Allred's daughter was born three months premature. Then Allred underwent a transplant, which meant looser COVID-19 restrictions didn't apply to her.
Sandy Olive, a sophomore English teacher, makes her debut Tuesday as a contestant on the game show, which airs at 4:30 p.m. on KSDK (Channel 5).
Of the largest 200 U.S. cities, our fair burg was No. 123, with below-median marks in four of the eight categories used in tabulations by Lawn…
"Karst of Perry County" will air at 11:30 a.m. Sunday on WSIU (Channel 8). It will be available Monday to watch on the station website (wsiu.org).
Two Hubbard-St. Louis stations — classic rock KSHE and alt-rock KPNT — took the top pair of spots in May ratings from Nielsen. KLOU came in at No. 3.
Coming to St. Louis and KTVI in June 1985, Madden will work his last shift on July 1 and then move to the East Coast to be closer to his children.
Bailon was named Monday as the board's newest member, becoming the eighth new appointment in the last nine months.
Also, the full trailer for another film Hamm is featured in, "No Sudden Move," is open for viewing. It's a busy month for the St. Louis native.
The pound cakes from the Kirkwood bakery were picked as the state's best by the website "Eat This, Not That." The shop opened in 2016.
Pepper Baker, a former college volleyball player, worked for three years in Georgia as an education reporter and weekend anchor. She starts July 12.
Best known for his devotion to the St. Louis Browns, Ed Wheatley has written a book about the popular local TV show.
Dr. Bryan Meyers, thoracic surgery chief at Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Hospital, raises natural food products on a Perry County farm.
In the latest listings from WalletHub, we were No. 27 out of the largest 182 cities in the U.S. — thanks to our stellar ranking in food/entertainment.
Cohen has posted a photo of Andrew "Andy" Neiman on his Facebook page, saying Neiman walked away May 21 from a care facility and has not been found.
Rabbitt (Ron Elz) has been off-air since March 2020, and his Saturday night show won't be back until Cardinal baseball season ends, station says.
A Mizzou grad, meteorologist Mahoney came to STL in June 2019. She has landed a new job but is not free to discuss details, she said on social media.
Nagus announced on social media Thursday that starting in July he will take a position with E.W. Scripps Co. as a "storytelling and content" director.
Her contract expired in May and was not renewed, a station exec said. Budelman came to STL in 2019 and later became a host of "Show Me St. Louis."
Reid took over several weeks ago as news editor. This is his second stint at the newspaper, having been its city editor from 1996 until 2009.
On July 31, Youth Activity Park in Dardenne Prairie will be the site of a qualifying meet in the Red Bull UCI Pump Track World Championship races.
After missing many organized cycling events due to the pandemic, Trailnet is bringing back five classic rides that were cancelled or altered in 2020.
In a study of the 200 largest cities in the United States, LawnStarter has ranked us at No. 92. Seems we're solid on safety, but clammy on climate.