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KDNL

KDNL

1215 Cole St
St Louis, MO 63106   Directions

(314) 436-3030


KMOV

KMOV

1 Memorial Dr
St Louis, MO 63021   Directions

(314) 621-4444


KPLR

KPLR

2250 Ball Dr
St Louis, MO 63146   Directions

(314) 213-7831


Union Station being converted into new aquarium
01/17/2019 6:22pm

ST. LOUIS The transformation of Union Station continues as the city converts this 19th-century railway hub from a shopping mall into an aquatic attraction. On Thursday morning, local media got a chance to view the progress on the new St. Louis Aquarium and changes to this grand old piece of city history. Construction began in November 2017. The aquarium is slated to open in late 2019. The $187 millionfamily entertainment facility will have more than 1 million gallons of

Pool at Arnold Rec Center closes after possible Legionnaire’s disease contamination
01/17/2019 6:18pm

ARNOLD, Mo. The City of Arnold closed the indoor swimming pool at the Arnold Recreation Center after reports indicated a second person was diagnosed with Legionnaires Disease after visiting the facility. According to Dave Crutchley, deputy director of the parks and recreation department in Arnold, the report indicated that the individual had been at the rec center within the last few weeks. The Jefferson County Health Department is attempting to verify the report. The indoor pool was closed early

Narcan used on toddler after fentanyl, cocaine found in child’s system
01/17/2019 6:04pm

ST. LOUIS A St. Louis father was arrested and charged after cocaine and fentanyl is discovered in his 14-month-old sons system. Gayron Sloan, 38, was charged earlier this week with endangering the welfare of a child. According to court documents, Sloan dropped his son off at daycare on January 15 where he was later found unresponsive. The boy was rushed to Cardinal Glennon Childrens Hospital where staff administered the opioid-combating drug Narcan, after which he became responsive. Doctors said

Man found dead after north St. Louis house fire
01/17/2019 5:42pm

ST. LOUIS One man was found dead inside a residence that caught fire Thursday afternoon. The fire occurred inside a vacant two-story brick residence in the 5900 block of Wabada Avenue. The man was found dead in a first-floor bedroom of the structure. The cause of the fire was not immediately known. The home had been vacant for about two years. Fox 2/KPLR 11 will have more information on this story as it becomes available.

‘A lack of respect’: Netflix hit ‘Bird Box’ used actual footage from disaster
01/17/2019 5:22pm

The mayor of Lac-Megantic, Quebec, says she was appalled to discover that footage of the most horrific day in her towns history was presented as fiction in two Netflix productions. Footage of the 2013runaway train disasterthat killed 47 people and destroyed most of the small towns downtown core appears in the Netflix filmBird Boxand in an episode of the science fiction seriesTravelers, theBBCreports. The clips were used to illustrate news coverage of fictional disasters. A lot of people are still

KSDK

KSDK

1000 Market St
St Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 444-5125


Arnold rec center pool closed for Legionnaires' disease investigation
01/17/2019 6:07pm

All swim classes, aqua aerobics classes, private lessons and open swim are canceled until further notice.

MoDOT advising people to stay off the road this weekend
01/17/2019 4:34pm

The Missouri Department of Transportation is advising drivers to stay off the roads this weekend with bitter cold temperatures combined with another winter storm on the way.

Medical marijuana: Meet seven St. Louis players looking to get a piece of the sprouting business
01/17/2019 4:30pm

A real estate developer, a CPA, a solo legal practitioner, a physician, an investor, a marketer and an experienced cultivator and manufacturer: These are a few of the entrepreneurs poised to enter the medical marijuana industry in St. Louis.

If it’s too cold for you, it’s too cold for your pets
01/17/2019 4:02pm

The Humane Society of Missouri is offering six tips to keep your pets safe during the winter.

Man charged in Calverton Park murder linked to another man’s murder
01/17/2019 3:16pm

While investigating Kenneth Alvern Linzies death, the Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis developed information relative to the murder investigation of 41-year-old Deandre Moore.

Missouri Lawyers Media

Missouri Lawyers Media

319 N 4th St
St Louis, MO 63102   Directions

(314) 421-1880


High court splits on Sedalia attorney-discipline case
01/17/2019 2:08pm

The Missouri Supreme Court has put a Pettis County attorney on probation for one year, and in so doing took the unusual step of issuing a full opinion and dissent on the matter. The high court on Jan. 15 found that R. Scott Gardner, a solo practitioner in Sedalia, improperly paid himself $15,000 in a ...

Stinson Leonard Street elects six partners
01/17/2019 1:40pm

Stinson Leonard Street has elected four new partners in its Kansas City office, effective Jan. 1. They are Patrick Calland, Nick Hoffman, Judd Treeman and Nate Van Emon. Calland represents commercial mortgage loan servicers in matters involving private and public structured finance transactions and the issuance of commercial and multifamily mortgage-backed securities. Hoffman advises companies ...

