Justina Coronel, ksdk.com

Justina Coronel

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St. Louis, MO, United States

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'That's insane': 149 cars stolen in St. Louis in one week, police say

There are two types of cars that thieves are targeting more than any other: Kias and Hyundais. → Read More

Missouri History Museum will showcase exhibits, honor the past for Black History Month

It welcomes more than 400,000 guests a year for curious minds to discover more than 175,000 collected items. → Read More

'We’ve been living by the skin of our teeth' | St. Charles Co. homeowners file petition to get help after July flood

In the meantime, the homeowners tell 5 On Your Side, they are trying to find solutions. → Read More

St. Louis artists create murals to inspire and comfort CVPA students

St. Louis artists including Art Doll, Brooklyn, Deonne Moore, Dave Ruggeri and Nicholas Coulter painted the murals inside CVPA ahead of the students' return. → Read More

Armed suspects rob St. Louis vet clinic of Ketamine and other drugs

The robbers held up the City Paws Veterinary Clinic on Vandeventer Avenue in the city's Shaw neighborhood Tuesday just as employees were closing at about 6 p.m. → Read More

New empowerment center opens in north St. Louis City to attain business growth, community development

It's in the annex at Sumner High School and $1.5 million of ARPA funds are dedicated to its growth. → Read More

'It’s amazing': Rosati-Kain celebrates staying open, leaders share detailed plans for the future

Leaders shared detailed plans for the Catholic school at a meeting Friday. → Read More

Donations uplift Prairie View Elementary after frozen pipes burst, flood classrooms

Ten classrooms were impacted, mostly fourth and fifth grade classrooms. → Read More

Improving mental health at the top of the list for New Year's resolutions

Dr. Bart Andrews says if you are feeling like you need help or support, you can call or text 988. → Read More

'We have reached our limit': APA Olivette needs help getting big dogs into homes

Adoption fees are waived for dogs weighing more than 40 pounds until the New Year. → Read More

'This is the most horrendous thing to happen to us': Home insurance lapses right before fire displaces Granite City family

Now, the family is without a home and one of their cats died in the fire. → Read More

Missouri personal property taxes due at the end of December: Here's what you need to know

If you are planning to pay in person, then plan to pay by Friday. → Read More

Annie Malone Crisis Center asks for help after pipe bursts

The center was flooded, causing it to turn away clients. → Read More

St. Louis County business owners remain optimistic despite extreme weather impacting holiday shopping

Beyond weather conditions, inflation and delivery costs have been another hurdle. → Read More

UMSL Accelerate selects 6 underrepresented entrepreneurs to launch their business

The winners participate in an eight-week course and receive a $50,000 grant. → Read More

Man pleads guilty in shooting that killed 14-year-old football phenom Jaylon McKenzie

Three people were charged with various offenses related to the shooting. → Read More

APA takes over St. Louis County Pet Adoption Center, makes changes on day 1

"It's really a big day for pets in our community," APA President and CEO said. → Read More

Police: 'One of the main actors' in string of St. Louis business burglaries in custody

According to police reports over the past six days, seven businesses were targeted. → Read More

Missouri death row inmate baptized in the days leading up to scheduled execution

"He feels like God has not been there for him. Meeting Reverend Gray has reconnected him," she said. → Read More

'We are scared for our lives': Downtown St. Louis residents beg for safety improvements

"There is a feeling among the residents of lawlessness," one resident shared. → Read More