ST. LOUIS - The death of Charles Manson reminds a former St. Louis television journalist about how he played a role in bringing down Manson. Fox 2/news 11's Dan gray talks with al Wiman about finding critical evidence thrown away by the killers. In 1969 Al Wiman was with KABC Channel 7 in Los Angeles. His TV crew was the first on the scene of the horrific Manson murders.
ST. LOUIS – About 37 business executives bundled up in coats and sleeping bags to fight the cold overnight as wind chill temperatures dipped into the 20s. For these local entrepreneurs, it was a cold and uncomfortable lesson in homelessness. "I woke up a lot of times. I would roll over cause I was uncomfortable. I felt the wind going through my cardboard box," said Peter Leibold, Ascension Health. Leibold was shocked when he heard more than 3,000 young people are homeless in the St. Louis area.
ST. LOUIS – As the massive fire in south St. Louis rages, there are side effects that the St. Louis Fire Department is warning the public and businesses in the area. The warehouse fire is entering its 8th hour of burning, the public and nearby businesses are being warned about the pollutants in the air from the fire. Area businesses and residents are being told to turn off their heating and air conditioning units to limit their exposure to the billowing toxic smoke.
GOT TO TALK WITH MY OLD FRIEND AND FORMER ST. LOUIS TELEVISION JOURNALIST AL WIMAN TODAY ABOUT HOW HE HELPED BRING DOWN CHARLES MANSON. HIS FASCINATING STORY TONIGHT ON FOX 2 NEWS AT 10 PM. https://t.co/1WCAhNkqm5
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Selecting a term
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