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(St. Louis , MO) -- Drivers using eastbound I-44 near Interstate 270 will face some more lane changes starting this evening. MoDOT will shutdown two eastbound lanes at 8:00 p.m. One lane should reopen by the morning rush on Friday, but the right-center lane will remain closed...
(St. Louis, MO) -- A St. Louis homeowner is behind bars after he was caught on camera dealing drugs by his own security system. Police were called to the home of Kelvin Williams on July 16th concerning a burglary. After watching recordings from the property owner's surveillance...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Kingshighway is open again after a water main break. The street was shut down overnight as water began flooding the area near Barnes Jewish Hospital. More than a hundred patients had to be moved after the water caused a power outage in one part of the hospital...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Drivers using eastbound I-44 near Interstate 270 will be dealing with more lane changes this week. Beginning tomorrow night MoDOT will close two eastbound lanes at 8 p.m. One lane should reopen by the morning rush on Friday, but the right-center lane will...
(Jefferson City, MO) -- State Senator Jamilah Nasheed is asking St. Louis city leadership to push harder for a raise in the minimum wage for workers within the city limits. In a letter to Mayor Slay and Alderman President Lewis Reed, Senator Nasheed asked that a special session...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Contrary to expectations, there is still no vote on whether to allow Uber-X to provide service in the St. Louis area. The St. Louis Taxicab Commission decided today against voting yes or no to permit the ride-sharing service to operate. The commission held an...
(Jefferson City, MO) -- A Republican-led committee of Missouri legislators is not meeting as often as they would like to investigate Governor Jay Nixon. The Joint Committee on Government Accountability announced last year that they would hold sessions with questions about how...
(Jefferson City, MO) -- Missouri's probe into Planned Parenthood has begun. The Senate panel looking into whether Planned Parenthood broke state law by selling tissue from aborted fetuses began its work yesterday. Lawmakers on the officially named Senate Interim Committee on the...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Thousands of people across the St. Louis area are still without power after storms ripped through overnight. At the height of the outage, around ten-thousand people were left in the dark. Ameren reports the majority of the outages were centered in West County...