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
Some brides say they were bilked out of hundreds of dollars and left high and dry on their wedding days.
Nearly 900 gift cards worth more than $30,000 were stolen earlier this week from St. John Catholic Church in Imperial.
A Chesterfield couple say they were nearly kicked off of a plane in the Dominican Republic, all because of their crying toddler.
A Chesterfield family claims a stewardess threatened to kick them off their Frontier Airlines flight from the Dominican Republic to St. Louis if they couldn't calm their child.
It's a sour note to the St. Louis live music scene. Some say the city has a reputation so bad that traveling musicians are passing us by.
A Ladue woman believes MSD is making a mess of her property with paint, flags, and a precarious situation involving trees in her backyard.
You probably have a better chance of Ebola threatening your finances, than effecting your health.
It hasn't happened here, but if someone was infected with Ebola it would be up to the hospitals and clinics on the front lines to keep it from spreading.
The Archdiocese of St. Louis is warning against misinterpreting headlines coming out of the Vatican headlines that have many gay Catholics celebrating.
Ferguson protesters took their message to politicians Monday, first visiting St. Louis City Hall, then chanting outside a fundraiser Senator Claire McCaskill was attending in Webster Groves.