Tyson Foods Caseyville to donate hundreds of pounds of free food to community, Saturday.
One Metro East woman went to a food drive at Tyson's Caseyville location on Saturday and waited hours just to get food that was months past its expiration date - but the company says it's safe to eat.
The decision for masking stands Thursday across the Francis Howell School District. Pre-K through 6th grade students and teachers are required to wear masks, while those 7th grade and up are highly recommended to wear them.
For nearly the last five years, neighbors on the 4400 block of South Spring Street in Dutchtown have been dealing with cars being hit, mirrors broken, vehicles totaled, and more. All because of speeding drivers.
Minimum security locks at a maximum security jail. It's new information News 4 has learned Tuesday regarding the locks at the downtown City Justice Center (CJC).
Violence that downtown St. Louis continues to experience is becoming threatening to the city's bottom line. An alderman tells News 4, major companies are threatening to move out of downtown if things don't change.
Mayor Tishaura Jones says she's looking to add more diversity to the city's police department, while residents and other city leaders say they just want someone who's qualified and will make a change.
The Navy is now reporting that the helicopter was making a landing on the Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier when the aircraft's rotor hit the deck before falling off the side of the ship. One of the five sailors who didn't make it was Parkway North High School graduate Bailey Tucker.
News 4 is learning Missourians are being hospitalized for taking a livestock drug to prevent, and in some cases cure, COVID-19.
National data shows Ivermectin cases are rising, with doctors seeing Ivermectin toxicity in patients in rural hospitals across Missouri.