Wednesday, September 12, 2012
The station reports Bob Scott has run into trouble with mortgage lender Freddie Mac.
According to our partners at FOX2 News, Creve Coeur resident Bob Scott, his wife Sally and Sally's daughter all face the risk of eviction depending on the outcome of a 9 a.m. court hearing. The station profiled the Scott family's plight in this report. According to the story, Bob Scott, a Korean War veteran, suffered a stroke in 2007, and later saw a business go under. FOX2's Charles Jaco reports the Scotts fell behind on their mortgage within the last year. Check out the rest of the story on FOX2's website.
Monday, April 2, 2012
We're partnering to provide more comprehensive coverage of the St. Louis area.
What do you get when you combine the best site for hyper-local news and information with a television news team that provides more than 10 hours of local coverage a day? A powerful team. That's what we're announcing today—a partnership that combines the power of Patch with the reach of FOX 2-KTVI in St. Louis. This week, you'll start seeing headlines from Patch reporters on Fox 2's 5 p.m. newscasts on Mondays and Fridays. Occasionally, you'll see and hear Patch editors on the air as we cover the communities in St. Louis, St. Charles and northern Jefferson counties. You'll also find Patch headlines supplementing the My Neighborhood section of FOX2Now.com, the news station's website. And watch for Patch editors to pick up video from the FOX …
Sunday, July 17, 2011
Here's a weekly roundup of some of the other news about the news in Creve Coeur.
Each week, we're working hard to produce stories that matter to you and are worth your attention. We realize we aren't the only ones in that endeavor. This week, the spotlight shines on a Creve Coeur company which is helping neighbors to the north recover from recent flooding, to a hack attack at a company headquartered in the city, plus one local organization that gets high marks as a workplace. The Associated Press and St. Louis Public Radio Radio reported, on the so-called Amy Hestir Student protection Act, authored by State Senator Jane Cunningham, as well as Senate Bill 320, sponsored by State Senator John Lamping. Cunningham's legislation addresses issues surrounding sexual abuse of students at the hands of school officials. Lamping'…