Bankruptcy: National Clothing Retailor Shutsdown headquarters and Lays Off Staff.That's interestingNewsBreak Contributor
Kroger-Owned Ruler Foods Closes in Illinois, Without Warning, Due to Safety IssuesJoel EisenbergNewsBreak Contributor
This City Has Been Named the most Affordable Place to Live in MissouriTravel MavenNewsBreak Contributor
Webster Grove's historic Charles W. Ferguson House: an 1888 architectural gemCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
St. Louis woman needs kidney donorYelenaNewsBreak Contributor
Woman charged in shooting death of Granite City man
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - A Granite City woman has been charged after police said she shot and killed a man she was dating on Sunday. Tara A. Anderson, 37, from Granite City, was charged with two counts of first-degree murder and two firearm charges after police said she shot and killed Phillip P. Armstrong. 39.
Kroger-Owned Ruler Foods Closes in Illinois, Without Warning, Due to Safety Issues
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Dispute Between Employees Leads to Critical Shooting at St. Louis Family Dollar Store
Violence erupted at a Family Dollar store in North St. Louis, leaving a female employee critically injured. The incident resulted from a dispute between two employees, which intensified and resulted in a shooting later the same afternoon.
Man strangled his mother in second murder that shook a small Illinois town, police say
TROY, Ill. (WTVO) — Two murders in two weeks rocked Troy’s community, which had not seen a murder in over 20 years. Now, both cases have an identified suspect. Neil Howard, 44, has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the death of his mother, Norma Caraker, 60, according to KMOV. Caraker was […]
Six-year-old boy sought in fake Domino’s pizza gift card scam
Police in Illinois are searching for the culprit of a fake Domino’s pizza gift card scheme – a six-year-old boy who said he was looking to fundraise for his local baseball team.The unnamed child was said to be selling “buy one get one free” vouchers for the fast food chain in the state’s Troy area, police said on Sunday.Customers trustingly bought the tokens only to find they were invalid for a free pie at Domino’s, which led to an appeal being launched, ABC News said. "The cards are being sold by a young juvenile white male, about six years old, who...
Ruler Foods grocery store in Belleville closes suddenly. Here’s what we know
The grocery store on North Belt West is about 9 years old.
Overnight storms and hail in bi-state area
Storms brought hail and a lightning show to many in the bi-state overnight and early Wednesday morning.
Two dead in three recent St. Louis shootings involving people in cars
St. Louis police are investigating three shootings over the past few days involving people inside cars, including two that turned deadly.
Four arrested in Bethalto drug bust
On Friday, the Bethalto Police Department executed a search warrant as part of an ongoing narcotics investigation. With the assistance of the US Marshals Service, police arrested four people at a home in the 200 block of Lakeside Drive following multiple complaints of narcotic sales associated with the residence. 55-year-old...
Car falls into the River Des Peres, crews responding
Crews are responding to reports of a car that fell into a river.
St. Louis driver dies in Franklin County crash
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Mo. – State Troopers responded to a fatal wreck on Highway K around 3:20 p.m. on September 26. Missouri Highway State Patrol reports that Jasmin Isak, 60, was traveling southbound in his 2000 Toyota Corolla on Highway K when he failed to handle a curve properly. The Corolla drove off the right side of the road, colliding with a culvert, a Chevron road sign, and a tree.
St. Charles woman dies after bridge collision
ST. CHARLES — The Missouri State Highway Patrol arrived at a fatal wreck in St. Charles at the intersection of Highway 94 and Muegge Road on September 26 around 3 p.m. Isabel B. Burkholder, 29, was driving westbound on Highway 94 when her 2016 Jeep Wrangler drove off the road, collided with a concrete support column of a bridge, and caught fire. Burkholder was pronounced dead at the scene when EMS arrived.
Teen robbed while trying to sell PlayStation 4 in St. Louis
A 14-year-old boy was robbed while he planned to sell a PlayStation 4 console in St. Louis, police say.
Court hearing today for south county man accused of killing sister’s murderer
A man is accused of killing the suspect in his sister's murder. A grand jury indicted him last week, and he's due in court later Wednesday morning.
Bankruptcy: National Clothing Retailor Shutsdown headquarters and Lays Off Staff.
Soft Surroundings, a women's clothing retailer, has declared bankruptcy and is in the process of closing all of its 44 stores across 24 states. The company plans to sell its e-commerce and catalog business to Coldwater Creek. The stores are expected to wind down and permanently close by December or January After failing to find a buyer.
Homeless encampment grows outside City Hall in downtown St. Louis
ST. LOUIS — More than a month ago, there were two tents outside of St. Louis City Hall, and then, a couple of more went up. Now, there are at least two dozen tents outside the building in the heart of downtown St. Louis. The tents have become makeshift...
This City Has Been Named the most Affordable Place to Live in Missouri
The cost of living varies greatly throughout the United States but communities from every corner of the country are feeling the heat as housing, food, transportation, health care, and costs of other necessities are rising.
St. Louis bar and restaurant to close its kitchen
ST. LOUIS — Beffa’s is closing its kitchen. The bar and restaurant, at 2700 Olive St., will close its kitchen following brunch service on Sunday, according to a post on X, formerly Twitter. “A new concept is planned to launch out of the kitchen on October 11th bringing...
Mother of 4 stuck in condemned taxpayer-funded apartment
A mother of four is living in horrendous conditions in an apartment subsidized by the St. Louis City Housing Authority. This unit is so bad the city condemned it, but the mother is still there because she has nowhere else to go with her children. Aigner Jesse made the desperate call to our You Paid For It team for help.
Customers at MERS Goodwill are ready to shop as the store reopens in a new location
Excited about the new store, employees are “pumped and ready to go,” according to the store’s manager.