Historic O’Fallon mansion being renovated with new bar, restaurant and event spaceBelleville News-Democrat9 HOURS AGO
Historic home of Zebediah and Mary Wetzell in St. Louis CityCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Adam Wainwright retires with emotional day, including one last at-bat for Cardinals; and a new puppyRob Rains, STLSportsPage.comNewsBreak Contributor
The amazing historic and saved Bissell Street Water Tower in St. LouisCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
From a night out to a missing person's report -What happened to Kennedy Walton in St. Louis?Ada E.NewsBreak Contributor
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Historic O’Fallon mansion being renovated with new bar, restaurant and event space
“The grounds were overgrown, and the place was in shambles.”
Coal Mine Collapses Under Supermarket, Buckling Pavement in Parking Lot
A coal mine has collapsed above a metro station neighboring other businesses in Belleville, Illinois
Metro East police departments in line for federal funding to upgrade equipment
Three police departments in the Metro East area will be getting some federal funds to improve their operations. Alton, Belleville and Edwardsville each will receive money from the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Rep. Nikki Budzinski, D-Springfield, announced last week. First responders “put their lives on the line” daily, Budzinski...
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Kittens Up for Adoption in belleville, IL
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near belleville.
Body of deceased man discovered in U-Haul truck in south St. Louis #crime #stlouis
Discover the chilling details of a shocking discovery in south St. Louis. A lifeless body found in a U-Haul sparks a complex investigation. Unravel the mystery and delve into the heart of crime in this gripping report. #crime #stlouis.
Police: Man beats woman to death with hammer, then kills self in south St. Louis
ST. LOUIS — A woman and man are dead after a murder-suicide in south St. Louis Saturday afternoon. According to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, at about 3:20 p.m. Saturday, a witness went to a home in the 4800 block of Germania Avenue to check on the victim and the suspect after not hearing from them.
ISP Squad Car Struck Assisting Motorist In Granite City On I-270
– On September 30, 2023, at approximately 7:20 p.m., Illinois State Police (ISP) officials investigated a two-vehicle traffic crash involving an ISP Trooper’s squad car on Interstate 270 Eastbound, just west of the Missouri state line, Granite City, Madison County. On the above date and time, an ISP Troop...
1 dead Sunday night in south St. Louis crash
ST. LOUIS — A crash in St. Louis' Dutchtown neighborhood left one person dead Sunday night. According to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, the crash happened at about 9 p.m. Sunday at the intersection of Gravois and Bingham avenues. Police said a 2002 Ford Explorer was traveling north on Gravois when it crossed into the southbound lanes and struck a concrete wall. The SUV ricocheted off the wall, side-swiping a 2016 Chevrolet Equinox before hitting the wall again and flipping over.
U.S. Steel shutters Granite City Works furnace. Now the layoffs begin
"It’s what happens when you get your employer to treat you like they’re doing here.”
Monday's Weather First forecast: Summer-like temperatures
Get ready for a summer-like Monday in St. Louis! But don't put away your umbrella just yet. A cold front is on its way, expected to arrive Wednesday into Thursday, bringing with it a chance for rain and a significant seasonal shift.
Proposed class action alleges Granite City issues fines without proper notice of infractions
EDWARDSVILLE – A Granite City resident is suing the city for allegedly fining him $600 without proper notice over a broken-down vehicle parked on a public street. Plaintiff Kevin Link filed a class action lawsuit in the Madison County Circuit Court against the City of Granite City. According to...
Adam Wainwright promised his kids a puppy when he retired. Cardinals delivered on final day
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Adam Wainwright promised his children he would get a family dog when he retired from baseball. He didn’t have to. The St. Louis Cardinals presented the Wainwrights a Lagotto Romagnolo puppy during a 35-minute ceremony before the 42-year-old pitcher’s final game with the team on Sunday. Wainwright’s wife Jenny named the puppy Louie.
Roadwork in the Metro East: When will it be completed?
IDOT has been working on a very difficult patch of roadway in the Metro East for years. Repairs are difficult to complete because of heavy traffic.
How long will Ruler Foods in Belleville be closed? Here’s an update from the fire chief
“You can see some separation in the floor,” fire chief said.
Inmate at CJC passes away following medical emergency
Discover the tragic story of a St. Louis City Justice Center inmate who tragically lost their life following a medical emergency in their cell. The incident raises serious questions about the state of healthcare in correctional facilities. Watch to learn more.
Scientists find microplastics in a St. Louis cave that has been closed to the public for 30 years
Cliff Cave in St. Louis County has been mostly closed to human visitors for 30 years, in part to protect a resident population of endangered Indiana bats. Despite the relative absence of humans, St. Louis University researchers say they recently found microplastics in the cave. “We wanted to understand, if...
Emergency teams dispatched to scene of Metro Bus crash
Witness the immediate response of emergency crews to a crash involving a Metro bus early Monday morning. Tune in to this gripping coverage by St. Louis News: FOX 2, as they bring you the latest updates from the scene.
National Night Out happening in Edwardsville
The “National Night Out” movement is marking its 40th birthday this year. Police agencies have been holding events across the region and across the nation. Edwardsville’s will be on Tuesday, October 3 from 5:30 until 8:00 PM at city park on Buchanan Street. Edwardsville city spokesperson Cathy...
Concerns of short-term rental property owner regarding proposed regulations
Explore the concerns of a short-term rental property owner in St. Louis City, where over 4000 such rentals exist without any regulations. Discover the potential impact of proposed regulations on this thriving market in this insightful video.
Fatal Murder-Suicide in South City Involves Hammer Attack
A chilling murder-suicide in South St. Louis is under police investigation. The shocking incident involved a fatal hammer attack on a woman. Tune in for more details on this tragic event that has left the community in shock.