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Justina Coronel


St. Louis, MO, United States

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Recent articles by Justina:

Missouri LGBTQ advocates urging more robust response to monkeypox

There's a short supply of JYNNEOS vaccines nationwide and locally. → Read More

St. Louis area teens get paid $1,000 to learn the trades as a career path

The ultimate goal is to empower students with options beyond college. → Read More

Here's how to help St. Louis nonprofits after record rainfall destroys its items, offices

The Little Bit Foundation helps 14,000 kids in 42 schools by removing barriers for students to learn. → Read More

Survivors share memories of 1973 crash of Flight 809 that killed 38 near St. Louis

The plane crashed in Normandy, Missouri, killing 38 people. → Read More

St. Louis organization finds success in helping Black children beyond the classroom

The Legacy Institute works to provide minority students resources for lifelong success. → Read More

'It does save lives': New 988 suicide prevention number will have faster response times

The official launch date is July 16, but that 988 number has already been up and running for a few months. → Read More

What Missouri voters should know before August primary election

This year it's bumping up the number of satellite sites for in-person absentee voting. → Read More

'We want her back': Alton business owner fighting for her life after serious crash while visiting Jamaica

The money is being used to help Campbell come back to the states for surgery and aftercare plans. → Read More

How will President Biden's executive order on access to abortion impact Missouri and Illinois?

It seems right now, both sides of the issue are still trying to learn more about what this order will be able to do. → Read More

'She was savagely beaten': Berkeley man charged with violent murder of neighbor

Neighbors said the victim, Eileen Schnitker, was a sweet woman and a retired nurse. → Read More

'He’s a fighter': Winfield comes together to help firefighter battling brain cancer

Roy Lewis has dedicated the last few years to the community and the Winfield Foley Fire Protection District. → Read More

Top aide to Sam Page quits after video of sex act surfaces

The video reviewed by 5 On Your Side shows Chief of Staff Calvin Harris engaged in a sex act in an office. → Read More

St. Louis city, county propose using federal COVID funds for people seeking reproductive health care

The St. Louis county executive held a news conference to describe the plan following the Supreme Court ruling on abortion. The city is looking at a similar plan. → Read More

'I will not prosecute abortion cases' St. Louis County Prosecutor says

Bell made it clear that he was not interested in assigning resources to prosecute abortion providers. → Read More

Roe v. Wade reaction: St. Louis doulas worry about maternal mortality rates increasing in minority communities

Black women living in Missouri are four times more likely to die within one year of pregnancy than white women. → Read More

Not all St. Louis faith leaders agree on overturning of Roe v. Wade

While some religious leaders are rejoycing over the Supreme Court decision, others say it goes against their faith. → Read More

Celebrating St. Louis' LGBTQ community throughout the decades

St. Louis’ LGBTQ community has fought through injustice and celebrated triumphs. It was 1980 when St. Louis had its first Gay and Lesbian Pride Celebration. → Read More

Father of Tyre Sampson wants public apology, Orland ride taken down after son falls to his death

Yarnell Sampson wants the ICON Park FreeFall ride to be removed. He also wants a public apology and a permanent memorial for St. Louis area teen Tyre Sampson. → Read More

'We don't want to quit' | Small trucking operators fight to stay afloat amid high gas prices

It's a new record high for gas prices. On Friday, the statewide average for diesel fuel in Missouri is $5.79. → Read More

St. Louis summer camps use creative ways to try and beat the heat

At one camp, kids were supposed to wear firefighter gear but it's just too hot to do so. → Read More