Here is the latest forecast for June 23 from 5 On Your Side Meteorologist Anthony Slaughter.
Updated: 5:19 AM CDT June 23, 2021
It's being called an epidemic — but doctors say you can take preventative measures
Updated: 10:23 PM CDT June 21, 2021
The report cards are in for how safe your kids' buses are.
Published: 6:10 AM CDT June 23, 2021
Alumnae will give directly to their alma mater with all donations staying at each respective school. For more information, visit stlgsu.org.
Published: 8:51 PM CDT June 22, 2021
Lindbergh High School teacher Sandy Olive claimed $21,000 in her "Jeopardy!" debut Tuesday.
Published: 6:47 PM CDT June 22, 2021
Police are working to determine the cause of death
Published: 6:11 PM CDT June 22, 2021
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Published: 5:48 PM CDT June 22, 2021
The Urban League says it attempts to deescalate the violence
Published: 5:18 PM CDT June 22, 2021
Sandy Olive is an English teacher
Published: 4:37 PM CDT June 22, 2021
The 27-year-old suspect was identified as Noah Sharp of St. Louis
Published: 4:18 PM CDT June 22, 2021
Published: 11:39 AM CDT June 22, 2021
Bidding on the uniform began at $10,000. As of Monday afternoon, the current bid sits at $96,800
Published: 10:28 AM CDT June 22, 2021
The community college district wants to raise property takes by $.08 per $100 of assessed valuation
Published: 10:17 AM CDT June 22, 2021
No officers were injured in the incident
Published: 10:07 AM CDT June 22, 2021
The storm Sunday night damaged more than 100 homes, toppled trees, knocked out power and caused multiple injuries.
Published: 2:05 PM CDT June 21, 2021
Authorities in Alabama say a suspected tornado spurred by Tropical Storm Claudette demolished or badly damaged at least 50 homes in a small town near Florida.
Published: 1:55 PM CDT June 19, 2021
President Biden signed a bill Thursday declaring Juneteenth as a national holiday. He called the day, an, "important moment in our history."
Published: 3:15 PM CDT June 17, 2021
US President Biden called Thursday a, "really, really really important moment in our history." Thursday Biden signed a bill making Juneteenth a national holiday.
Published: 3:03 PM CDT June 17, 2021
Speaking in the East Room, US Vice President Kamala Harris talked about the "many names" Juneteenth has been known as, adding "National Holiday" to the list.
Published: 2:55 PM CDT June 17, 2021
Journalists around the country explore the history of anti-Asian hate in the U.S., stereotypes and microaggressions we're still fighting, and where to go from here.
Published: 7:31 PM CDT May 18, 2021
The U.S. women's soccer team will be looking to avenge a bitter defeat at the Rio Olympics. It will take players like Crystal Dunn to do it.
Published: 9:18 PM CDT June 16, 2021
Answering questions at a press conference following a four-hour summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Joe Biden talks foreign policy
Published: 12:59 PM CDT June 16, 2021
President Joe Biden responds to questions about Russian election interference and Alexei Navalny in prison, after summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin
Published: 12:51 PM CDT June 16, 2021
The pair met for nearly four hours, first in a smaller session and later in a larger meeting that was expanded to include more officials from both sides.
Published: 12:39 PM CDT June 16, 2021
Have you spent the past year and a half climbing the walls at home? Well, then the Tokyo games will have something great for you this summer -- sport climbing.
Published: 12:10 AM CDT June 16, 2021
There is nothing grander in Japan's wonderful sporting tradition than sumo wrestling.
Published: 12:19 AM CDT June 16, 2021
Dr. Anthony Fauci said the COVID-19 Delta variant is now the "greatest threat" to the country's effort to eliminate the disease.
Published: 6:07 AM CDT June 23, 2021
Jones was one of three mayors to get a meeting with the nation's top infectious disease expert.
Published: 10:18 PM CDT June 22, 2021
The City of St. Louis trails St. Louis County, the state of Missouri and the country as a whole when it comes to vaccination rates
Published: 6:22 PM CDT June 22, 2021
It is part of a meeting for the U.S. Conference of Mayors
Published: 10:14 AM CDT June 22, 2021
One reason is that the Delta variant, which is more infectious and potentially more deadly than other variants, has become dominant
Published: 10:20 PM CDT June 21, 2021
Each person who receives a vaccine at the event will get a voucher good for two free tickets to a 2021 Cardinals game
Published: 10:27 AM CDT June 21, 2021
96% of coronavirus cases are the new variant
Published: 8:50 AM CDT June 19, 2021
The contest is weekly beginning July 8, and there's a college fund prize for children
Published: 6:17 PM CDT June 17, 2021
Health experts cite two factors driving the surge: The presence of the faster-spreading Delta variant, and a reluctance among residents to get vaccinated.
