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East Alton Police Discover Body Of Deceased Male Monday Night, Await Coroner's Autopsy Results

EAST ALTON - The East Alton Police Department is investigating a situation where a deceased white male was found just after 6 p.m. Monday at Industrial Drive and Shamrock Street in East Alton. East Alton Police Chief Scott Golike said at this point it is believed the man died of natural causes, but the cause of death is still pending with autopsy and toxicology results from the Madison County Coroner's Office. Chief Golike said East Alton Police received a call of a man down in the Industrial Continue Reading
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St. Louis area employers to require employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 by fall

(AP) – Two of the largest employers in the St. Louis area have announced they will require employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by fall. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that BJC HealthCare and Washington University both announced the vaccination requirements on Tuesday. The announcement comes at a time when demand for vaccines is waning in Missouri, a state that already lags behind the national average in COVID-19 immunization rate. The St. Louis region’s three other major health systems SSM Health, Mercy and St. Luke’s Hospital have not issued vaccine requirements but say they are discussing the issue.
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Busch Stadium to hold first-ever movie night

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - For one night in July, you can go to Busch Stadium to watch baseball on the big screen. The St. Louis Cardinals announced the first-ever "Movie Night at the Ballpark" is happening on July 9. The classic baseball movie "The Rookie" will be shown on the...
Caseyville, ILNews-Democrat

Caseyville man charged in laundromat murder in Cahokia Heights

Cahokia Heights Police have arrested a 24-year-old Caseyville man charged with the murder of a man at a laundromat in April. Dijion K. Rodgers, of 1922 Webster Circle in Caseyville, was arrested and charged on Tuesday with one count of murder/ intent to kill/injure, Cahokia Heights Police Sgt. Christopher K. McGinnis said Wednesday.
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Man charged in fatal shooting at Cahokia laundromat

CAHOKIA, Ill. — A suspect has been arrested and charged in the shooting death of a man inside a Cahokia laundromat. Dijion K. Rodgers, a 24-year-old man from Caseyville, Illinois, was charged by the St. Clair County State’s Attorney Office with one count of murder. He’s being held on the county jail on a $1 million bond.
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FBI: Troy Man, A Former Mascoutah Employee, Sentenced for Accepting Illegal Gratuities

MASCOUTAH – The FBI announced today the former City of Mascoutah water treatment manager has been sentenced for accepting illegal gratuities. Richard Lowell Jones, 60, of Troy, Illinois, was sentenced to 3 years’ probation, with the first 6 months on home confinement. The FBI-Springfield and Mascoutah Police Department were investigators of the case. Assistant U.S. Attorney Norman R. Smith prosecuted the case. According to court documents, Jones served as the city water treatment Continue Reading
Saint Louis, MOaudacy.com

Pop-up Brick Bar with more than 1 million LEGOs coming to St. Louis

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - Your childhood and adult life may be ready to clash in St. Louis later this year as a pop-up bar with more than 1 million LEGO bricks is coming. The first-of-its-kind Brick Bar will be opening at Perennial Brewing, located at 8125 Michigan Avenue, on October 15-16 and tickets are on sale now. The bar will feature sculptures made completely from LEGO bricks as well as an abundance of blocks for people to shape into their own creations. Simliar pop-up bars around the US have featured ping-pong tables, DJs, a ball pit, LEGO-made wishing well and throne, and more.
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Draper and Kramer starts construction on 225-unit multifamily property in St. Louis

Draper and Kramer, Incorporated has started construction on Moda at The Hill, a development of 225 rental residences in St. Louis’ historic The Hill neighborhood. Expected to open in late spring 2022, the four-story apartment building is part of an 11-acre master-planned community led by Draper and Kramer that also includes single-family homes being developed by McBride Homes and a condominium building site.
Hartford, ILJacksonville Journal Courier

Recreational marijuana bill faces make-or-break House vote

HARTFORD — Democratic leaders of the state House of Representatives on Wednesday morning were trying to salvage the long-negotiated recreational marijuana bill that Gov. Ned Lamont had threatened to veto after an amendment he deemed unacceptable was slipped into the legislation in the Senate Tuesday night. The House started its...
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BJC, Washington U. In St. Louis To Require Vaccinations For Employees

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Two of the largest employers in the St. Louis area have announced they will require employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by fall. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that BJC HealthCare and Washington University both announced the vaccination requirements on Tuesday. The St. Louis region’s...
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Cute, baby wild animals better left alone

What should you do if you find a fawn in your garage? That’s not a question most people have had to ask themselves, but it was one that faced a St. Louis area family recently. After a call to the Missouri Department of Conservation, they had an answer—leave it alone.
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