A woman learned her stolen car was used in a homicide.
News 4 Reporter
Three teenagers from the St. Louis area who are living with diabetes will join more than 160 kids from across the country for the JDRF Children’s Congress.
11-year old Ashlyn Setzer and her 10-year old cousin, Aliya Gonzalez, set up a lemonade stand on Boca Chica Drive, south of Fenton on Wednesday.
The Metro Trans Umbrella Group (MTUG) has decided not to participate in Sunday’s Pridefest parade. The group had been named Grand Marshal but changed its mind about being in the parade after a decision to allow uniformed police officers to march.
The Festus R-6 School District is trying to determine how parents who went online to check their child’s report card on Monday were able to see the report cards for all 871 students at Festus High School.
Swarms of baby spiders were reported floating through the air and landing on cars and other objects in the Metro East on Tuesday.
Stores selling St. Louis Blues clothing have been filled with customers wanting to buy Blues Stanley Cup Champions shirts to wear to Saturday’s parade. But the shirts have been periodically selling out till the stores can resupply.