Illinois Welcomes New Distribution Center to Bring Jobs and Service EnhancementsAsh JurbergNewsBreak Contributor
St. Louis carjacking caught on camera, suspect who left debit and EBT cards convictedThe Bullet PointNewsBreak Contributor
Mass Layoff: U.S Steel Announces a Massive Layoff at an Illinois Steel PlantThat's interestingNewsBreak Contributor
Florissant man charged with fentanyl distribution in case that led to the death of twin brothersThe Bullet PointNewsBreak Contributor
Indefinite Steelmaking Shutdown in Illinois Hits Thousand Staff, Sparks CriticismAsh JurbergNewsBreak Contributor
‘You got me’ St. Louis burglar admits guilt after wearing same outfit in photos
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis man was caught on camera wearing the same clothes he had on during a burglary, and upon seeing the photos, the suspect reportedly admitted, ‘you got me.’. According to a probable cause statement by the police, around 3 a.m. on November 15,...
St. Louis Police Seek Public's Help in Identifying QuikTrip Carjacking Suspect
• St. Louis police are seeking help in identifying a suspect involved in an armed carjacking at a QuikTrip gas station. • The carjacking took place on November 17 at around 10 p.m. at the QuikTrip located at 3291 S. Kingshighway.
St. Louis Maserati Driver Found Guilty of Manslaughter
Mahdi Gayar was 17 when he struck and killed Daniel Domian, 62
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Puppies Up for Adoption in saint louis, MO
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 saint louis.
I-Team: St. Louis anti-violence worker charged for drug crimes connected to 'Black Mafia Family'
Samir Simpson-Bey is accused of dealing Fentanyl months before he took a job to prevent violence in the Clinton-Peabody neighborhood.
Sam’s Club to Open Two New Distribution Centers in St. Louis and Minneapolis Areas
BENTONVILLE, Ark.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 30, 2023-- Sam’s Club ®, a division of Walmart Inc. and a leading membership warehouse club, today announced plans to open two new distribution centers in early 2024 outside St. Louis and Minneapolis. The new facilities are part of a multi-year growth plan to transform the supply chain at Sam’s Club and evolve network and end-to-end capabilities. In addition to bringing new jobs to the areas, the new distribution centers will also give Sam’s Club members a better shopping experience with noticeable increases in speed and availability of products both in club and online. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20231130260274/en/ Sam’s Club®, a division of Walmart Inc. and a leading membership warehouse club, today announced plans to open two new distribution centers in early 2024 outside St. Louis and Minneapolis. (Photo: Business Wire)
St. Louis City winter operations starting today through March 31
With winter upon us, the city of St. Louis is launching its winter operations program on Friday to help the homeless find places to stay and get out of the cold.
Man gets 11+ years in prison for aiding St. Louis County armed robbery
U.S. District Judge Matthew T. Schelp on Thursday sentenced a man to 11 years and five months in prison for helping rob a St. Louis County Boost Mobile store in 2021. Damonta Bridges, who is a convicted felon, also admitted possessing a firearm in a carjacked vehicle. Bridges was present...
The 10 Best Thrift Stores in St. Louis
Just down the road from Kansas City in Missouri is the “Gateway to the West,” better known as St. Louis. […]
Sexyy Red, Big Scarr, AZ and More – New Hip-Hop Projects
With only one month left until 2024, there are still some rappers hoping to put their stamp on 2023 with new projects. This week, we get a deluxe project from St. Louis' hottest rap vixen, a posthumous album from a late Atlanta rapper, the return of a Brooklyn, N.Y. rhyme veteran and more.
Thieves Steal the Wheels Right Off Benton Park Cars
Multiple cars in the St. Louis neighborhood were stripped of both tires and wheels on Wednesday
Metro Bus System to Increase Driver Numbers and Boost Route Reliability
Metro Bus system is set to improve its service with the addition of over 50 new drivers in January. The move aims to boost the reliability and frequency of current routes, with incentives such as a $5,000 sign-on bonus and pay increases attracting new drivers.
McDonald’s is bringing back adult happy meals
McDonald's is releasing a new limited-edition happy meal for adults, complete with a very special toy.
Man missing since late August out of St. Louis City
ST. LOUIS (KMOV) -- A 78-year-old veteran hasn’t been seen since late August when he was dropped off at a VA hospital. The family of Lloyd Hargens, 78, filed a missing person’s report this week for Hargens. He was last seen on August 28 when he was dropped off at the John Cochran VA Medical Center at 915 North Grand.
From I-70 to Lowe’s parking lot, recent road rage incidents cause growing concern
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - Data shows road rage incidents are on the rise and in the St. Louis region, several moments of anger on the streets have led to bullets flying. “I think everyone has this fear that it may happen to them,” said Paul Bastean with Ultimate Defense in St. Peters. The teach a variety of classes to gun owners to ensure proper training.
Charges filed in Jennings double homicide
A 33-year-old man is now in custody on a $1 million cash-only bond for the shooting deaths of two people.
St. Charles County man pleads guilty to unlicensed sales of firearms
A man from St. Charles County, Missouri on Thursday admitted selling firearms without a license, including over 30 that were recovered at or after crimes. Harry Trueblood, 69, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in St. Louis to one count of being an unlicensed firearms dealer. As part of his...
St. Louis man who struck officer while fleeing sentenced to 5 years in prison
A man from St. Louis, Missouri, who struck a St. Charles police officer while trying to flee was sentenced Thursday to 63 months in prison. On July 11, 2022, officers from the St. Charles Police Department were called to a Waffle House and found Ameer Raff-Covington, now 32, passed out behind the wheel of a Mazda SUV. Officers had also been told that Raff-Covington had been involved in a dispute with a waitress earlier. Once awakened, Raff-Covington refused to get out of the SUV and provided a false date of birth and Social Security number to police. After being told he was under arrest, Raff-Covington put the SUV in reverse, striking an officer in the knee and pinning him between his car and another vehicle, according to Raff-Covington’s plea agreement. Raff-Covington also struck two vehicles and two Ameren electrical boxes. He stopped when officers held him at gunpoint. After Raff-Covington was removed from the vehicle, officers found a stolen Glock handgun between the driver’s seat and the center console.
Development planned for abandoned Kingshighway houses
The infamous set of six houses on Kingshighway is now slated for new development under the management of NorthPoint Development.