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Man charged with duct taping, abusing dog in Jefferson County now faces federal gun charge

JEFFERSON COUNTY • A man accused of duct taping a dog and throwing him in a ditch in Jefferson County has been indicted on a federal gun charge, the U.S. Attorney's office said Thursday.


Elderly man put on probation for fatal shooting of wife

ARNOLD, Mo. (AP) — An 85-year-old Missouri man who fatally shot his wife and didn’t call for medical help has been sentenced to five years of probation. Edwin Hipp, of Arnold, was placed on probation as part of a plea deal in the April 2016 death of his wife, 82-year-old Irma Hipp at their home.


Missouri legislature’s bill to eliminate vehicle inspections advances

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Missouri lawmakers advanced a proposal Wednesday night to get rid of state-required vehicle inspections. Currently inspections are required for vehicles more than five years old. They cost about $12 and check the vehicle identification number and odometer reading. For safety, insp


'They were inseparable': St. Louis County brothers gunned down 6 months apart

For most of the last 19 years, Kelvin Phillips Sr. said, his sons Kelvin and Kelvon would spend every minute together. Though they were a year apart in age, they were very nearly like twins.


Despite Recent Run Of Wet Weather, Water Park Construction Still On Pace For Late May

An abundance of water from Mother Nature is slowing down the construction of the county’s water park. Brad Arnold, director of the Ste. Genevieve County Community Center, said there have been “47 weather days — and counting” — that have affected Brockmiller Construction in its work on the Ste. Genev


Missouri man charged with infecting woman with HIV

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri man has been charged with infecting a woman with HIV and then offering her money to not cooperate with law enforcement. The Springfield News-Leader reports that charging documents say 36-year-old Marcus Price didn't tell a woman he had tested positive for HIV befor


Kansas man arrested after alleged DUI crash in NW Missouri

DAVIESS COUNTY, MO — A Kansas man was arrested following a two vehicle crash just after 6:30p.m. Wednesday in Daviess County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2011 Chevy Silverado driven by Edgar D. Jamie, 32, McPherson, was northbound on Interstate 35 four miles north of Winston.


Missouri Attorney General will now investigate St. Louis "daycare fight club"

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) — The Missouri Attorney General will be investigating the case of a "daycare fight club" caught on video in St. Louis. Eric Schmitt's office served a civil investigative demand Tuesday to Adventure Learning Center. He's seeking information about the late 2016 incident where kids cou


A miscalculation in the Missouri tax table is going to cost some taxpayers this tax season

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Special Committee on Government Oversight heard testimony on Wednesday from Director of Revenue, Joel Walters, on a 15-year-old miscalculation in the state’s tax table and how it is going to impact Missouri taxpayers.


West County bank teller charged with felony stealing

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO – A former local bank teller accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from a customer over several years has pleaded "not guilty" to felony stealing.


Masked woman with knife robs Walgreens in St. Louis

Police are searching for a woman robbed a Walgreens employee at knifepoint Wednesday. No one was hurt in the holdup about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the store, 2310 McCausland Avenue.


'The greatest funeral pageant ever seen in the West' in 1891 as Gen. Sherman was laid to rest in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS • Sunshine pierced low, billowing clouds as people jammed the rain-washed 12th Street Bridge and Union Depot platforms. A special train eased onto Track 1 at 8:48 a.m. with an officer's sabre slung from the locomotive headlamp.


Missouri Weekly Fuel Update and Outlook

MISSOURI, Feb. 18 –– Gasoline prices in Missouri have risen 8.4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.04/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 3,940 stations in Missouri. This compares with the national average that has increased 3.0 cents per gallon versus last week to $2.3


Officer-involved shooting in SE Missouri under investigation

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – The Missouri State Highway Patrol is investigating the officer-involved shooting of a suspect in Cape Girardeau. Police were called to a domestic incident Tuesday night. Patrol Sgt. Clark Parrott says arriving officers found an armed man identified as 56-year-old Hubert Ray sta


St. Louis woman arrested at a club, police discover she is a fugitive with a felony warrant out for her arrest

EAST ST. LOUIS, Il. (KMOV.com) -- A St. Louis woman was charged with aggravated battery and resisting arrest, but was also found to be a fugitive that had a felony warrant for another aggravated battery she allegedly committed, authorities say.


St. Louis Police seek help identifying fraud suspect

St. Louis (KMOV) -- St. Louis police are asking for the the public's help with identifying a suspect wanted for cashing a fraudulent check. According to police, the suspect forged the victim's signature and social security number on the back of a check, which he then cashed at the Bank of America, l


Woman and girl shot in Wells-Goodfellow neighborhood

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Police are investigating a shooting in the 5800 block of Selber Court in St. Louis Thursday afternoon. They tell FOX 2 that the shooting victims are a woman and a girl. The shooting scene is in the Wells-Goodfellow neighborhood in north St. Louis.


Anti-gay advocate who lobbied in Kansas now ‘security concern’ in Missouri statehouse

Chris Sevier, the anti-gay, anti-porn advocate who met with Kansas lawmakers earlier this month, has been deemed a security concern in the Missouri Capitol. Missouri Senate Administrator Patrick Baker sent out an email early Thursday morning to the entire senate and staff with the subject line “secu


Where to find the best crab rangoon in town

ST. LOUIS – When we put the question, ‘Who has the best crab rangoon is town?’ on our Facebook page, the comments started rolling in. It’s clear crab rangoon is a St. Louis thing, just ask Facebook user Tiffany Lovings…


Missouri parents grieve for sons murdered six months apart

ST. LOUIS -- A Missouri family is grieving the murders of their two teenage sons within the last six months. Angel Mays described her sons Kelvon Phillips and Kelvin Phillips Jr. as inseparable.