Indefinite Steelmaking Shutdown in Illinois Hits Thousand Staff, Sparks CriticismAsh JurbergNewsBreak Contributor
Mass Layoff: U.S Steel Announces a Massive Layoff at an Illinois Steel PlantThat's interestingNewsBreak Contributor
Historic Hotel Jefferson's ballroom has the same name as the haunted ballroom in The ShiningCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
The historic Jewel Box of Missouri: a remarkable greenhouse designed by William C. E. Becker in 1934CJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Illinois City has the Most Haunted Places to See Paranormal Activity in AmericaOnlyinyourcityNewsBreak Contributor
Suspects flee after robbing south St. Louis 7-Eleven overnight
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - Two suspects are on the run after police say they robbed a 7-Eleven in south St. Louis early Wednesday morning. According to St. Louis Metropolitan Police, two suspects entered the 7-Eleven at 4948 Christy Blvd. and displayed handguns, announcing that a robbery was taking place. The store clerk was then told to open the register. Cash, as well as cigarettes and lottery tickets, were taken from the store.
Investigation Underway After South City Shooting at Quiktrip Leaves One Injured
Discover the details of a shocking overnight shooting in South St Louis. Three individuals sought help at a local Quick Trip after their truck was fired upon. With one person injured and many questions unanswered, police are investigating the incident.
Cardinal Raymond Burke stripped of Vatican apartment, salary
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - Cardinal Raymond Burke, a former archbishop of St. Louis, is facing new punishments from Pope Francis. The Pope is revoking Burke’s right to a Vatican apartment and salary as a retired cardinal. Pope Francis said Burke has been a source of quote “disunity” in...
St. Louis apartment residents say thieves repeatedly targeting neighborhood
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - If there’s a lesson Kimberly Clark has learned in the last few years, it’s to keep as little as possible in her car. Clark lives in the Visitation Park neighborhood, where she and other residents have complained about what seems to be an endless stream of car break-ins.
Cinder House restaurant at Four Seasons to shutter
ST. LOUIS — The Four Seasons Hotel in downtown St. Louis announced Wednesday that Gerard Craft's Cinder House restaurant will close for good in January after a five-year partnership. Officials said the contract for Cinder House will expire Jan. 8. "Gerard Craft is an amazing talent and huge champion...
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Puppies Up for Adoption in saint louis, MO
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around saint louis.
High-Speed Chase Leads to Major Drug Bust on Interstate 64
On November 27, during a routine traffic patrol on Interstate 64, Trooper Hadley's attention was drawn to a white Dodge Charger speeding at 88 mph near mile-marker 9. The vehicle's occupants, identified as Demertria J. Gray, 33, and Shawnunique D. Phillips, 34, both from St. Louis, MO, were soon to face more than a speeding ticket. Trooper Hadley's sharp instincts led to the detection of a cannabis scent emanating from the vehicle, prompting a thorough search.
A St. Louis cop says he’s too sick to testify. Now murder cases are crumbling
ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Prosecutors routinely find ways to get key detectives to testify in criminal trials, even when they are retired, sick or otherwise reluctant. Some fly retirees in from Florida or other retirement locales […] The post A St. Louis cop says he’s too sick to testify. Now murder cases are crumbling appeared first on Missouri Independent.
2 people shot in North City Tuesday afternoon
ST. LOUIS (KMOV) – Two people were shot in north St. Louis Tuesday afternoon. St. Louis police said a man was found shot multiple times in the 5600 block of Dr. Martin Luther King just before 3 p.m. Shortly after, officers found a second person shot in the hand.
POLICE: St. Louis Co. man sold fentanyl that killed twin brothers
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - A man from St. Louis County has been arrested Wednesday on an indictment accusing him of selling fentanyl that killed the buyer and his twin brother. Jesse Charleston, 33, of Florissant, was indicted by a grand jury on November 15 with three felonies: the distribution of fentanyl resulting in death, the distribution of fentanyl and possession of fentanyl with the intent to distribute. He pleaded not guilty Wednesday.
Missouri sees 500% increase in fentanyl-related child deaths since 2020
The Missouri Child Fatality Review Program report came out, and Missouri had an increase in fentanyl-related deaths and sleep-related infant suffocation in 2022.
Rising Property Crimes in St. Louis Neighborhood: Residents Plead for Action
St. Louis apartment residents are voicing their concerns over repeated thefts in their neighborhood. With property crimes reaching levels unseen since 2016, residents are resorting to security cameras and other measures to protect their homes and vehicles. The issue is not isolated to St. Louis, but is a growing problem nationwide.
1 dead after fiery crash in north St. Louis
ST. LOUIS — A single-vehicle crash left a man dead Monday afternoon in north St. Louis. According to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, the crash happened at about 5:20 p.m. Monday at the intersection of Hall Street and Adelaide Avenue, at the city's North Riverfront. The St. Louis...
Residents in a north St. Louis neighborhood say they're 'fed up' with illegal dumping
ST. LOUIS — People in a north St. Louis neighborhood want illegal dumping to stop. Couches, tires and trash bags full of junk are littering the streets in Walnut Park East. Residents in the area say it's an every day thing to see the junk. Julia Hamell works in the area and she said driving past it each day makes her want the city to do more about the eyesore.
St. Louis Morning News: Pedestrian Fatality in Jefferson County Crash and Weather Updates
Catch the latest St. Louis news update for November 29 at 6 a.m. The broadcast covers a range of topics including an unexpected warm weather forecast, traffic updates, and a tragic pedestrian accident in Jefferson County. Tune in for these stories and more.
Police release photos of 'persons of interest' in deadly Thanksgiving Day shooting of teen in Cahokia Heights
Police say 16-year-old Markel Staples, the front-seat passenger, died after being shot in the head. A 17-year-old was also shot and injured.
Street corner remains littered with debris from car crash two weeks later
After a frightening car crash near a St. Louis school more than two weeks ago, car parts, broken glass, and a damaged fire hydrant remain on the street and sidewalk at Nebraska Avenue and Winnebago Street. Residents want something done before someone else gets hurt.
Cortex getting $7 million to train Missouri’s tech workforce
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - St. Louis-based Cortex will receive $7 million from Missouri to train the state’s tech workforce. Cortex will partner with the Show-Me state and others to create the Missouri Tech First Program to train and hire workers for general IT, cyber security and coding. Cortex...
Here's where to get 40¢ off each gallon of gas Thursday
ST. LOUIS — More than 20 Circle K gas stations in the St. Louis area are offering customers a break on gas prices Thursday. It's part of a "Thank you" fuel day from Circle K to the people of Missouri, Illinois and Iowa. Participating Circle K gas stations, which...
St. Louis Police Investigate Possible Connected Armed Robberies
• St. Louis police are investigating a series of armed robberies that occurred over the weekend. • Some of the robberies may be connected. • Two of the robberies took place in the Central West End, within blocks of each other and about 40 minutes apart.