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St. Louis, MO  --  Two suspects are jailed in Pine Lawn after a routine traffic stop turned into a drug bust.  
 
Fox2 News reports that a man and a woman were stopped for speeding on Interstate 70 near Jennings Station Rd.  just after 3 o'clock Thursday morning.  
Police say they could smell pot as they approached the car. They were given permission to search the vehicle and found several pounds of the drug hidden beneath the liner of the trunk. 
 
The duo had bought the marijuana in Colorado and it is unknown at this time whether they were transporting it to Missouri or through the state.
In addition to packages, the pot was contained in cookies, brownies, chocolate bars and other candies.  A 24 year old man from Virginia and a  34 year old woman from Colorado are in custody.
 
Published in Local News
Monday, 10 March 2014 14:27

Pedestrian hit on I-70 near O'Fallon

St. Louis, MO (KTRS) - A young man is in the hospital after he was hit by a car while crossing I-70 this morning.

 

Just before 9:30 AM a woman was driving on eastbound 70 near O'Fallon, when she hit the pedestrian. Police say the driver did nothing wrong and do not know why the man was trying to cross the highway. Traffic was jammed until around 11 as police investigated the scene.

 

Police let the driver leave the scene and said there was nothing criminal about the accident. The man was unconcious when he was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. 

Published in Local News

   Drivers may still face delays along Interstate 70 near Lambert Airport while police work the scene of a fiery crash on an outer road.  

   Police say the accident on Natural Bridge at Woodson resulted from a police pursuit.  About 2:00 a.m. a car evading a police stop plowed into a light standard and burst into flames.  

   Fox 2 News is reporting that a police officer was shot when emergency crews approached the burning car and tried to put out the fire.  That officer was reportedly wearing a vest and wasn't seriously injured.  Police had to back off until the gunfire subsided.  

   The car was completely destroyed in the fire.  Someone inside that car apparently died, as the St. Louis County Medical Examiner was called to the scene.  

   Natural Bridge Road remains closed at Woodson.  But all lanes of I-70 have reopened in both directions.  

Published in Local News

   Work on the Park over the Highway is causing delays for some drivers in downtown St. Louis today.  

   The eastbound lanes of Interstate 70 have been closed overnight between Pine Street and the Poplar Street Bridge.  The closure allowed crews to remove a retaining wall.  

   MoDOT officials say one lane alont eastbound I-70 had reopned before 5 a.m. Monday.  The other lane will remain closed until about 3:00 p.m.  

   Drivers should expect days heading into the depressed section along eastbound I-70 most of the day. 

Published in Around Town
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 09:36

I-70 closures downtown delayed for a week

ST. LOUIS -The Missouri Department of Transportation has delayed this weekend's scheduled closure of all lanes of westbound I-70 for a week.
Current plans call for crews to close all lanes of westbound I-70 downtown between the Poplar Street Bridge and Pine Street starting at 8 p.m. Saturday, February 8, weather permitting.
The department will also close a lane on eastbound I-70 at that time, with full closures of eastbound I-70 for up to 15 minutes.
Crews will be installing girders over the interstate for the new Walnut Street bridge.
The Eads Bridge will also be closed while the interstate is closed to ensure that interstate traffic moves smoothly.All interstate lanes are projected to reopen by noon Sunday, February 9.
This work is part of preparations for the CityArchRiver Park Over the Highway project. 
People can view the on-going construction on the Walnut Street Bridge at the web camera at: http://oxblue.com/open/modot/cityarchriver.
 
Published in Local News
Monday, 20 January 2014 04:17

Stan Musial bridge to open in Feb.

   ST. LOUIS (AP) - The Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge is scheduled to open early next month.
   The new bridge will carry Interstate 70 over the Mississippi River. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the four-lane, cable-stayed bridge and associated highway projects are being funded with a combination of Missouri, Illinois and federal money.
   The Missouri Department of Transportation says the  bridge will be open from noon to 4 p.m. on Feb. 8 to walkers, runners and bicyclists who want a close-up view of the bridge. Festivities include a ribbon-cutting and a 3 p.m. parade.
   Department spokesman Andrew Gates says the agency is preparing for as many as 20,000 people to attend the events.
   Gates says the bridge is expected to open to traffic Feb. 9.
 
Published in Local News
Wednesday, 15 January 2014 00:57

I-70 in downtown STL to close for weekend

   More work on the Park Over the Highway project will mean detours and delays for some drivers in downtown St. Louis this weekend.  

   Missouri transportation officials say Interstate 70 will be closed in the depressed section starting at 8:00 p.m. Friday.  All lanes will be blocked in both directions between Pine Street and the Poplar Street Bridge.  It's scheduled to reopen by 5 a.m. Monday.  

   Drivers will need to use I-64 or surface streets to get around the closure. 

Published in Around Town

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Authorities continue to investigate two separate incidents in north St. Louis in which pedestrians were struck and killed by vehicles.

 

   The first happened just before 10 p.m. Tuesday when a person was struck on eastbound Interstate 70 near Salisbury Street. Lanes in both directions were closed for several hours after the accident. Police say the driver who struck the pedestrian was found. It wasn't clear if the driver would face charges.

 

   In the second case, a man was struck by two cars as he was crossing Natural Bridge Avenue near Kingshighway just before midnight Tuesday. The drivers stopped and cooperated with authorities.

 

   Names of the victims have not been released.

Published in Local News

   All lanes of Interstate 70 have reopened after a water main break near Jennings Station Road caused a large sink hole to form Wednesday afternoon.  

   Traffic on westbound I-70 was down to one lane through rush hour and much of the evening.  

   Missouri American Water crews worked well into the night to fill the hole, re-pave the road and reroute water to local customers.  

   Water Company Spokesperson Ann Dettmer says the 12 inch line broke because it was old and overused.  Dettmer says as the ground dries up, it doesn't provide as much support.  

   Engineers will consider whether to replace the main or reroute water service around it permanently.

 

Published in Local News

   There's good news for I-70 drivers.  The Blanchette Bridge is back to five lanes in each direction.  

   MoDOT reports that crews finished work well ahead of this morning's deadline, opening all lanes on both spans Saturday.  

   Transportation officials say drivers should expect occasional lane closures middays and overnight as crews finish work on the underside of the bridge structure.  

   The bulk of the work on the $64 million project has been completed two months ahead of schedule.

 
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