Power Outages Can Cause Mold, Bacteria in FoodIt's best not to take any chances with you or your family's health in the wake of the recent power outages.
Flood Relief Volunteers Warned of Potential Health RisksFlood waters and standing water present several public health threats including infectious diseases, chemical hazards and injuries.
EXCLUSIVE: Local Syrian Refugees Living in SqualorCharlie Brennan finds mice, bugs and no electricity in the home of a Syrian refugee family.
U.City Officials Say 'Yes' to New Police HeadquartersThe current headquarters was recently condemned due to the presence of mold and asbestos.
Wet Weather Causes Mold Buildup Inside HomesMold that usually is outside gets pushed inside and can begin growing on sofas, mattresses, carpeting and towels
Mold Temporarily Closes Classrooms in South St. Louis Grade SchoolReports of mold at one Catholic grade school in South St. Louis have parents worried that their children won't have a school to go to.
Cleanup of Missouri's 600,000 Moldy Books BeginsMizzou begins their moldy cleanup by renting a former design showroom to store about 600,000 books to be cleaned and restored.
Mold Found in MO State Pen, Tours StoppedMold found in buildings at a former state prison has forced an end to tours at the Missouri State Penitentiary for the remainder of the year
Cahokia Post Office To Reopen after Mold ProblemsCrews spent the past week cleaning up the Cahokia facility to make it safe for workers and customers.
Flood Threat Easing, But Health Concerns RemainMold spores, rotting fields left behind by receding floodwaters.
Home Improvement Show - Saturday, May 28thScott takes calls from listeners concerning mold, mildew, and a number of other topics. Saturdays 11-2 p.m.
Total Information AM - Thursday, May 5thBrian Kelley joined us to talk about the Christopher Coleman triple murder trial. We talked about mold and mold remediation with Dr. Joe Primrose. Phyllis Smith is the pride of Lemay and one of the stars of "The Office".

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