Day and night, stunt riders tear through the streets of Downtown St. Louis with little to no care for drivers. News4 is demanding answers from police on what's being done to keep drivers safe.
At News4 we are always holding our elected officials accountable. The new mayor in Cahokia fired 10 employees without explanation and I took the claims of political pay back straight to the new mayor's office.
Historic floods damaged homes, businesses and led to more than a dozen deaths across Missouri and Illinois. Here is a look at some of our coverage.
A mother pleads to end the violence after her daughter is gunned down in an apparent retaliation shooting. It is another example of how the rising number of homicides in St. Louis aren't hurting the victims, but the people left behind.
An EF3 tornado ripped through the small town of Speedwell, TN. Thankfully no one was killed or injured but it destroyed homes and businesses. It's always tough covering tornadoes but it's incredible how much the community pools together in times of disaster.
Carrying camera gear on a horse is no easy task. But we took on the challenge to venture into Big South Fork National Park to speak with a business owner who decided to defy the government shutdown and keep his lodge open.
Fire investigators look into the cause of an apartment complex fire while residents cope with the loss of everything they owned.
A day long stand off at a Knoxville motel between police and a wanted fugitive produced multiple stories. This was one of the angles we covered, speaking to a woman who barricaded herself in her motel room.
Here's a look at a recent 6News Exclusive. Knoxville Police allowed our cameras during an undercover sting operation. Officers busted nine men for indecent exposure at a local park bathroom.
A trip of a lifetime. It was an honor to travel to Washington D.C. with East Tennessee veterans on their Honor Air flight.