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Firefighters Remove Fire Truck Stuck in Hole for 2 Hours

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – It was a slow process, but St. Louis firefighters were able to remove one of their trucksĀ from a hole in the street thatĀ opened up under one of its wheels at 9th and Wyoming this morning. 366 more words


St. Louis City Taking Public Vote On Future Side Street Snow Removal

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) – Four days after a foot of snow fell on St. Louis with subzero temperatures, Mayor Francis Slay announces a major policy change on street plowing. 263 more words


Mark Reardon: Todd Waelterman Of The St. Louis Street Department

Should St. Louis City residential streets be plowed during a big snowstorm? City Streets Director Todd Waelterman has the answer.

Kathryn Kiefer, local spokeswoman for the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri, responds to yesterday’s interview with Ann Saladin about the leadership of her organization. 97 more words

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

By Tanya Sinkovits, @Tanyalou86

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – It’s the topic all over social media from St. Louis city residents. ‘Why is my street not plowed?’ More than 72 hours after the last snowflakes from a major snow storm fell in the bi-state many side streets remain snow covered and very treacherous to on drive. 423 more words


St. Louis Streets Director: Be Patient, Chemicals Will Work

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – It will be another 12 hour workday for St. Louis city road crews. They plan on widening main throughways so rush-hours can get back to normal, but many residents have taken to twitter to complaint about the residential streets. 219 more words


St. Louis to Send Salt Trucks Up the Side Streets

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Salt, sand and calcium are coming to St. Louis City’s usually-neglected neighborhood streets.

It’s been tradition to let the side streets be, but department director Todd Waelterman said that, beginning Monday at noon, the city will drop the cocktail of chemicals to make the going easier. 330 more words


St. Louis City Defends Its Right To Screen Street Performers

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) — The City of St. Louis is defending its policy of auditioning street performers and charging them a 100 dollar a year fee for a permit. 205 more words