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A tug pushes a barge to shore underneath the Eads Bridge on the Mississippi River in St. Louis on December 7, 2012. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Man Killed in Fall After Tugboat Hits Eads Bridge

Fire officials say the impact from a towboat traveling southbound caused the man to fall from some scaffolding on which he was working on and land on the towboat.

07/16/2015

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Woman’s Body Found Floating Down Mississippi River

Police are trying to identify a woman’s body found floating in the Mississippi River in St. Louis

06/03/2015

(KMOX/Michael Calhoun)

Storms Take Toll on Power in Downtown St. Louis

Ameren Missouri reports several blocks of downtown St. Louis were hit by a power outage this morning when heavy rainwater swamped an underground power station at 8th and Pine.

04/07/2015

Eads Bridge on 5/22/12 (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Fire on Eads Bridge Next to MetroLink Tracks

A wooden walking platform was on fire near the light rail tracks on the bridge.

02/04/2015

Photo: UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Body Found in Mississippi River Downtown

A man’s body was first spotted by a tug boat crew near the Eads Bridge

07/19/2014

Photo/KMOV TV

Stranded Barges Close Two Bridges for Over an Hour

The Eads and MLK have reopened

07/10/2014

Photo: Getty Images

I-44 Section to Close This Weekend

MoDOT will close I-44 from Broadway near the Edward Jones Dome to the Poplar Street Bridge.

07/08/2014

Photo: UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Lewis & Clark Statue Moving from Riverfront

The bronze statue officially known as “The Captains’ Return” is being moved from its current location beneath Eads Bridge later today.

04/17/2014

Workers patch the tower legs of the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge on July 23, 2013. Photo via MoDOT/IDOT

Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge Will Open Feb. 9

Transportation officials will celebrate the completion of the bridge on February 8, 2014 and open it up for the traffic the next morning.

12/12/2013

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3 Years of Work Begins on St. Louis’ Eads Bridge

St. Louis-area commuters who use the Eads Bridge may want to consider alternatives for the next three years.

10/01/2012

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