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Route 66 May Become Part Of Trail System - Mayor: Game Changer for Pacific
The U.S. Congress is looking to add Route 66 to the National Historic Trails System. The U.S. House of Representatives has already passed a bill and the Senate hopes to have legislation on the president’s desk by the end of the year.
Pacific JROTC Kicks Off Guns ’N Hoses
The Pacific High School JROTC cadets helped kick off the Guns ’n Hoses event Nov. 21 at the Enterprise Center, St. Louis. “The Marine Corps JROTC cadets had the honor of participating,” CWO Brian Cain said.
Big Crowds for Event - Parade, Santa, Bonfires
Several hundred people made their way to Pacific Station Plaza following the electric light parade through downtown last Saturday evening, Dec. 8, for the Pacific Partnership’s annual Christmas on the Plaza celebration.
Six arrested for alleged possession of meth at Pevely hotel
Six people were arrested for alleged possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia at the Super 8 by Wyndham hotel in Pevely on Sunday morning (Dec. 9). The arrestees included a 43-year-old Herculaneum woman, a 40-year-old High Ridge man, a 34-year-old Festus man, a 25-year-old St. Louis man,
Filing Now Open for Ambulance District
Filing for the Meramec Ambulance District April 2, 2019, election opened Tuesday at 8 a.m. Two seats are available — one each for Subdistrict 1 and Subdistrict 4. Subdistrict 1 is located north of Interstate 44, encompassing the town of Labadie, which includes the main roadways of Highway T, Highway
Franklin County Honor Flight Says Thanks
Recently, VFW Post 2661 and FCHF, Inc., co-sponsored a benefit bingo which turned out to be a tremendous success. On behalf of the board of directors for the Franklin County Honor Flight, we would like to thank all of the donors and sponsors that helped to make it so successful. Also, thanks to thos
Missouri earthquake experts recommend to always be prepared
MISSOURI (KFVS) - State and local emergency management agency officials say on average more than 200 earthquakes shake the New Madrid Seismic Zone each year. Many of those we don’t feel, but they still can predict what’s to come.
Eureka woman, Ballwin man killed in St. Louis County accident
A Eureka woman and a Ballwin man were killed Tuesday night (Dec. 11) in a one-vehicle accident on the westbound I-44 exit ramp to South Lindbergh Boulevard in St. Louis County, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported.
Adventurous, outdoorsy friends were victims of car's plunge into Kirkwood pond
KIRKWOOD • Marjorie S. Hunt had osteoporosis that made it difficult to walk, but the 70-year-old Eureka woman had such an adventurous spirit she couldn't sit still. "She just started taking photography classes and was planning a trip to go kayaking with the whales," Hunt's son, Todd Fugate, recalled
Missouri at risk for a serious Earthquake, experts say
ST. LOUIS - With two earthquakes striking Tennessee Wednesday many are wondering if a big one will hit St. Louis. Experts say it's not a matter of if one will hit, it's a matter of when.
Man shot inside St. Clair Bowling Alley
O'FALLON, Ill. - A man was shot overnight at the St. Clair Bowl in O'Fallon, Illinois. O'Fallon Police Department responded to the 5000 block of Collinsville Road at 10:48 p.m. Wednesday for reports of shots fired.
Eureka display home burglar caught, returns property
EUREKA, MO - A sigh of relief for the owner of a Eureka display home that had been burglarized. The suspect was located by police and returned the stolen items. As Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports, this break-in at a display property wasn’t his first.
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Women steal UGG boots in Chesterfield
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Police are looking for two women caught on video stealing UGG boots on Friday, Dec. 7 at the St. Louis Premium Outlets in Chesterfield, Missouri. Police say the two women went to the UGG store at the outlet mall. One of the two women pulled an empty bag from underneath her sh
Baby girl was home alone in a dirty diaper while dad stole vodka, Missouri cops say
When a Missouri dad got caught shoplifting, he had one other detail to confess to police — he left his baby girl all alone at home. Jarek Crowder, 24, was caught stealing “four small bottles of vodka,” according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He stuffed those bottles into his jacket pocket.
Former High Ridge man sentenced to 15 years in prison for stealing couple’s identity
Joseph C. Bearden, 28, of St. Louis County, a prior offender, has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for stealing a High Ridge couple’s identity and racking up more than $11,000 in transactions and withdrawals from their bank account, court records said.
St. Louis County police considering ticketing residents who leave cars unattended while they warm up
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- If you warm up your car in the morning and leave it unattended, you could soon get a ticket. St. Louis County police are considering issuing tickets after a recent rash of stolen cars that were left warming up.
Boys Basketball — Bishop DuBourg at Pacific
Pacific went to the wire in overtime against Bishop DuBourg Tuesday, winning 25-22 on a buzzer-beater three-point shot in the extra period. To order photo reprints, click the "Buy This Photo" button below the photo you are viewing. Reprints are processed through our photo lab partner MyCapture. Phot
Fleming Hits Game-Winning Shot to Win 25-22 Home Game
Tuesday night was a grind. The Pacific Indians (4-1) and Bishop DuBourg Cavaliers (2-3) showed off their defensive prowess in a low-scoring affair. The Indians came away with a 25-22 victory in overtime on a last-second three-point shot by senior Mason Fleming.
Gateway STEM Ends Whitfield Tourney With Win Over Pacific
Gateway STEM finished out the Whitfield girls basketball round-robin tournament with back-to-back wins. The Lady Jaguars (4-3) won for the second time in a row at the event Friday, defeating Pacific (1-4), 57-47.
2 dead after car plunges into suburban St. Louis pond
KIRKWOOD, Mo. (AP) — Authorities say two people have died after a car crashed into a pond in suburban St. Louis. KMOV-TV reports that 61-year-old Delia James, of Ballwin, had a medical emergency Tuesday night while driving a car on Interstate 44.