St. Louis County man pleads guilty to federal gun crime
A man who admitted to tampering with a witness possessing information about a fatal hit-and-run in St. Louis pleaded guilty on Thursday to a federal gun charge. Martez D. Lindsey, 31, of St. Louis County, Missouri, pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm. As part of his plea, Lindsey acknowledged that during an investigation into a fatal hit-and-run, detectives conducted a court-sanctioned search of Lindsey’s apartment on April 25, 2023. In Lindsey’s bedroom, they discovered a stolen Taurus G3 pistol, 0.53 grams of cocaine base, 0.33 grams of methamphetamine, 1.14 grams of marijuana, a digital scale, and $1,370 in cash. Lindsey conceded that, as an individual convicted of multiple felonies, he was prohibited from possessing a firearm.
St. Louis forecast: A few showers overnight, much colder by Sunday
A cold front will move quickly through the region overnight Friday. Saturday is mostly dry and breezy. It's cold on Sunday.
'We are desperate': St. Louis charity owner hopes for a Christmas miracle for the children's sake
ST. LOUIS — There may be some children in the St. Louis area with no toys to open on Christmas morning. However, one local organization is asking for the public's help to allow each child to see a gift under their tree. The Buchanan Foundation Inc. is committed to...
Missouri Farm Bureau pushing for expansion of major St. Louis highway
Ben Travlos, who is Director of State and Local Legislative Affairs with the Missouri Farm Bureau, says after finding success in getting Jefferson City legislatures to expand Interstate 70, they now are setting their sights on Interstate 44.
Weekly Safety Report: Kidnapping, Vehicle Theft, and Murder Shake Florissant
In Florissant, Missouri, three incidents occurred this week that raised concerns about safety. A Department of Family Services worker was kidnapped at knifepoint by a woman, a tow company owner was charged with stealing vehicles, and a man was sentenced to life in prison for stabbing and killing his wife before a divorce hearing.
St. Louis man accused of nearly $600,000 pandemic fraud
A man from St. Louis, Missouri, has been accused in an indictment of fraudulently obtaining nearly $600,000 in pandemic relief loans. Shahron Vaulx, 39, was indicted Wednesday in U.S. District Court in St. Louis on six counts of bank fraud and two counts of wire fraud. He appeared in court on Thursday and pleaded not guilty.
Taste of Seoul: Top 3 Korean Restaurants in St
In this article, we'll be exploring three notable Korean restaurants in St. Louis. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? We'd love to hear your thoughts, so please feel free to leave your comments below!
Will St. Louis have a football team?
Here's the St. Louis Detroit Lions connection. Our region is looking for a home football presence.
Take me to church; the lotto player that won $1.3 million
A Missouri Lottery player who won $1.3 million was in such shock that he headed straight to church, where his wife was, to show her the new retirement money they just won.
5 On Your Sideline highlights
Here are 5 On Your Side's highlights. Each highlight is from the St. Louis area.
Deadline passes for expunging Missouri pot convictions, 100K cases wiped clean
Friday marks the deadline in Missouri for processing all non-violent marijuana-related misdemeanors and felonies.
Panda Express Employee Stabbed by Unhappy Customer in Richmond Heights
In this St. Louis news update, an unhappy customer stabs a Panda Express employee over a meal dispute in Richmond Heights. Meanwhile, three men face court for human trafficking charges in St. Charles County, and a woman is hospitalized after a car accident in Clayton.
Missouri City Named Among The Worst In The U.S. For Singles
WalletHub found the U.S. cities that are the best and worst for singles.
Mission St. Louis to hold events benefitting the community
Join Mission St. Louis in their impactful community events aimed at breaking the cycle of poverty. From legal help to home repair, they're making a difference. Tune in to learn more about their Affordable Christmas initiative, a dignified shopping experience for families in need, and how you can contribute.
Man Who Attempted Suicide in St. Louis Police Custody Has Died
DeJuan Cole had been on life support since making an attempt on his own life on November 29
USA Today ranks the Saint Louis Zoo’s holiday lights among the best
The Saint Louis Zoo has earned a spot in the top five of the USA Today Reader's Choice Zoo Lights Event List, underscoring its popularity and recognition as one of the premier zoo lights events in the country. An expert panel nominated the zoos, and readers cast their votes to determine which had the best holiday lights.
St. Louis All Local AM Podcast: Crime expert says most violent crime coming from small area
Violent crime in St. Louis less widespread says crime expert, Kirkwood police warn shoppers of pick-pockets and thieves, investigation into slow response to Carlinville funeral home complaint, food bank says demand up but donations down
Dangers linger at abandoned Workhouse jail, city mulls future plans
Last week, FOX 2 exposed dangers at the former St. Louis Medium Security Institution (MSI) Jail, also known as the Workhouse. The city's top public safety official now calls the issues there “eye-opening."
'Hancock and Kelley' Michael Kelley: Trump nominee insures Democratic victory
Hancock and Kelley join the TIAM crew to talk about how people are pointing out it sounds like Donald Trump wants to be a dictator, how the seats in Congress now look with Santos out and Gabe Gore announces running for St. Louis Circuit Attorney.
South St. Louis Man Transforms Front Lawn into Teddy Bear Christmas Wonderland for Locals
Experience the magic of Christmas in south St. Louis, where one resident's festive front lawn display not only showcases their love for the holiday season but also gives back to the local community. Step into a Teddy Bear Christmas land and feel the joy of the holidays being spread.