One woman is in custody after the robbery of an AT&T store.
The Illinois State Police stopped the woman because the car she was driving matched the description of the vehicle seen at the scene of the robbery. A search of the car turned up several cell phones and other items related to the robbery.
Police believe two male suspects are still on the loose and should be considered armed and dangerous. The suspects entered the south county store just before ten this morning and tied the employees up in the back room.
New air and water tests showed no health risk from the West Lake Landfill in Bridgeton. That was the message from the EPA to the big – and sometimes rowdy – crowd Tuesday night at Pattonville High School.
Residents say they are concerned that the underground fire burning at the nearby Bridgeton Landfill could spread to radioactive waste buried in the 1970s at the West Lake facility. About 650 came to Tuesday night's meeting, many demanding immediate action.
But EPA Region 7 Administrator Karl Brooks says preliminary studies show there is time to study the situation before making a decision. "That event over there on the Bridgeton side does not threaten the West Lake Landfill," Brooks said. "It gives us time to assess the science, take a look at the engineering and make good choices about it."
Some residents want the radioactive materials removed. Others favor a buyout.
Brooks says all options are on the table, but nothing will happen right away.
Local political leaders are it calling an impressive display of bipartisan support and compromise. The U.S. House on Tuesday voted to name the new Interstate-70 bridge over the Mississippi River as the "Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge."
Missouri lawmakers had wanted to name the span after the Cardinal's legend. Illinois lawmakers had wanted to name the bridge to honor veterans. Tuesday's 395-to-2 House vote would do both.
The measure now moves on the U.S. Senate.
Power is back at US Bank Plaza downtown.
Ameren officials say it should be business as usual today after a 36-story downtown office building was evacuated yesterday because of an underground transformer fire.
Ameren officials say the transformer was inside a vault under a sidewalk at 7th Street and Locust.
Fire crews rescued at least ten people from elevators. No injuries were reported.
An underground electrical fire has forced the evacuation of a building in downtown St. Louis.
Fire crews are on the scene at 7th and Washington. Images show thick smoke pouring out of grates on the street. Tenants of some other nearby buildings are not being allowed to leave.
Fire crews are waiting for Ameren to cut power to the area so they can continue to fight the blaze.
In the first week of summer, the heat index is already flirting with triple digits.
Ameren Missouri is trying to help low-income and elderly customers stay safe in the heat--they are giving away air conditioner window units through charities. Ameren is donating 665 units to several organizations and agencies. 300 of the units are going to the Urban League of St. Louis.
To request one, city residents can call 314-615-3624 if you’re a city resident, and county residents should dial 314-388-9840.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed legislation that would have required public employees to give annual written consent before union dues could be deducted from their paychecks.
Nixon said in a veto message Tuesday the bill would have placed what he called "unnecessary burdens on public employees for the purpose of weakening labor organizations."
The Democratic governor said the bill would have unfairly singled out one group of workers. He noted it would not have imposed similar requirements on other automatic paycheck deductions, such as savings accounts for college or retirement.
The bill also would have required public employee unions to get a separate, annual written permission to use dues for political purposes.
Republican lawmakers who supported the bill said it would have protected the rights of individual union members.
A Ballwin man faces several felony charges after allegedly sexually assaulting two children over the past year.
Prosecutors say Bryan Ziegler molested the children several times, starting in 2012. Ziegler allegedly fondled both of the children at different homes.
In total, he faces two counts of child molestation and five counts of statutory sodomy.
Two men are on the loose after allegedly shooting someone with an assault rifle Tuesday afternoon.
Police said the suspects drove up to another car near the intersection of Cote Brilliante and Kingshighway in North St. Louis. One suspect got out the car and started shooting at the victim in the other car. The victim was taken to the hospital in unknown condition.
The incident happened in front of a halfway house for released convicts.
Looking to get away for the weekend? A new survey says you may not have to leave the city. For the fourth year in-a-row, AAA (triple A) members named St. Louis the best large city for a weekend trip in the Midwest. Voters also awarded St. Louis top honors for
Best Large Hotel (Hyatt Regency at the Arch)
Best Outdoor Dining Spot (The Boathouse in Forest Park)
Best Attraction in St. Louis (Saint Louis Zoo)
Full Results will be in the group's July/August magazine issue.
Students are being dismissed from Confluence Academy after a threat was made against the school today.
Police are investigating the threat. Fox 2 reports that the school is not on lock-down but classes were let out early. The threat was at the schools campus at 3112 Meramec.