Windsor Harbor Road Bridge: a historic iron span in Kimmswick, MissouriCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Stonebrook in Missouri: a family's legacy with Stonebrook Forest defines conservation effortsCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Coffee havens in St. Louis: four must-visit spotsCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
The Ralph Waldo Emerson School building in St. Louis, Missouri still serves a purposeCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Lovely historic Stone Row in St. Charles, MissouriCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Ferguson house fire that killed mom, 4 kids was murder-suicide, police say
FERGUSON, Mo. — A Ferguson house fire that killed a family of five earlier this week was a murder-suicide, according to St. Louis County police. The fire happened early Monday morning at a home on the 500 block of North Clay Avenue. Bernadine “Birdie” Pruessner, 39, was found dead...
Check These 5 Worst Neighborhoods in St Louis to Live in 2024
Choosing the right neighborhood is crucial when finding the perfect place to live. St. Louis boasts numerous communities, each with its unique charm and appeal. Nevertheless, not all neighborhoods are idyllic. Let’s explore the less safe neighborhoods in St. Louis, focusing on the top 5 areas with safety and quality of life concerns.
‘Basketball Wives’ star Brittish Williams in custody of U.S. Marshals after not showing up to prison
U.S. Marshals took a former St. Louis area reality TV cast member into custody on Tuesday after she failed to surrender herself to federal prison to begin her sentence.
St. Louis Man Died Because Ambulance Idled, Lawsuit Says
The ambulance carrying Rodney LaRue to Barnes-Jewish Hospital stopped for 30 minutes after being hit by a rock
Tech company to shutter St. Louis-area facility, lay off staff
O'FALLON, Mo. — Ingram Micro Inc., a provider of information technology products and services, is shuttering a St. Louis-area facility and laying off the workers there. The California-based company is permanently closing its entire operation at 6705 Keaton Corporate Parkway in O'Fallon, Missouri, on or before June 28, according to a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act notice filed Wednesday with the state of Missouri.
Richardson gets only fine for high-speed chase through county
Remaining charges dropped in plea bargain for St. Louis man. A St. Louis man who fled from local law enforcement because he was driving with a suspended license was sentenced to time served and a $500 fine after pleading guilty to resisting arrest and driving with a suspended license. Kevin...
AT&T experiences nationwide service outage Thursday
Service provider AT&T is experiencing a massive service outage. Issues started in the St. Louis area a little after 3 a.m. Thursday.
USPIS offering up to $100K for information on St. Louis postal facility burglary
ST. LOUIS — The United States Postal Inspection Service is offering a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the people involved in the burglary of a St. Louis postal facility. According to a reward bulletin from the United States Postal Inspection...
Charges filed in first homicide of 2024 in St. Louis
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (First Alert 4) - A federal informant, who was also allegedly robbed at gunpoint by the same man, helped lead St. Louis Police to a suspect now charged in the first homicide of 2024 in the city. St. Louis prosecutors on Thursday charged 27-year-old Lavell Nunley with...
Coffee havens in St. Louis: four must-visit spots
The Mud House isn't to be confused with mudhouse in Springfield or Ozark, Missouri. This Mudd House is located in St. Louis. Visit Mud House's website and straight away, you're made to feel welcome.
Man who carjacked pizza delivery driver sentenced
A Belleville, Illinois, man appeared in federal court on Thursday and was sentenced for a 2022 carjacking in which he led police on a bi-state pursuit.
‘So many final straws;’ Due to bad drivers, proposal would allow police to boot cars after reckless driving
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (First Alert 4) - Bad driving continues to be an issue in the City of St. Louis, leading to pedestrian and passenger deaths, and leading calls for the city to provide more solutions. One St. Louis City alderwoman has proposed a plan to help curb the issue....
1 dead after standoff in West Alton
WEST ALTON, Mo. (First Alert 4) - A standoff in West Alton has ended. First Alert 4 crews on the scene heard police ram a vehicle and then a shot being fired around 11 a.m. Thursday. One person inside the rammed vehicle was pronounced dead. It is currently unknown who fired the shot.
Suspect shot, killed Wednesday during Central West End break-in
ST. LOUIS — A suspect was shot and killed early Wednesday morning during a break-in at a Masonic lodge in the Central West End. According to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, the break-in happened just before 4 a.m. at Tuscan Lodge No. 360 A.F. & A.M., located at 5015 Westminster Place, blocks away from Forest Park. In 1975, the building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Schnucks’ celebrating 4th annual ‘Supermarket Employee Day’ today
Schnucks' is celebrating its 4th annual 'Supermarket Employee Day' Thursday by giving to its 12,000 workers.
Check out this St. Louis store where you pay absolutely nothing
SWAP STL is a store designed to help anyone tied to the Washington University community.
How St. Louis leaders are trying to crack down on crime
St. Louis leaders are trying to crack down on crime through community collaboration and a proposal preventing people from firing gunshots into the air.
Coffin at St. Louis City Hall Stands in for Army Vet Killed in No-Knock Raid
Don Clark Sr.’s family is still waiting for the city to make them whole
When will St. Louis have sunsets after 6 p.m.?
We are a little more than two weeks away from setting our clocks back for daylight saving time, but post-6 p.m. sunsets in the St. Louis area will occur a few days beforehand.
Smoke from Arkansas lingers into St. Louis
If you smelled smoke in the air late Wednesday night, it wasn't from a fire in St. Louis or even from Missouri.