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Hannibal Police Department Warns Residents of Firework Usage

The Hannibal Police Department warns residents about firework usage during the holiday weekend. With the upcoming 4th of July holiday just around the corner, the Hannibal Police Department wants to remind residents of a city ordinance related to discharging fireworks. The Hannibal Police Department has seen an uptake in firework reports in the past few days, and more are expected in the upcoming days, the HPD wants to remind Hannibal residents of the ordinance in place dealing with firework usage.
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Watch a St. Louis Zoo Elephant Throw a Furious & Loud Tantrum

Somebody got up on the wrong side of the bed today. St. Louis Zoo visitors were recently treated to a young elephant who decided to unload a furious (and loud) tantrum. Do yourself a favor and make sure your volume is turned up for this one. You'll thank me later. Based on the video description, it appears this elephant fit at the St. Louis Zoo happened a couple weeks ago, but the video was just shared today. Here's the backstory from the video share:

Fancy Hagood Enlists Kacey Musgraves for New Song ‘Blue Dream Baby’ [Listen]

Fancy Hagood, who is known for his self-described brand of "queer Southern pop," has teamed up with country veteran Kacey Musgraves for a new song called "Blue Dream Baby." Released in honor of International Pride Day and co-written by Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild along with Alysa Vanderheym, the song opens with disco-flavored beats and rhythmic acoustic guitar as Hagood dives into the tune.

The 2 Best BBQ Cities in the US are both in the State of Missouri

A website has ranked the best BBQ cities in America and the state of Missouri dominated the list taking the top 2 spots, so which city comes in first and gets bragging rights?. According to the website, St. Louis and Kansas City are the number 1 and number 2 Best Barbecue Cities in America. St. Louis gets bragging rights claiming the number 1 spot followed by Kansas City (that will certainly cause some arguments between locals of the two cities), but the website based the rankings on a number of different factors including categories like Most Cooking Teams in the top 25% of the past 3 World BBQ Championships, Most BBQ Festivals, and ratings for local BBQ restaurants. All of this led to St. Louis barely edging out Kansas City.

Cardinals Player Hiding Signed Baseballs Throughout Busch Stadium

If you're heading to Busch Stadium anytime soon you might want to pay close attention to baseballs lying around the stadium seats. It's been a fun season so far for the St. Louis Cardinals with three of the best players retiring at the end of the season. Yadier Molina, Albert Pujols, and Adam Wainwright are some of the best of the best to ever play the game. Even fans from other teams and parks can recognize the achievements that all three players have done together and apart. One of those players is now giving back to the fans that gave him so much,

Brett Eldredge Brings High-Spirited ‘Songs About You’ to ‘GMA’

Brett Eldredge brought some fun to ABC's Good Morning America on Wednesday (June 28) by performing "Songs About You," his latest single and the title track of his new album. Although uptempo, the song details the arduous process of trying to get over a past relationship. As Eldredge sings, when the tune's character starts moving on, a song reminds him of his ex-love and the memories come rushing back. The song's production contrasts with the bittersweet story, however, offering upbeat, jazzy instrumentation.

Luke Combs Spoofs Bad Fisherman During ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ Comedy Sketch [Watch]

Luke Combs may be best known as a hit-making country superstar, but he's no slouch in the comedy department: A hilarious Jimmy Kimmel Live! clip proves it. The video stars Combs as a faux-salesman for a store called Bass Amateur Shop, and, as Bass Pro Shop aficionados might guess, he's selling fishing gear to people who are pretty clueless about what they're doing.