5 on Your Side’s Mike Rush is either brave or stupid. People frequently slam doors in his face, call him nasty names and even throw his microphone, but Mike just keeps coming. His wife calls Mike a junkyard dog, because once he latches onto something, he doesn't let go. That might be an issue now and then when it comes to marital bliss, but in Mike's role as your 5 on Your Side investigative reporter, it's a good thing. Those people cursing and slamming things are usually doing something wrong that Mike wants to right. So if you're the victim of a scam, know of taxpayer waste, government corruption or another problem you'd like the junkyard dog to sink his teeth into, drop Mike a line. By the way, Mike himself is leaning toward stupid.
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Stories by Mike Rush
A groundbreaking for a housing project in St. Louis Friday was overshadowed by a groundswell of anger.
A woman hit by a car at an Alton intersection is calling for change. To get the word out, she's taking her own video of what she considers a life-threatening situation.
He was the focus of one of our most memorable 5 on Your Side Investigations, now the Missouri Attorney General's Office has filed a lawsuit against Elmo Green.
An unsightly mess in Jefferson County. Neighbors say they are fed up with a property that's grown into a forest.
5 on your Side is attempting to mend fences between the city of St. Louis and some newly returned residents.
A Florissant woman fears she's watched for months as her taxpayer dollars disappear into a sinkhole. So she contacted 5 on your Side for answers.
Are you willing to pay higher taxes on the things you buy in exchange for safer roads and bridges? It's the basic question behind a complex decision Missouri voters will make next month.
Nearly a year of their lives and tens of thousands of dollars spent on an education some students fear is now useless.
A St. Francois County man is charged with second-degree murder after authorities say he refused to call for help when his son began to overdose on heroin.
The Force is strong with St. Louis Cardinals fans Wednesday night.