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Past articles by Dori:

These live webcams show road, traffic conditions in Missouri

See livestreams throughout the state as severe weather moves across Missouri. → Read More

16 Halloween costumes you can make at the last minute

Here's how to make easy Halloween costumes for cheap or free, using items at home or from craft, dollar and thrift stores. → Read More

Missouri and Illinois political leaders react to overturning of Roe V. Wade

Elected officials and candidates in Missouri and Illinois responded to the ruling Friday. → Read More

Saint Louis Zoo says goodbye to gorilla

Western lowland gorilla Nadaya is at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, Washington after leaving the Saint Louis Zoo. He moved as part of a breeding recommendation. → Read More

This St. Louis library was named one of the most beautiful in the US

Noted for its architecture, SLPL’s Central Library was named one of the “11 Most Beautiful Libraries in the United States” by Fodor’s Travel. It's in Downtown West. → Read More

25-foot tank explodes in Hazelwood, prompting large response

Employees at the asphalt company were offloading tar when a spark ignited a fire inside the tank. Heavy smoke could be seen for miles. → Read More

Blue Angels return to Chesterfield for this weekend's Spirit of St. Louis Air Show

The Navy's St. Louis County-made F/A-18 Super Hornets will perform at the air show and STEM expo in Chesterfield this weekend. Here's when to see the Blue Angels. → Read More

Car stopped on I-70 leads to fatal crash in St. Louis

St. Louis police said a pickup driver hit an empty car, which was stopped in the middle of the highway. → Read More

St. Louis County employee charged in federal COVID relief kickback scheme

Tony Weaver is the Change Management Coordinator at the St. Louis County Justice Services Center. He was indicted Tuesday on federal wire fraud charges. → Read More

Teens who escaped St. Louis County juvenile facility back in custody

Two teenagers who escaped from the St. Louis County Juvenile Detention Center have been found and taken back into custody. The 17-year-olds got out on May 29. → Read More

Beloved garden nursery closing its doors this month

Bayer’s Garden Shop cited “dramatic increases in operating costs” along with a staffing shortage. It has locations in south St. Louis city and Imperial, Missouri. → Read More

St. Louis County Library program connects kids with free lunch all summer long

St. Louis County Library and Operation Food Search have partnered up again to provide lunch to children at several branch locations. Here's a list of locations. → Read More

Crash leaves man dead in St. Louis County

The crash happened Saturday night near Lewis and Clark Boulevard and St. Cyr Road. A man driving a Chevy Equinox was killed in an accident with a Volvo. → Read More

20-year-old found shot to death in car in St. Louis County

Woodson Terrace police requested help from the Major Case Squad, which is now handling the homicide investigation. → Read More

St. Louis mayor tests positive for COVID, is asymptomatic

City Mayor Jones was notified she was exposed to the coronavirus after attending two events. She tested positive on antigen and PCR tests and is asymptomatic. → Read More

St. Louis celebrates Pride: A list of events and specials

PrideFest is coming back Downtown, along with other celebrations. And several restaurants are having specials with proceeds going to LGBTQ+ organizations. → Read More

Toasted ravioli restaurant opens inside City Foundry Food Hall

A restaurant that is so St. Louis is now open inside City Foundry. STL Toasted is a kitchen dedicated solely to toasted raviolis, affectionately known as t-ravs. → Read More

The 'Keebler Elf Tree' to be removed in Tower Grove Park

The “Keebler Elf Tree” in south St. Louis' city park looks like it belongs in a fairy tale book. But the catalpa tree is decaying and posing a danger to visitors. → Read More

Man pulled from Meramec River in Castlewood State Park has died

A 19-year-old man was on the bank of the river and slid into the water. He spent 15 minutes underwater before he was pulled onto the bank, a fire official said. → Read More

Police officer wanted after stalking charges filed in St. Charles

William Gary Barnes II is a police officer with the New Florence police. He's charged with nonconsensual dissemination of private sexual images and stalking. → Read More