Published: 6:26 PM CDT June 16, 2021
With improving infection numbers, organizers have decided these clinics are no longer necessary.
Published: 6:45 PM CDT June 15, 2021
Jones is scheduled to make the announcement during a press conference at 1 p.m. Tuesday
Published: 10:46 AM CDT June 15, 2021
The bill also prohibits local COVID-19 vaccine passports for residents using public services
Published: 10:39 AM CDT June 15, 2021
It's proclaimed “The Most Beautiful Small Town in America.” But just under the surface, there’s something darker in Bardstown, Kentucky.
Published: 12:01 PM CST January 12, 2021
Bizarre behavior and stories don’t add up after a toddler vanishes on a family camping trip. This is the relentless search to find out what happened.
Published: 4:34 PM CST January 22, 2021
DNA evidence in the JonBenet Ramsey case doesn't support a controversial development: a former prosecutor's decision to clear the girl's family from all suspicion.
Published: 7:13 PM CST February 9, 2021
Paul John Knowles is the “Casanova Killer.” His devilish smirk, charming demeanor and flowing whiskey-colored hair helped mask his deadly secret.
Published: 2:12 PM CST February 2, 2021
A young girl from Exeter, Ca. was murdered in 1975. The jury convicted a local handyman, but did the real killer get away?
Published: 4:27 PM CST January 22, 2021
A year after the Austin bombings, investigators open up about how they retraced the bomber's steps to find him.
Published: 11:04 AM CST January 25, 2021
Brittany Zamora was arrested for allegedly having sexual contact with her 13-year-old student.
Published: 4:17 PM CST January 25, 2021
In 1991, four teenage girls were murdered in a North Austin yogurt shop. Decades later, investigators continue to work to solve the crimes.
Published: 4:36 PM CST February 3, 2021
Two years after Nanette was found in her burned home with a gunshot wound to her head, her family hopes new information will cause a break in the case.
Published: 1:22 PM CST February 2, 2021
Years after Adrienne Salinas's body was found, her murder remains unsolved.
Published: 10:32 AM CST January 15, 2021
Tammy Grogan's 2006 dream cruise turned into a nightmare when the single mother never returned.
On June 28, 2018, 5 employees of the Annapolis Capital Gazette were killed in a mass shooting. We detail how survivors spent the past year navigating their grief.
Published: 8:25 AM CST January 26, 2021
She tweeted a photo of herself at the Arch ahead of this weekend's Gymnastics trials.
Published: 6:38 PM CDT June 22, 2021
Lilly King doesn't mind being a villain when it comes to swimming, because as she points out, "being feared is empowering."
Published: 3:58 PM CDT June 17, 2021
There is a creativity to Noah Lyles that can't be contained simply by his expressions after victories on the track
Published: 3:57 PM CDT June 17, 2021
Once just known as Randall Cunningham's daughter, Vashti is making a name for herself
Published: 3:54 PM CDT June 17, 2021
Brighton Zeuner is no stranger to skateboarding royalty, and she is hoping she can join their ranks at the Tokyo Olympics.
Published: 3:51 PM CDT June 17, 2021
It is hard enough to make a fourth Olympic team at 32, but it will be an even greater achievement for Adrian if he does it after surviving a battle with cancer
Published: 3:46 PM CDT June 17, 2021
When surfing makes its Olympic debut in Tokyo this summer, it will be the culmination of all that Kolohe Andino has worked toward since age 10.
Published: 12:03 AM CDT June 17, 2021
Five-time Olympic gold medalist Nathan Adrian was preparing for his fourth Olympic team when a cancer diagnosis threw his life into turmoil. He fought back.
Published: 11:58 PM CDT June 16, 2021
Adeline Gray is a five-time world champion in wrestling but heads to Tokyo still looking for her first Olympic medal.
Published: 11:32 PM CDT June 16, 2021
Brighton Zeuner could be one of the first skateboarders to represent the U.S. at the Olympics.
Published: 11:31 PM CDT June 16, 2021
There is a simple recipe to trying to become the fastest man on Earth: Run straight, as fast as you can. But for Noah Lyles, creativity is at his core.
Published: 9:37 PM CDT June 16, 2021
The question is not how much more Simone Biles can do. The question is, how high can she go while doing it?
Published: 9:33 PM CDT June 16, 2021
Every second, Americans receive 62 robocalls. Right before the pandemic began, we set out to find a serial robocaller.
