The investigation is underway after the death of a toddler in North St. Louis.
Around 7:30 AM Thursday, crews were called to the 5600 block of Kingsbury for a sick child. The 3-year-old was not breathing and was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Authorities say the child abuse division is investigating-- that does not imply any foul play-- it is standard procedure.
The extended winter break continues for Johnson-Wabash Elementary students in the Ferguson-Florissant School District. A sprinkler head burst Tuesday night, causing significant water damage to the school and forcing officials to cancel classes for the rest of this week.
District officials say they don't want to keep kids home until all of the repairs are made. So, starting Monday, classes will be held at the First Baptist Church of Ferguson in the 300 block of North Florissant Road.
District officials plan to meet with families Thursday at 5:30 at Johnson-Wabash Elementary School to share information about the temporary relocation.
If you normally feed the meter when you park in the City of St. Louis, there is good news — at least for a few days. Parking meter violations won't be enforced this week.
Because of the snow, the St. Louis Treasurer's office isn't issuing parking tickets.
They're also not ticketing drivers who park on snow routes because the city didn't declare a snow emergency.
Parking meter enforcement will resume in the city on Monday.