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
The man accused of shooting two police officers in March during protests in Ferguson appeared in court Tuesday.
A longtime Metro East cosmetology school is at risk of losing thousands of dollars in federal funds, all because of a paperwork mishap.
You might think a state income tax refund for more than $1,500 would be good news, but to a St. Louis County man, that delivery meant trouble.
Boone County authorities are looking for two stolen camels.
It was chaos at a corner grocery store-- a drive-by shooting sent customers scrambling for the floor and a bullet passed inches from one man.
A suspect was shot during an undercover investigation in St. Peters, police say.
The women couldn't afford to fix the house and the hole made them feel unsafe.
Some patients are panicked, worried years of their valuable medical records will be destroyed.
A man named Michael Christian is accused of cheating a number of churches, among other clients.
Missouri lawmakers will once again take up the issue of using a firing squad as an alternative method to lethal injection amid drug shortages and botched executions