Published: 10:41 AM CDT May 7, 2021
One of out of every 6 American adults loses money every year from phone scams, costing victims a total of $10 billion, according to Hiya State of the Calls Report.
Published: 10:27 AM CDT May 7, 2021
While the streets department fixes standard street lights, it won't replace decorative lights without alderperson-allocated funds, even when live wires lie beneath.
Published: 10:18 PM CDT June 17, 2021
We set out find out who are the robocallers, who are the victims and what can be done to stop the calls.
Published: 5:33 PM CDT May 14, 2021
The federal government fined many local nursing homes for infection control problems at the same time it paid them incentive money for low infection rates
Published: 10:46 PM CDT June 10, 2021
Published: 6:25 PM CDT June 10, 2021
A shortage of dispatchers may mean you're going to be put on hold if you call to report an emergency
Published: 5:12 PM CDT June 7, 2021
I-Team investigation found that many of woman's claims of improper practices by lot operators had merit
Published: 6:46 PM CDT June 4, 2021
Nicolle didn't know she was undocumented until she was 15. Rob thinks immigrants should come through legally or not at all.
Published: 11:48 AM CDT June 18, 2021
Officer Matt Yoder is a veteran police officer. Corry Dawkins is a 27-year-old with a troubled past. Here’s what happened when the two men came together.
Published: 11:21 AM CDT June 18, 2021
Learn about the weather, tourism, and recreation outlook. We look at the best and worst of St. Louis area summers.
Published: 6:24 PM CDT June 12, 2021
Missouri Department of Conservation shares tips for safe interactions with plants and wildlife in the St. Louis area. This is Pt. 2 of the Spring into Summer special
Published: 6:26 PM CDT June 12, 2021
From city pools to the St. Louis Zoo, there is plenty to do in the bi-state area. This is part 3 of the Spring into Summer special.
Published: 6:31 PM CDT June 12, 2021
5 On Your Side Chief Meteorologist Scott Connell gives the St. Louis area weather outlook. This is part 4 of the Spring into Summer special.
Published: 6:33 PM CDT June 12, 2021
Meet the people making positive change in their communities in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
Published: 3:38 PM CDT April 30, 2021
The story of the Walker Sisters who continued living in the Great Smoky Mountains after it became a national park still fascinates visitors.
Published: 9:50 AM CST January 26, 2021
American moms are dying from childbirth. Black women are up to four times more at risk. This series examines why.
Published: 2:27 PM CST January 25, 2021
Over the course of a year, this documentary follows a charismatic principal as she sets out to undo history.
Published: 12:43 PM CST February 2, 2021
Last year, antibody tests got a lot of attention, as people wanted to figure out if they’d had COVID-19 and whether or not they were protected from the virus.
Published: 4:02 PM CDT June 7, 2021
If you have any Amazon or Ring devices, Amazon will start sharing your WiFi with your neighbors on June 8. Everyone is automatically enrolled.
Published: 10:21 PM CDT June 7, 2021
President Joe Biden has released his proposed budget and the omission of federal student loan debt forgiveness has caught many people's attention.
Published: 9:30 AM CDT June 7, 2021
Several TikTok videos claim the lumber shortage was created to boost profits in the lumber industry.
Published: 12:37 PM CDT June 7, 2021
Franchisee in Illinois is giving away cellphones to attract workers at his three stores, but it's only the phone and not a plan
Published: 10:55 PM CDT June 3, 2021
Governor Parson is ending the extra $300 a week in unemployment aid coming from the federal government on June 12th. Can Missouri spend it on something else?
Published: 10:19 PM CDT May 27, 2021
Coronavirus is a respiratory virus and a mosquito breathes through its exoskeleton
Published: 6:04 PM CDT May 27, 2021
You can ask for proof of vaccination, but some bills in Missouri and Illinois could make that more difficult.
Published: 2:44 PM CDT May 27, 2021
Letters are landing in local mailboxes claiming to be from the White House. A 5 On Your Side viewer asked the VERIFY team to find out if they are legit
Published: 10:35 PM CDT May 13, 2021
Experts say they are hopeful the country will reach that milestone soon as the current count is getting close to the low.
Published: 9:58 AM CDT May 13, 2021
VERIFY investigator Gabe Cohen explains whether or not the COVID vaccine doses for kids are the same as the shots adults are getting.
Published: 2:18 PM CDT May 7, 2021
Recently, those against wearing a mask are claiming online they have the support of Stanford and the National Institutes of Health
Published: 10:10 PM CDT May 6, 2021