From a night out to a missing person's report -What happened to Kennedy Walton in St. Louis?Ada E.NewsBreak Contributor
The historic Newbill-McElhiney House in St. Charles, Missouri houses an antique shopCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Belleville's Popular Grocery Store 'Goes Underground' Here's the Astonishing Reason Why!S.BrownNewsBreak Contributor
Wainwright prepares for concert, and hopefully another at-bat, during his final weekend celebrationRob Rains, STLSportsPage.comNewsBreak Contributor
Uncovering The Orpheum: a St. Louis theatre over 100 years oldCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Police Officer Shoots Man in South St. Louis After Alleged Threats to Family
Dive into an intense investigation following an officer-involved shooting in south St. Louis. The incident occurred on a Saturday morning, involving a person who allegedly threatened a family and opened fire. Stay updated with St. Louis News.
From a night out to a missing person's report -What happened to Kennedy Walton in St. Louis?
ST. LOUIS, MO - The tranquil city of St. Louis, Missouri, known for its vibrant culture and the iconic Gateway Arch, has been gripped by an enigmatic case of disappearance. Kennedy A. Walton, a 26-year-old resident of south St. Louis, remains missing, leaving the community and authorities baffled and concerned.
Group takes off with gun, puppy and more in St. Louis armed robbery
Police are searching for five suspects who took off with a gun, a puppy, and several other items in a south St. Louis armed robbery Friday afternoon.
Event-packed weekend in St. Louis follows new police staffing concerns
It's a busy weekend in St. Louis. Tens of thousands will visit the Gateway City this weekend for concerts, rivalry soccer and Adam Wainwright's final series as a Cardinal.
3rd Man Dies in 6 Weeks at Troubled St. Louis Jail
Juwon Carter had been held at the City Justice Center for 16 months awaiting trial
Government shutdown avoided in St. Louis as of September 30, 10 p.m.
Catch up on the latest St. Louis news in this 10 p.m. update. Key highlights include the aversion of a government shutdown. Stay informed about the city's weather, sports, and other significant happenings. Tune in for comprehensive coverage.
Latest Updates on Evacuation Following Ammonia Truck Crash in St. Louis
Catch the latest 5 p.m. update on the ammonia truck crash in St. Louis. Get detailed evacuation updates and more on 5 On Your Side. Stay informed with our 24/7 streaming service on 5+. Available for free on Roku.
City of St. Louis revokes homeless shelter’s permit, alderwoman to introduce legislation
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - The City of St. Louis revoked the permit of a homeless shelter that closed down in 2017, but plans are in the works to address the homeless issue, according to elected officials. On Friday, the Board of Building Appeals unanimously revoked the New Life Evangelistic...
Man dies in overnight Ferguson shooting, suspect arrested
A homicide investigation is underway after a man died in an overnight shooting in Ferguson. Police say the suspect is behind bars.
Vinita Park woman charged after driving for miles with husband on hood
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. (KMOV) - A Vinita Park woman is charged with felony assault after allegedly driving away from an argument and traveling for several miles with her husband still on the hood of the car. St. Louis County prosecutors on Friday charged 38-year-old Stephanie Boyd with first-degree domestic...
Three injured in Friday crash on I-44
Injuries were reported Friday, Sept. 29, resulting from a two-vehicle crash that occurred at the 167-mile marker of Interstate 44, according to an online report of Troop I of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. A 2023 Volvo VNL, driven by Khvan Daniil, 21, of Monroe, Georgia, was westbound at 11:06...
St. Charles gas station among 20 reportedly targeted by teens Sunday
Police say a teen suspect just charged for a suburban gas station robbery made an astounding claim when arrested.
St. Louis, Illinois man convicted of fentanyl conspiracy charges, drug-linked shooting death in University City
A man from East St. Louis, Illinois was convicted Friday by a jury in U.S. District Court of 11 felony charges linked to fentanyl trafficking, firearm sales, and the shooting death of a man in University City in 2019. Deoman Reeves, 31, was found guilty of all of the charges...
GoFundMe Organized For Late Granite City Man's Daughter
GRANITE CITY - Cindy Armstrong has organized a GoFundMe for Phillip Armstrong's daughter after he lost his life on Sunday, Sept. 24, 2023, in what she described as "a senseless act of domestic violence." "We lost a son, brother, and friend, but Chloe, at the age of 10, lost her...
The Best Donut In Missouri
LoveFood found the best donuts around the country, including this sweet treat in Missouri.
Women workers could bear economic brunt as federal child care funding ends
A huge chunk of pandemic relief funding that kept child care programs afloat for the past few years is set to run out Saturday, and policy advocates say the economic impact will be profound, with the ripple effect hurting labor force participation and consumer spending at a time when the country is still trying to […] The post Women workers could bear economic brunt as federal child care funding ends appeared first on Pennsylvania Capital-Star.
Man Shot Inside U-Haul in Dutchtown Sparks Homicide Investigation
A chilling homicide investigation unfolds in Dutchtown as a man is discovered shot inside a U-Haul. Found with a fatal gunshot wound to the head, authorities estimate the victim to be around 30. Watch the gripping details of this ongoing investigation.
St. Louis All Local PM: Government shut-down, NLEC, Covid boosters
Congresswoman Nikki Budzinski on the latest effort to pass a continuing resolution to keep the government from shutting down this weekend. KMOX has received a copy of the decision to shut down the New Life Evangelistic Center.
New St. Louis monument dedicated in memory of Dred Scott
On Saturday morning, at the Calvary Cemetery in north St. Louis, a new monument was dedicated to mark Dred Scott's final resting place.
What happened when 15 St. Louis students got lost in rural Missouri
SHANNON COUNTY, Mo. – A group of middle schoolers led by two high school seniors were found after an hours-long search near the Roger Pryor Pioneer Backcountry south of Echo Bluff State Park in Shannon County. Thirteen 7th graders from John Burroughs School in St. Louis embarked on an outing in a wooded area of […]