Joshua Duggar, 34, was sentenced to more than 12 years in federal prison for his December 2021 conviction on child pornography charges.
X Ambassadors, Third Eye Blind, and a collection of R&B and hip-hop acts from the 90s will headline the three-night Fair St. Louis event.
The COVID pandemic, like many crises before it, has seen its fair share of scammers, schemers, and confidence men wading into the chaos to commit fraud and take money away from the people and organizations who really need it.
Two schools in St. Louis County were placed on lockdown Wednesday afternoon after an armed suspect ran away from the scene of a reported crime, according to authorities.
The silver cylinders looked like pipe bombs, according to police.
ST. PETERS, Mo. - A St. Peters woman lost 95 pounds by weight lifting and eating right, but now she's been diagnosed with breast cancer. Keri North, 39, started her weight loss journey at 305 pounds. "It was a slow, steady process," North said. She began losing weight in July 2017. She lost 50 pounds, [...]
ST. LOUIS, Mo. - A man's body was found near I-64 and South Grand. The exact details of where or how the body was found are not clear at this time. The high-traffic area has a major highway, university campus, and is a hub for public transportation. Traffic on I-64 is being diverted from a [...]
A long-standing bedrock of south St. Louis is closing up for good following lunch service on Wednesday.
Trailing 3-1 in a playoff series may not look encouraging. History shows that it might not be impossible to overcome, but it doesn't happen often.
The atmosphere may be charging up today and there is a chance of strong to severe storms late this afternoon and early this evening.
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. - A 72-year-old man died Tuesday night when he was hit by a vehicle in Oakville. The incident happened at about 6:33 p.m. in the 3200 block of Country Hollow Drive. The man was taken to the hospital for life-saving treatment, but he died from his injuries. A 16-year-old remained at [...]
ST. LOUIS - A woman was shot in the hip in south St. Louis Wednesday morning. The incident happened at about 7:30 a.m. in the 5100 block of Pennsylvania just off of Broadway. Police were at the scene. It is unknown at this time what led up to the shooting. FOX 2's Nissan Rogue Runner [...]
ST. LOUIS - St. Louis area leaders have been reacting to the tragedy in Texas. Multiple leaders including St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones, St. Louis County Executive Sam Page, and Missouri Governor Mike Parson have all expressed sadness regarding the horrific mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. An 18-year-old gunman killed 19 [...]
ST. LOUIS - St. Luke's Special Care Nursery has the baby "Blues." The hospital sent out photos of the tiniest Blues fans and the special caregivers all decked out in their St. Louis Blues best for Wednesday night's game against the Avalanche. St. Luke's is known as the "baby bunting hospital," because it has been [...]
ST. LOUIS - Wednesday morning starts out wet. Expect scattered showers and storms throughout the day. The area may see a few strong to severe storms with damaging winds and hail. It’ll be windy with highs in the low-80s. Thursday will see showers, storms, and high temperatures in the 70s. It will be drier on [...]
A Berkeley police officer says he and his one-year-old daughter are lucky to be alive after what he describes as a random and unprovoked shooting during rush hour last week.
A small-town west of San Antonio, Texas was left heartbroken Tuesday after a gunman opened fire on several innocent children in Uvali killing 21 people total.
A St. Louis man is recovering in a Chicago hospital after losing both of his legs when a car crashed into him while walking along the Magnificent Mile.
There will be another hot summer in East St. Louis, but residents won't be able to take a dive in the community's public swimming pool, which has been closed for seven years.
Some community leaders in north St. Louis County are condemning the commissioner for the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) over what they call discriminatory practices after two board members were told they will no longer serve on the board.