Tuesday, July 5th, 2022

Author: Amelia Mugavero

The abortion rights rally on the fourth of July

ST. LOUIS – Hundreds of people protested on July 4 Roe’s recent Supreme Court reversal against Wade, ending federal abortion rights. The fourth of July downtown festival was disrupted despite numerous peaceful protests. Organizer...

The Fair St. Louis built cooling centers for guests to overcome the heat

ST. LOUIS – Now that the weather is clear, Fair St. Louis was looking forward to a very busy night ahead. Despite the heat, many people flooded Downtown St. Louis for Fair St. Steady...

Crowded animal habitat in St. Louis area worried about the holiday weekend

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. -Animal habitats throughout the bi-state area are facing severe space shortages. The St. Louis County Animal shelter says it is concerned that the fourth holiday in July will only exacerbate...

The family spoke after the Wentzville police dispatcher died suddenly at age 49

WENTZVILLE, Mo. – The Wentzville community mourns the police dispatcher who died Wednesday. Della Williams has been a police dispatcher for nearly two decades and recently served in the Wentzville police department. William’s family...

Expect heavy traffic for the Spirit of St. Louis Air Show this week

CHESTERFIELD, Mo. – A big weekend is being prepared for St. Louis aviation fanatics. The Spirit of St. This weekend’s Louis Air Show is the first show since 2019. This year’s event is set...

In anticipation of more patrols, several lane closures in St. Louis. Louis area this Memorial Day weekend

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – Despite rising gas prices, the AAA predicts that more than 30 million drivers nationwide will be on the road over the Memorial Day weekend. The Missouri Department of Transportation...

Louis man who lost legs after Chicago car crash is grateful to be alive

ST. LOUIS-A man in St. Louis is being treated at a Chicago hospital. Louis after losing both his legs when he was hit by a car while walking along the Magnificent Mile. Bryce Summary...