The Missouri Alliance for Animal Legislation has issued an urgent alert surrounding the St. Louis City Animal Control. Missouri Alliance for Animal Legislation said this is not just about the welfare of the animals, it's also a public safety issue.
St. Louis County Prosecutor Wesley Bell says the pandemic has created a tremendous backlog of cases and needs additional staffing to help keep the community safe.
Latasha Smith has lived and worked in the Dutchtown neighborhood for five years and has made it her mission to help improve the neighborhood she calls home.
As the St. Louis metro area heads toward a holiday weekend and summer, wheels are in motion to make the entire area safer.
After a tough year, St. Louis Public School seniors celebrated the end of high school with a bit of fanfare. The students received their diplomas on the field of Busch Stadium, the first time ever for the home of the Cardinals to host a graduation.
A News 4 investigation revealed a shocking number of students are failing high school at districts across the St. Louis region. We asked local districts to provide grades numbers and we're seeing the strain virtual learning has put on students in our area.
Doug Vaughn returned to his hometown of St. Louis to join KMOV Channel 4 as a Sports Anchor and Reporter in 1988.
Maurice Drummond co-anchors News 4 This Morning with Marissa Hollowed, weekday mornings starting at 4:00 a.m.
Chief Meteorologist Steve Templeton forecasts the weather for News 4 every weekday evening from 4 to 10.
- Humidity: 55%
- Cloud Coverage: 23%
- Wind: 9 mph
- UV Index: 5 Moderate
- Sunrise: 07:04:57 AM
- Sunset: 06:33:37 PM
Mostly sunny. Much cooler. High 57F. Winds N at 10 to 15 mph.
Mainly clear. Low 33F. Winds light and variable.
Mainly sunny. High 62F. Winds WSW at 10 to 15 mph.
News 4 Investigates
News 4 Investigates asked Schmitt for the science and data that he referenced when he claimed that masks are ineffective.
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.
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.
The “People’s Convoy” is one of the several trucker-led protests happening across the country right now. They claim their freedoms are being run over by COVID-19 mandates and mitigations. All of these truckers are working to make their way to Washington D.C. by this weekend
There is a large law enforcement presence at the scene in the Arden-Arcade neighborhood.
Management says a deal must be reached by the end of Monday’s negotiations to salvage a March 31 start to the regular season and a 162-game schedule.
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.