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New hotel opens in historic downtown St. Louis building
Updated: 2 hours ago
A new hotel opened in downtown St. Louis - giving hope to the industry after the pandemic.
NAACP requests meeting with St. Louis City, County police over pursuit policies
Updated: 13 hours ago
The St. Louis City and County chapters of the NAACP held a press conference Thursday asking to meet with the city and county police departments over pursuit policies.
Former ALDI executive and local contractor indicted for fraud
Updated: 17 hours ago
A former Aldi executive and a local general contractor were indicted for federal fraud offenses relating to the construction of Aldi grocery stores in Southern Illinois and Missouri.
Severe storms unleash tornado, flash flooding across St. Louis area
Updated: 18 hours ago
Power outages, crashes and wind damage as storms rip through the St. Louis metro.
Police arrest 18-year-old in connection with crash that killed 5 in St. Louis
Updated: 19 hours ago
he St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department arrested 18-year-old Marshawn Stepney of Ashland in connection to a crash that left five family members dead on May 6.
Meth dealer sentenced 9 years in prison
Updated: 21 hours ago
A St. Louis county drug dealer will serve time in prison after being caught multiple times with drugs and guns.
St. Louis moms participate in vaccine clinical trial to protect babies from RSV
Updated: May. 18, 2022 at 11:51 PM CDT
Each year, Respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, sends thousands of children to the hospital. It’s especially dangerous for children under six months old. But a new vaccine given to pregnant women could protect their newborns.
Local construction companies deal with delays and shortages amid pandemic fallout
Updated: May. 18, 2022 at 10:16 PM CDT
Worksites around the region are bustling with activity as the busy summer construction season kicks into gear.
First pediatric COVID death recorded in Jefferson County
Updated: May. 18, 2022 at 10:01 PM CDT
The Jefferson County Health Department announced Wednesday the first COVID death of a person under 10 years old.
MO Baseball team donates money to child needing kidney
Updated: May. 18, 2022 at 7:28 PM CDT
A Missouri kindergarten student is one step closer to getting a new kidney thanks to a baseball team pitching in.