News 4 Investigates asked Schmitt for the science and data that he referenced when he claimed that masks are ineffective.
In the weeks since the deadly Amazon warehouse tornado, some survivors question if more could have been done to protect them, while Amazon says its team did the right thing.
Some local businesses are warning others to be careful before buying into social media marketing, that marketing company says not so fast.
NORTH ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Homicide detectives were investigating a deadly shooting in a north St. Louis neighborhood Monday night.
The president was set to highlight investments in everything from broadband access to bridge construction from November’s $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure law, holding it up as an example of government reaching consensus and delivering change for the American people.
On June 6, 2021 Allan Waller was shot 9 times. No one was charged. The shooters claim it was self-defense, but Waller's family questions if it was something more.
Amazon wouldn't tell News 4 Investigates if it had a meteorologist on staff in December 2021 when the tornado hit in Edwardsville, or if the job posting was a reaction to the storm.
News 4 Investigates has been looking into these clinics, some being run out of tents. The company behind them, the Center for Covid Control, are at the center of investigations in other states, as well as in Illinois and Missouri.
News 4 Investigates learned neither Missouri nor Illinois are keeping watch over pop-up test sites.
Millions of people who struggle to breathe while they sleep are facing a tough choice, amid a recall where some are being told to keep using CPAP machines that could potentially put their health at risk.
Police in the Metro East say a collaboration aimed at catching violent criminals appears to be paying off.
News 4 Investigates has been tracking how Missouri overpaid Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation, and learned tens of thousands of people applied for waivers but the majority were denied.
It's the time of year when many people are weighing buying a new car or holding off, but consumer advocates warn including an extended warranty in that plan could be costly.
The City of St. Louis is being sued by a former Refuse Division employee, and paid a hefty settlement to another woman, who both claim the same boss sexually harassed them and management turned a blind eye.
Some student-athletes tell News 4 they considered drastic measures after their mental health suffered playing the sport they once loved.
Was it a suicide or something more? 35-year-old Grace Holland died last year in Creve Coeur with a single gunshot wound to her head.
A local entrepreneur who first saw meteoric success is now facing big backlash for not yet providing the product many thought would be the next big thing.
A North County family seeking answers after their son was found dead in a Missouri State correctional facility in June.
The pandemic has turned more people into online shopping and scammers are taking advantage of this to to steal money from unsuspecting people.
A local ICU physician - who fought the COVID-19 pandemic on the front lines for 18 months - is out of a job after refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
A shortage in new cars caused by the pandemic could leave some people missing out on a Missouri tax break for buying and selling a car.
Even though he has full custody of them, they were taken by their mother. Now the Wentzville father is claiming the system is failing to ensure their safety, in part, because he says a state-run program has worked to keep his kids hidden from him.
A secret state investigation into two medical marijuana growers in Missouri is causing dozens of products to be pulled from store shelves in the St. Louis area.
Websites and social media posts have been misusing a federal government database and spreading false information claiming thousands of people have died from taking the COVID-19 vaccine. Experts tell News 4 that's just not true.
At the St. Louis County Council meeting on September 21, Councilman Mark Harder announced an investigation into former auditor Mark Tucker.
A new Missouri law that took effect just last month is being widely rebuked by law enforcement across the state.
A local grandmother recently lost tens of thousands of dollars in a scam that took advantage of her kindness and her faith in God.
The St. Louis County Council has launched an investigation into allegations that former County Auditor Mark Tucker committed sexual harassment in the workplace.
Amid the pandemic, there is another health crisis. Advocates and police officers are seeing an alarming spike in one kind of drug overdose, with far too many people dying.
WENTZVILLE, Mo. (KMOV.com) - A group of local homeowners say they have no control over their own neighborhood.
Dr. Alex Garza says his work in the military helped prepare for devising a plan to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
A group behind a tiny plot of land in north St. Louis is hoping to have a big impact on veterans in our area.
In October, 120 feet below the surface of Table Rock Lake and partially buried in mud, something caught scuba diver Lance Stehling's eye. It was a metal bracelet, and in it was etched a story of heartbreak.
Along a busy stretch of Manchester Road near Highway 141, hangs 24 banners, each telling the story of a hometown hero.
St. Louis County Executive Dr. Sam Page announced an end to the mask mandate in the county at a press conference Monday morning. But he continues to strongly recommend that people wear a mask in public
The board of education selected Tiffany Holman-Besse as the new Parkway deputy superintendent.
A 25-year-old woman pleaded guilty Monday to several charges in connection with the stabbing death of her boyfriend's uncle and 22-month-old cousin that occurred in February 2018
A woman was shot when a fight inside a Delmar Loop bowling alley spilled onto the street Sunday night.
Surveillance video captured two men in black hoods breaking into a home located in the Walnut Park East neighborhood, according to St. Louis City police.
ST. CHARLES (KMOV.com) -- The Lindenwood Lions unveiled a milestone moment Tuesday morning. The university requested to reclassify as Division I NCAA athletics and join the Ohio Valley Conference.
State Senator Bob Onder says he will run for St. Charles County Executive this year.
For some people, deciding on their life's pursuit never ends. That would not be the case for Raymond Floyd.
County officials have claimed the husband authorized the euthanasia, something he adamantly denies
A local mayor's tirade was recorded by city employees and now some people who work for that …