conviction of a man who spent nearly two decades behind bars for the 1998 death of his mother — a crime he and others insist he did not commit.