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After all these years, Jonathan Deery still looks forward to the days he spends with Allen Savat.
Incredible story of how an Airman was saved and a doctor was changed and now they'll compete together in the ultimate test of strength and endurance.
A 13 year old has had more surgeries than birthdays but he finally gets to go home on Mother's Day.
Nine-year-old Granite City girl who has Dyslexia overcomes her fears and writes a book with an important message.
After hundreds of tests doctors still don't have a diagnosis for a teenager who lost the ability to walk.
It's not a cure but a new therapy program has young cancer patients singing a different tune.
Most trophies are made of metal and plastic. But they're won with sweat.
With precise, confident brush strokes, the colors come together as pieces in a puzzle. The artist expressing not what he sees but what he feels.
A kitchen worker spends whatever money is left over from her modest salary to help feed the hungry in East St. Louis.
There are no u-turns on the road to Rushville, Illinois but you can turn back the clock.
When Erin Bode sings, instead of her voice, you hear her heart.
Juvenile Court Judge Jimmie Edwards opens a school for at risk kids
Coach honored in St. Louis for opening his home to a former player and then donating his kidney to save the player's life.
Just days after the death of Osama Bin Laden, a U.S. Marine is in a new battle.
The amazing story we've been following for months. How a St. Louis family and St. Louis doctors saved a 4 year old boy living half a world away.
A local couple flies a four-year-old African boy to St. Louis for life-saving surgery.
A roadside bomb in Afghanistan cost Marine Cpl. Todd Nicely from Arnold, Missouri his arms, his legs and nearly his life. His recovery is nothing short of amazing as are his courage and determination. See pictures of Todd's recovery.
It's the one place where a child can feel more at home than home -- a playground. And on this day in Lake St. Louis, it would have been hard to measure the smiles per hour.
Former military man from Alton, IL comes home to try and help troubled youth march to a different beat.
St. Louis soldier watches over the Tomb of the Unknowns