Companies are slowly bringing workers back into their offices after so many worked remotely during the pandemic.
News 4 Reporter
Russell Kinsaul is a general assignment reporter for News 4 St. Louis
The St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force held one of its final regular weekly briefings on Wednesday as COVID hospitalizations dropped below 100 for the first time since March 2020.
"Barry Light always seems to see the good and positive in every person in every situation he was in."
The shelter in place order for hundreds of residents in Wood River expired Friday morning. But a second one was issued for a different area after a plume of sulfuric acid vapors caused a brief scare.
The Memorial Day holiday weekend was the first time the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department's (SLMPD) new "Summer Cruising Detail" and "Summer Violence Detail" were fully deployed to combat cruising and violent crime downtown, including on Washington Avenue.
Drug overdose deaths surged during the pandemic. According to the Centers For Disease Control, 87,000 people died from a drug overdose during a 12-month period, ending in September of 2020. And the opioid epidemic has now become the fentanyl epidemic.
Police in Lake St. Louis confirm are investigating a sign that was posted in the drive-thru lane of a Popeyes restaurant near Highway N and Highway 64/40.
A funeral was held Monday at Schrader Funeral Home in Ballwin for Dr. Sergei Zacharev.
The most recent count of COVID-19 cases in Franklin County saw increases in two categories. The 14-day rolling average number of new cases a day rose from 3.57 to 7 cases a day and the rolling average number of cases for a 10-day period jumped from 44 to 85 last week.