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It's a street traveled by tourists, cruised along side of by barges and passed over on daily commutes, but most people who drive along Leonor K. Sullivan have no idea why it's named after her.
You've heard the saying birds of a feather flock together, but sometimes those flocks are down right ridiculous.
Look or listen to just about any television or radio station in St. Louis and you'll notice darn near every one of them starts with the letter K and well that's no coincidence.
Chances are you have seen a big orange character in Missouri construction zones. Thanks to Marty McMahan, NewsChannel 5's Heidi Glaus found out more about Barrel Bob in this week's Hey Heidi segment.
It is a true St. Louis treasure; a door into the past, when a jerk was just the guy making your soda.
It is a sight to see not the image, but rather the sheer size of the video board that typically hangs above center ice.
This week's question for "Hey Heidi" is all about severe weather season.
It's often said there are two guarantees with concrete. One, it will harden and two, it's going to crack. Of course, it's the cracking that causes headaches for homeowners.
Long before there were facemasks, at a time when shoulder pads where puny, the Saint Louis University football team threw itself into the history books.
They are passed by, driven over and crawled into, but what seems to draw the most attention to manholes downtown is the steam rising from them.
His name doesn't exactly roll off the tongue, but his work rolls onto your television screen daily.
They say the more things change, the more they stay the same; there are few places where it's more true than at a firehouse.
St. Louis, MO (KSDK) - Losing weight is always in the top ten when it comes to new year's resolutions.
It is St. Louis company that began in 1918 and over the years has built everything from automotive plants to hospitals throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.