Wildwood House: a 166-Year-Old Ferguson, Missouri landmarkCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
On the National Register of Historic Places: Dr. Herman S. Dreer House in St. LouisCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Did anyone say beer? The historic Centennial Malt House building will hopefully be repurposed againCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Burger King Swiftly Shutters Macon Location Following 53 Other Closures Across the CountryHerbie J PilatoNewsBreak Contributor
Exploring the William Buehler House built in 1896 in the City of St. LouisCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Man charged following shootout with St. Louis County police
An Affton, Missouri, man was charged Thursday after getting into a shootout with St. Louis County police officers the night prior.
Police chase ends in Dupo, Illinois area, I-255 NB shutdown
Columbia Police apprehended a man on Interstate 255 Friday morning after a long-distance pursuit.
St. Louis County PD searching for inmate who walked away from hospital
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — Law enforcement searched on Thursday for a prisoner who walked away from a South St. Louis County hospital. Tommy Boyd, 45, was caught on surveillance video leaving Mercy Hospital South at 4:30 a.m. Boyd was serving a 30-year sentence at Potosi Correctional Center for...
St. Louis County man sentenced to 15 years in prison for selling fake pain pills containing fentanyl
U.S. District Judge John A. Ross on Thursday sentenced a man to 15 years in prison for selling the fake prescription pain pills containing fentanyl that killed a St. Charles County man last year. Andrew Kendall Edwards, 27, of St. Louis County, pleaded guilty in May to one count of...
Four hurt in Cedar Hill crash
Four people were injured Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 19, in a three-vehicle crash at Hwy. 30 and Local Hillsboro Road just north of Cedar Hill, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported. At 3 p.m., two drivers were stopped at a red light – Carmen M. Schmidt, 18, of Cedar Hill in...
OUTDOORS: State begins weekly fall color updates
Whether or not the weather agrees, the first day of autumn arrives this weekend. The signs of summer slipping away are making themselves obvious with each passing sunrise and sunset. The spinning of planet Earth and its revolving around the sun are the most constant factors in the change of...
De Soto man arrested following crash that left De Soto woman hurt
A 50-year-old De Soto man was arrested Monday, Sept. 18, for allegedly driving on a suspended license following a two-vehicle accident at Hwy. 110 and McMillen Road north of De Soto. A 40-year-old De Soto woman was hurt in the crash, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported. At 6 p.m.,...
St. Louis County man convicted in death of wife before divorce hearing
A jury has convicted a St. Louis County man in the death of his wife, which happened before a planned divorce hearing in 2021.
2023 Ferguson StreetFest kicking off today
The 2023 Ferguson StreetFest is kicking off Friday.
This Dramatic Kirkwood House Is a $1.8 Million Work of Art
This luxury home nestled in the woods along Sugar Creek in Kirkwood is a striking and unique work of art. The angled roof of the all-black exterior pokes out of the surrounding green trees gives the house a modern treehouse vibe on the outside … but the inside is completely unexpected.
Serial Killer Gary Muehlberg Probably Knows More than He's Saying
One year after being charged, the full truth about the St. Louis County man who terrorized local sex workers remains elusive
Woman Sues Six Flags St. Louis Over Log Flume Injury
Angela Cain says her neck got caught in a hanging noose of overgrown vines
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Pets Up for Adoption in Kirkwood , MO
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Kirkwood .
Work on Seckman Road near Mastodon site to start Sept. 25
Those who regularly drive around the Imperial area near the Mastodon State Historic Site are advised to find an alternate route for the next year or so while improvements are being made to Seckman Road. Jefferson County Public Works Director Jason Jonas said work should begin Sept. 25 on the...
Imperial woman dies from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning
Brandy Koenig, 41, of Imperial died Monday, Sept. 18, from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning at her home in the 2500 block of Lombard Lane, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office reported. A 10-year-old boy who also was in the home was transported to an area hospital as a precautionary measure,...
Detainee Death at Jefferson County Jail
(Hillsboro, MO) An investigation is underway into the death of a detainee at the Jefferson County Jail. In a press release from Sheriff Dave Marshak the detainee is identified as 41 year old Melissa Miles from Robertsville. Miles was being held at the jail for a probation violation out of Franklin County. Marshak says according to the initial investigation, Miles was housed by herself in a medical area and had returned earlier in the day Sunday, the 17th, of September, from a local hospital for medical related issues. A Corrections Officer found her unresponsive in her cell around 2:18 PM. Corrections staff immediately called EMS and started life saving measures. Miles was pronounced dead when EMS arrived. Her body was examined today by the Regional Medical Examiner’s Office, and there were no signs of assaultive trauma. While an official cause of death hasn’t been determined yet, investigators don’t suspect foul play. The investigation is ongoing.
21-year-old killed in crash at Brentwood Target
BRENTWOOD, Mo. – A 21-year-old woman died after crashing her vehicle against an exterior wall at the Brentwood Promenade Target early Wednesday morning. An employee contacted police around 5 a.m. after seeing a wrecked car on the north side of the store. Emergency responders arrived and declared the car’s...
County Council could show ‘a little human kindness’
Those who drive around Festus probably have seen a woman standing at Hwy. A and I-55 with a sign asking for “a little human kindness.”. Casey Kindt with the Jefferson County Homeless Coalition said she recently visited with the woman and learned a little about her. She’s a cancer survivor and lost her home when she was sick. She now lives in her car, along with the man who often stands on the opposite side of Hwy. A also asking for donations.
9 Mile Garden Is Hosting a 'Witches Night Out' in October
Friday the 13th just got a whole lot more fun
Cedar Hill man could face additional charges after law enforcement raid last week
(Cedar Hill, Dittmer) The joint law enforcement raid of a home in Dittmer last week could result in a known felon being locked up for some time. Several law enforcement agencies arrived at the home on Riverview Drive on September 11th and were looking for 49-year-old Michael Roberts. Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office Spokesman Grant Bissell says Roberts was facing several charges that were issued on September 7th.