Mighty Mox at GO! St. Louis Marathon

This week the Mighty Mox Street Team made a special appearance at the annual GO! Saint Louis Marathon downtown. We were set up outside Soldier’s Memorial and had a blast! While it was pretty cold […]


Former U.S. Congressman WIlliam "Bill" Clay stands near the sign bearing his name that will soon be posted at the entrances to the Poplar Street Bridge. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Poplar Street Bridge Renamed In Honor Of Former Congressman William “Bill” Clay Sr.

Honored for his 33 years of service representing St. Louis on Capitol Hill.


7/25/12-Lots of gesturing behind closed doors Wednesday as representatives from the East-West Council of Governments from both sides of the river discuss the future of a ramp that currently carries traffic from eastbound I-70 onto the Poplar Street Bridge into Illinois. In the end, a final decision was pushed back to September. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Final Decision On PSB On-Ramp Pushed Back To September

One member of East-West Gateway calls latest delay “ridiculous”.


(KMOX/Brett Blume)

Section Of 18th Street Near Union Station Collapses

Race to make repairs before bad weather arrives.



MoDOT to Shut Down I-64 West of PSB Saturday

One-day project will let crews replace bearings on downtown bridge.



Man Charged in Fatal Drunk Driving Crash on Poplar Street Bridge

26-year-old driver Brandon Garcia had BAC of .16 when he struck pedestrians, knocking one over edge of bridge.



Weekend Road Closures Downtown

Traffic lanes closed on PSB, WB I-64 shut down at Jefferson.


7/25/11-Police work a scene outside Nu-Way Services at 7450 Hall St., where a man's body was found by workers early Monday. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Man’s Body Found Outside North St. Louis Business

Homicide detectives called to scene, but police say this may not have been a murder.



MoDOT To Close Westbound 64/40 At PSB This Weekend

Crews retro-fitting PSB for earthquake safety.


KMOX/Kevin Killeen

Can HWY 40 Double-Deck Withstand a Quake?

Poplar Street bridge carries about 100,000 vehicles per day over Mississippi River.



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