Employee reaches settlement after unheeded safety reports
01/17/2019 1:38pm

An employee who alleged that he was forced to leave his job after reporting safety problems reached a $2 million settlement, according to his attorney. J.C. Pleban of Pleban & Petruska in St. Louis said the safety issues the plaintiff reported persisted, and instead of fixing the problems, the defendants in the case punished the ...

Court weighs right to private attorney calls
01/17/2019 1:23pm

The Missouri Supreme Court on Jan. 15 probed whether a state law allowing drivers suspected of driving while under the influence to consult with an attorney prior to chemical testing also extends the right of confidentiality to those calls.

ACLU: Government mistakenly wanted to deport US veteran
01/17/2019 12:56pm

A Marine veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder was held for three days for possible deportation before federal authorities learned that he was a U.S. citizen born in Michigan, lawyers said Wednesday. Jilmar Ramos-Gomez, 27, lives in the Grand Rapids area. He was released on Dec. 17 from a detention center in Calhoun County after personal ...

Nine Network of Public Media

Nine Network of Public Media

3655 Olive St
St Louis, MO 63108   Directions

(314) 512-9000


Saint Louis Review

Saint Louis Review

20 Archbishop May Dr
St Louis, MO 63119   Directions

(214) 792-7500


South County Times

South County Times

122 W Lockwood Ave
Webster Groves, MO 63119   Directions

(314) 968-2699


St Louis Business Journal

St Louis Business Journal

815 Olive St
St Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 421-6200


Effort to force public vote on Lambert privatization dies
01/17/2019 4:36pm

A bill that would have forced a public vote on whether to privatize St. Louis Lambert International Airport died in committee Thursday at City Hall.

River City Rascals sign new lease for city-owned stadium months after being locked out
01/17/2019 2:49pm

The new lease comes after OFallon, Missouri, in October terminated the Rascals lease at CarShield Field and barred the team from the facility, saying at the time that the teams ownership was repeatedly behind on rent.

Clothing manufacturer 'restructuring and moving' amid lawsuit
01/17/2019 2:34pm

The companys founder said its working with a real estate developer to move its operations into the downtown area.

Editor's notebook: The best way to learn St. Louis? Follow the beer
01/17/2019 2:26pm

Inside my journey to discover this city one brewery at a time.

Medical marijuana: Meet seven St. Louis players looking to get a piece of the sprouting business (photos)
01/17/2019 1:52pm

A real estate developer, a CPA, a solo legal practitioner, a physician, an investor, a marketer and an experienced cultivator and manufacturer: These are a few of the entrepreneurs poised to enter the medical marijuana industry in St. Louis.

St Louis Today

St Louis Today

900 N Tucker Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63101   Directions

(314) 340-8888


Not very merry: U.S. stocks plunge before Christmas
12/24/2018 1:10pm

The Dow fell 653.1 points, or 2.91 percent, to 21,792.27

PowerBar and energy drink business will be spun off into new St. Louis company, Post Holdings says
11/16/2018 6:30am

Darcy Horn Davenport, president of Active Nutrition since 2017, will become CEO of the new public company.

45 years ago • A final blow is dealt to Pruitt-Igoe
04/01/2018 12:10am

On June 5, 1973, a final stake was put through the heart of the project when the St. Louis Housing Authority voted for a final shutdown of the complex.

Investors cheer as Post Holdings spends billions to diversify
09/22/2017 9:10am

Cereal business is out of favor, but Bob Evans side-dish sales are growing rapidly.

St Louis University News

St Louis University News

1 N Grand Blvd
St Louis, MO 63103   Directions

(800) 758-3678


Symphony Executes Seamless Performance
01/13/2019 10:50pm

The Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra got everyone into the Christmas spirit before the holidays by performing a live score to the movie Home Alone the weekend of Dec. 14. The show appeared to be a hit, as Powell Hall filled with guests of all ages. There were grandparents taking their grandchildren, couples on dates and...

Jason Mraz: A Storyteller
12/12/2018 6:30pm

Jason Mraz, widely known for his 2008 classic Im Yours, performed a laid-back acoustic set accompanied by Toca Rivera and Gregory Page. Mraz told the story of his origins at a coffee shop, Java Joes. Throughout the concert, it felt like I was in that very same coffee shop. The trio provided such a organic...

A Further Look into Fernando Abilleira’s Role at NASA
12/10/2018 12:49pm

Q: Specifically, what was your role in NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory What is the planning process, etc. A: I have been working at NASA for 17 years. The last 15 at NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory JPL in Pasadena, CA where I have been supporting the Mars Exploration Program Office. I was the Trajectory Lead for...

Stress Strikes Again As Finals Week Looms
12/06/2018 3:44pm

With final exams coming up, this is the most stressful time of year for most college students. The last few weeks before winter break are often jam-packed with last minute assignments, papers, reviews and exams. All of this cramming and studying causes one major issue for most students stress. Im stressed at a 10 out...

