PatchCast: Two Suspects Arrested for Area Copper Thefts
Also, Borders bookstores in Chesterfield and Ballwin are closing and Arnold residents discuss the red light camera ban.
Chesterfield Borders Will Close by End of April: The Borders in Chesterfield Mall will close as part of the company's Chapter 11 bankruptcy reoganization. The store will continue to recognize gift cards and its rewards program.
Pet-Saving Technology Comes to Kitty’s Rescue: A family cat is expected to make a full recovery following a basement fire thanks to oxygen mask kits recently donated to the the Webster Groves Fire Department in memory of city employee Steve Sawers.
Police Arrest Two Suspects in Connection With Copper Thefts: Police say the suspects entered vacant Brentwood and Sunset Hills homes over the past several weeks and stole copper pipes from inside. Every home had a "For Sale" sign in the yard. The suspects also stole copper pipes from homes in Crestwood, Kirkwood, Rock Hill, Sunset Hills, Webster Groves and parts of South County
First Public Hearing on Red Light Camera Ban Yields Few Comments: The new seven-member council is considering amending the county’s traffic code to prohibit the use of the cameras in unincorporated parts of the county.