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The owners of the Crestwood Mall are shutting it down and putting up barricades to all the entrances.
For more than 30 years, a former Westlake landfill worker has kept a secret.
If you're eating or drinking right now, especially a juice box, you might want to set it down for a moment.
The wrong kind of hotel guests are checking into luxury hotels across St. Louis. They are sex traffickers - selling girls, women and boys in one to five star hotels.
The St. Clair County Circuit judge at the center of a drug scandal and charged with heroin possession, handled 90 percent of the circuit's drug court cases.
The St. Charles County prosecutor is about to take his very first sex trafficking case to court.
The non-descript hotel room is full of men and a few women. One of them is young and blonde.
It is high school graduation season. Many of the new grads are among the 1 million people who will walk into a so-called "for-profit school" like Sanford Brown.
A long time feud between two neighbors has the I-Team digging for answers and trying to make peace.
A tip that came into our newsroom led to a story about a 4-year-old boy who was attacked by a dog at the Missouri Veteran's Home in north St. Louis County.
What if you called 911 and there were no ambulances available?
Genetic tests can do anything from determining paternity to proving someone's guilt or innocence. But can your genes tell you if you or your kids could be among the top athletes?
Would you ever hire a contractor who couldn't read a tape measure or stay within your size limits? You already have, and it has cost you millions of dollars.
Could Todd Akin be the new comeback kid?
St. Louis County Board of Equalization has ruled in favor of Kirkwood Schools in a battle that seems to pit the interest of children and their education against the interest of seniors and their retirement community.
In an email sent exclusively to NewsChannel 5's Leisa Zigman, Adolphus Busch IV, heir to the Busch family throne, asked the gun rights group to "immediately" remove his name from their membership roles.
In response to an I-Team report Tuesday, MorphoTrust USA sent a copy of a letter it sent to Missouri's Department of Revenue in March. The letter outlines its National Security Agreement with the United States Government and details how it protects personal records.
Seven members of 18-year-old Matthew Pellegrini's family spoke through tears at a sentencing hearing in St. Louis Circuit Court Thursday. Each family member asked the judge to reject a plea agreement made without their consent.
Was it murder or an accident? A St. Louis crime is making international headlines because it is so shocking and bizarre.
A sign that recently went up in Faust Park in Chesterfield had professional photographers so upset they voiced outrage on KSDK's facebook page and asked the I-Team's Leisa Zigman to investigate new fees that seemed to have been enacted over night.
St. Louis Head Start leaders are fighting back after calls to defund the early child hood program get louder. Bloggers, some politicians, and both right and left wing groups have labeled the program a multi-billion dollar failure.
As Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul fights for his political life, NewsChannel 5's I-Team spent the day looking at how much the impeachment process is costing Ellisville taxpayers.
Sources tell NewsChannel 5's I-Team that Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster will file suit against Republic Services, the owner of the Bridgeton landfill, Wednesday morning.
NewsChannel 5's I-Team has uncovered serious flaws with Missouri's sex offender registry.
Last month, the I-Team reported extensively about unusual cancers and birth defects in Florissant, Hazelwood, Spanish Lake and other communities where Coldwater Creek flows.
Law enforcement in St. Louis says 25-year-old Samwell Fowler figured out a way to break his parole and avoid signing Missouri's sex offender registry for the past five years.
On the heels of an I-Team investigation into whether a luxury retirement complex in Kirkwood should qualify for tax exempt status, the county assessor is weighing in.
Following Thursday's explosion, the I-Team reviewed OSHA records between 2008 and 2013.
A staggering number of cancers, birth defects and illnesses first reported by the I-Team earlier this month has at least one local oncologist calling our findings, "an event."
Bills. We all have them, even if we don't like them.