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Erica Dickson said her first time through the city's Community Development Commission was a daunting one. [Read More]
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Edwardsville Mayor, Hal Patton, spoke to Fox2/News11 Wednesday about a controversial photo that has recently surfaced, showing him in a "blackface" Halloween costume 9 years ago. Patton, who is white, is running for the state senate in Illinois.  Critics call the photo 'racist'. Patton gave this account:  the photo was from Halloween party that couples attended in companion costumes; his wife went as a stick of gum; he went as her "wrapper" and in a play on words... [Read More]
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In just days the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will be hitting the track at the Gateway Motor Sports Park. Fox 2's Michelle Madaras introduces us to the sport, and a driver that's trying to make it for his new team in their first season with help from the Bommarito Automotive Group. [Read More]
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People living in the St. Louis Hills neighborhood said they woke up Wednesday morning to find their cars broken into. They said the rash of break-ins happened mostly on Itaska and Walsh Streets. According to one neighbor's surveillance video, the incident happened just before 3 a.m. Wednesday. Neighbors said they believe a group of teenagers were involved. Surveillance video shows a group walking down the street and trying to open car doors. One neighbor told Fox 2 both... [Read More]
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Mark Pedroli, the attorney for Ben Sansone of the Sunshine Project, said he has evidence that members of former Gov. Eric Greitens' staff discussed public business on a message-deleting app, after the governor's office turned over screen shots of text conversations. [Read More]
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The Jefferson County Sheriff's Department is on the lookout for one their own Wednesday night.  Around 9:30 pm a patrol car was stolen by a suspect at a fuel station in Festus Missouri. The suspect, 42-year-old Timothy Hopkins, has felony warrants and was in custody when he somehow gained control of the vehicle and drove off.  The patrol car was last seen traveling on Highway A in the direction of Hillsboro. Hopkins is 5'5″, has brown hair,... [Read More]
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After missing most of his lone season at Missouri because of back surgery, Porter is eager to take his place in the NBA and be "the best version of me that I can be." [Read More]
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Her family told police they believe it's possible she might have killed as many as nine people and buried the bodies across the Midwest, sources claim. [Read More]
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Authorities are investigating four paint ball incidents in Kansas City that are possibly related. Police say they investigated incidents at 24th and Van Brunt, 29th and Prospect, 28th and Indiana and 29th and Mersington. Information is limited at this time, but police say they were given descriptions of vehicles - including a Silver Impala with black wheels, a brown unknown type of Sedan and a maroon four-door vehicle with a temporary tag. Police said they ha... [Read More]
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The Fayette Fire Department's budget for 2019-2020 is the lowest its been since the 2014-2015 fiscal year. [Read More]
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Starting Wednesday night, officers from surrounding agencies will step in to fulfill the duties of grieving Wyandotte County deputies. The Kansas City, KS Police Department, along with the sheriff's departments in Leavenworth, Douglas and Johnson counties, are assisting Wyandotte County as the community prepares for Thursday's funeral. When a suspect shot deputies Patrick Rohrer and Theresa King, local law enforcement officers grieved, including Johnson County detention office... [Read More]
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For two hours, hundreds of people came out, many of them dressed in blue from around the metro and the state. Wyandotte County Deputy Theresa King was well-known in the community for her commitment to serve others on and off the clock. "It hurts a lot because, I will never see her again," Wyandotte County Sheriff's Deputy Cole said. "She cheered everybody up" Cole shared a close bond with King. They were like family - even choosing to call ea... [Read More]
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A Canadian boy fed up with his parents' efforts to feed him salad decided to notify the authorities last Tuesday. Halifax police turned the call into a teachable moment, showing up at the family's home to speak to the 12-year-old about using the 911 system responsibly. [Read More]
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Southeast Foundation Board Members Honored with St. Louis Magazine Excellence in Nursing Awards June 20, 2018 | Alumni Spotlights, Alumni/Foundation, Health/Human Services, Home Page, Nursing Southeast Missouri University Foundation Board members Molly Eggleston and Cindi Silvey were recently were honored by St. Louis Magazine with Excellence in Nursing Awards at their ninth annual gala reception at the Four Seasons Hotel in St. Louis. Eggleston, a 2014 Southeast alumna of St. Louis, was recognized in the cardiovascular category for her work... [Read More]
During Tuesday evening's storms, the Maplewood and Brentwood fire departments responded to calls for water rescues as cars were suddenly submerged. [Read More]
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ST. CHARLES, Mo. – A Missouri mother faces legal action for all the days of school her son has reportedly missed. Prosecutors have charged the woman, Jessica Pence-Nicholson, with educational neglect, according to KTVI. Court documents show her 9-year-old son had a pattern of poor attendance – only showing up to Stephen Blackhurst Elementary School about 50 percent of the time between August and December of 2017. "They have missed a lot, yes," Pence-Nicholson admitted. "I don't know how to explain... [Read More]
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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO – St. Louis County Police Department released surveillance video of a suspect wanted for stealing scratch-off lottery tickets from an Affton Quick Trip.  They also added some music to the video and identified the suspect as a dancing scratch off thief. "Why not," said one St. Louis area resident.  We showed her the video and she said, "Have fun with it. Get people watching and maybe then they remember." The theft was at the Quick Trip... [Read More]
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A future piazza wants to be the center slice of a proud neighborhood. "Well, it's a plaza, it's a park," said Mayor Lyda Krewson. "It's a place for people to gather. So I think anytime you have a place where neighbors are gathering to get together to talk, that's a positive thing." With shovels in hand, a handful of city leaders and Hill residents broke ground on a square next to St. Ambrose Catholic Church on The... [Read More]
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