SLU Alum Manages NASA’s Successful Mars Mission
12/06/2018 12:19pm

On Monday, NASAs InSight robotic lander made contact with the rocky red ground of Mars surface. The event went somewhat viral after a St. Louis-born engineer involved in the landing was filmed celebrating with an NFL-inspired victory handshake. The event had another St. Louis connection in the form of SLU graduate, Fernando Abilleira. Abilleira served...

Student Life

Student Life

St Louis, MO

(314) 935-5995


The Current

The Current

1 University Boulevard
St Louis, MO 63121   Directions

(314) 516-5174


Political Bullying Hits UMSL’s Campus
12/06/2018 7:12pm

Katelyn Chostner, Editor-in-Chief & Dustin Steinhoff, News Editor As tensions continue to rise between political parties, we have seen examples of each side bullying the other. It is happening everywhere. Even recently on television, co-hosts of The View Joy Behar and Meghan McCain pitted against each other in a shouting match over politics. The University The post Political Bullying Hits UMSLs Campus appeared first on The Current.

Loop Trolly Opens Despite a Troublesome Track Record
12/02/2018 3:31pm

Dustin Steinhoff, News Editor The Loop Trolley is up and running in the Delmar Loop having fully begun operations Nov. 23 after multiple delays and setbacks. The Loop Trolley runs for 2.2 miles with the tracks running along Delmar Boulevard and DeBaliviere Avenue. The trolley runs Thursday from noon to 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday The post Loop Trolly Opens Despite a Troublesome Track Record appeared first on The Current.

Fuel Protests in Paris
12/02/2018 3:30pm

Trevor Dobbs, Staff Writer When most people think of Paris and France as a whole, they picture beautiful cathedrals, bustling street markets, romantic river tours and a sparkling Eiffel tower. That vision of France has been hard to find for the last two weeks, as protests have all but turned many areas of the country The post Fuel Protests in Paris appeared first on The Current.

News Briefs
12/02/2018 3:29pm

Dustin Steinhoff, News Editor Local News Deonte Taylor, a Ferguson-Florissant School District staff member, was charged with three counts of first-degree sodomy against a student in a separate school district Nov. 28. Taylor was reportedly acting as a teaching assistant at Lusher Elementary, a school in the Hazelwood School District, when he committed the crime. The post News Briefs appeared first on The Current.

Campus Crime Report
12/02/2018 3:28pm

Trevor Dobbs, Staff Writer The following is a series of daily crime and incident reports issued by the University of Missouri-St. Louis Police Department from Nov. 9 through Nov. 28. Nov. 9, 2018: At 2:33 p.m. an UMSL student requested a report regarding their vehicle striking a parking lot block. At 4:22 p.m. an UMSL The post Campus Crime Report appeared first on The Current.

The Riverfront Times

The Riverfront Times

6358 Delmar Blvd
St Louis, MO 63130   Directions

(314) 754-5966


Aldermen Reject Plan to Let Public Vote on St. Louis Airport Privatization
01/17/2019 5:06pm

Alderman John Collins-Muhammad had been a co-sponsor of the bill to require a public vote on any deal to privatize St. Louis Lambert International Airport. But when it came time for the crucial committee vote on the bill today, Muhammad reversed his previous support, voting no. His flip doomed the bill, 3-2.

Missouri Woman Who Saved Cats After KKK Leader's Murder Charged With Fraud
01/17/2019 2:58pm

An animal rescue worker who once helped save dozens of cats from a dead Ku Klux Klan leaders reeking house is wanted on charges of theft and fraud, accused of embezzling more than $151,000 from an animal shelter. Lucretia Skaggs, 53, was the treasurer for the Farmington Pet Adoption Center until October when the nonprofits board released her, according to a probable cause statement.

The Best Things to Do in St. Louis this Weekend, January 17 to 20
01/17/2019 11:21am

Its going to be a cold weekend, but dont let that stop you from living your life.

Newly Announced: The Who, Wiz Khalifa, Bob Weir, Asian Doll, LA4SS and More
01/17/2019 10:30am

Each week we bring you our picks for the best shows of the weekend

Nelly Says He Would 'Probably' Play Super Bowl Halftime Show If Asked
01/17/2019 9:53am

Count Nelly among those who think that anger over Travis Scotts planned performance at the Super Bowl on February 3 is overblown. In fact, our hometown hero says hed probably play the halftime show himself. Scott, of course, has faced criticism for agreeing to perform at the show despite the NFLs treatment of Colin Kaepernick, the 49er who famously took a knee and found himself without a job.

The St Louis American

The St Louis American

2315 Pine St
St Louis, MO 63103   Directions

(314) 533-8000


West End Word

West End Word

122 W Lockwood Ave
Webster Groves, MO 63119   Directions

(314) 968-2699


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