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High/Low Temps Blamed for Increase in Sinus Infections

St. Louis doctors say they’re seeing an increased number of patients suffering from sinus infections and the swinging temperatures might be to blame.

01/27/2014

Cold Snap Could Mean More Catastrophic Clean-Up

Catastrophic cleaning companies have been inundated with calls from homeowners facing a mess from burst pipes or from foundations leaking after a snow melt.

01/27/2014

(photo credit: KMOX)

Missouri and Illinois Snow Removal Budgets Dwindling

The snow and ice that have been dumped on us so far this winter is now being measured in dollars both in Illinois and Missouri.

01/24/2014

(photo by The St. Louis Fire Department)

Tanker Truck and Snow Plow Collide on SB I-55

The right lane on southbound Interstate 55 at Bayless Ave. is still closed after a tanker truck carrying gasoline collided with a MoDOT snow plow.

01/21/2014

Flooding at Shenandoah Valley Elementary School (Photo from Parkway School District)

Flood Forces Parkway Elementary Students to New School

Space has been found for the 4th graders in another wing of the building, but 5th graders will temporarily move to nearby Highcroft Ridge.

01/13/2014

Side street near Tower Grove Park in south St. Louis January 10th, 2014.  (KMOX/Brian Kelly)

St. Louis City Plows Sides Streets Overnight

It was an experiment. In an unprecedented move crews in St. Louis plowed side streets overnight. How did it go?

01/10/2014

Photo: David McNew/Getty Images

Dog Chained-Up Outside Dies in Belleville Backyard

During this region’s coldest period of weather in decades, a dog was found dead outside a home in Belleville, Ill. Tuesday.

01/09/2014

baby

Doctors Expect Snowstorm Baby Boom in Nine Months

Many of us were snowbound for a few days earlier this week, and that has local maternity wards looking forward to a baby boom nine months from now.

01/09/2014

Side street in south St. Louis on Jan 6, 2014. (KMOX/Tanya Sinkovits)

Outrage from Millennials Prompts St. Louis to Reconsider Snow Removal Policy

Jeff Rainford, Mayor Francis Slay’s chief of staff told KMOX Thursday that the mayor understands the situation, and the decades-old policy is going to get a second look at the end of winter.

01/09/2014