Christina Coleman,

Christina Coleman

St. Louis, MO, United States

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Past articles by Christina:

Community steps up to help 3 children left without parents after deadly crash

After the parents were killed in a crash, their extended family stepped up to help. → Read More

Jerseyville boy recovers from deadly crash

He was rescued from a crushed vehicle that was hanging over a ditch. → Read More

Man says a Lake St. Louis store sold him a sick, dying dog

Carl Swope was excited to bring the Yorkshire Terrier home to his other dog. However, his joy was short lived. → Read More

Parents keeping their fingers crossed that it won't be another snow day

Parents are encouraged to try and have a plan in place for an unexpected snow day. → Read More

St. Louis man buying life-saving tourniquets for local officers

It's Mark Benkelmann's way of giving back to the community and helping law enforcement save lives. → Read More

St. Louis Urban K-Life helps teens in dangerous, north St. Louis neighborhoods

K-Life also provides one big meal to the teenagers each week and serves between 300 to 400 children a year. → Read More

Man breaks into pastor's house overnight and crashes family's SUV

He got away with about $2000 in electronics including the family’s big-screen TV, Xbox One and a guitar. → Read More

Reasons St. Louis police officers can make the exclusion list

Gardner's exclusion list now has 29 officers on it. She said officers can make the list for four reasons. → Read More

St. Louis' worst-kept secret: An open-air drug market

Police know about it. And if you think the drugs stay in the city, think again. → Read More

Retired corrections officer surprised with badge damaged in house fire

Louis West's Rock Hill house burned down last June. He thought his badge would be damaged forever. → Read More

Gateway Arch hosts celebration to thank St. Louis community after government shutdown

Even the sun showed up to welcome guests back to the Gateway Arch on Saturday. → Read More

St. Louis helps furloughed mom as part of Love Thy Neighbor Challenge

He still wants to help out two other people. Send our newsroom an email if you would like to get in touch with him. → Read More

St. Charles family warns about moving company

Moving from St. Charles to Seattle was supposed to be the hard part, but things got much worse this weekend. → Read More

Local rapper with autism goes after his dreams

C-Quig is a high school junior inspiring his community with his music. → Read More

Christmas doesn't matter to thieves who stole truck from grandmother raising 2 kids

Teenagers stole a north couny grandmother's truck. → Read More

Family warning neighbors after dog is mauled, killed by wild animal

A mystery animal mauled a family dog in Glendale. → Read More

Important question about gun safety for parents

Dr. Kennedy says a question could save your child's life. → Read More

President Trump to meet Better Family Life's James Clark

Efforts to stop gun violence in St. Louis is on the federal government's radar and it's bringing even more attention to the gun de-escalation centers in north St. Louis city and county. → Read More

Boy Scout troop's trailer burglarized and ransacked

Troop 551 sells about 300 Christmas trees each year at the church and use the money for a summer trip. The troop didn't let the ransacked trailer stop them from doing business. → Read More

Severe scooter injuries in St. Louis worry local doctors

Between Aug. 6 and Oct. 20 of this year, the doctors confirmed at least 68 scooter-related injuries treated in their emergency department alone. → Read More