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Man shot and killed in St. Louis on his own street

ST. LOUIS – A man was shot and killed on his own block Sunday afternoon in St. Louis’ Greater Ville neighborhood. Dennis Taylor, 49, was found in the 3200 block of North Taylor Avenue just after 5 p.m. suffering from a gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Police said his residence is […]
SAINT LOUIS, MO
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Cardinals Rumors: St. Louis again linked to top starting pitcher

The St. Louis Cardinals have once again been linked to top starting pitcher Frankie Montas, who feels like a sure thing to be traded. With Jack Flaherty going on the Injured List for a second time, and it being unclear just when he will return, the St. Louis Cardinals are going to be in the market for a starting pitcher. It was true even before Flaherty was injured; it’s a virtual lock right now.
SAINT LOUIS, MO
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Four seriously injured in crash west of Union

Four people suffered serious injuries Monday morning in a head-on collision on Highway 50, west of Union, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Gage A. Woods, 25, of Union, was driving a 2008 Ford Fusion eastbound, when he crossed the center median of Highway 50 near the intersection with Jeffriesburg Road and crashed head on with a 2006 Buick, driven westbound by Diane M. Meyer, 69, of Washington, officials said.
UNION, MO
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Police searching for suspects who robbed woman at Walgreens in Clayton

CLAYTON (KMOV) - Police are searching for three suspects who they say robbed a woman on the parking lot of the Walgreens in Clayton Saturday. The incident happened just after 1:45 a.m. Police tell News 4 that two of the suspects confronted the victim, pulled out handguns, and demanded her wallet and car keys.
CLAYTON, MO

What the Cardinals know about Jack Flaherty’s shoulder issue

What the St. Louis Cardinals know about Jack Flaherty’s latest right shoulder issue: optimism it isn’t serious, but concern since it’s the same shoulder. Jack Flaherty leaving another start early would have been the St. Louis Cardinals worst nightmare. And on Sunday, it became reality as he exited after two innings due to right shoulder stiffness.
SAINT LOUIS, MO

22-year-old shot in the face and killed in south St. Louis

ST. LOUIS – A 22-year-old man was shot in the face Sunday afternoon in St. Louis’ Gravois Park neighborhood. Police said officers found Theoreon Sanders at approximately 5:50 p.m. inside a residence suffering from a gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at the scene. It is unknown at this time what led up to the […]
SAINT LOUIS, MO
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New stimulus program would mean getting thousands more each year

Money in handPhoto by Mohd Azrin (Unsplash) With inflation on the rise, wouldn't a few hundred dollars more per month—even thousands more per year—make a big difference? That's exactly what Senators Mitt Romney, Richard Burr, and Steve Daines think the American public needs right now. These senators recently announced the Family Security Act 2.0. Under this program, the parents of each child ages five and under would receive $350 a month. In addition, parents would receive $250 for each child ages six to seventeen years old.
SAINT LOUIS, MO

Two charged with meth possession

EDWARDSVILLE - Two people were charged Friday with possession of methamphetamine in separate incidents by the Madison County State's Attorney's Office. Patsy A. Heitzig, 35, of South Roxana, was charged June 24 with unlawful possession of methamphetamine, a Class 3 felony.
GRANITE CITY, IL
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Escaped pet alligator recaptured in St. Louis, Mo.

June 27 (UPI) -- A pet alligator that escaped from its owner's Missouri home during a storm was safely recaptured, police said. Amanda Mariee said her pet alligator, Zurich, escaped from his outdoor enclosure at her St. Louis home during Saturday evening's storms. The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department said...
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City of St. Charles to start Lights On! Initiative

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - Starting this July, St. Charles City police officers will be replacing head and taillight violations with vouchers for a free light repair. The city calls this initiative a simple idea with a powerful impact as it turns dreaded traffic stops into an opportunity for creating positive and beneficial interactions with police. Drivers affected by burnt-out head or tail lights will be given a voucher by the police officer for a free light repair at participating auto centers. The auto centers include LTS Auto, JC Car Care, Plaza Sales and Service, and Old Town Automotive.
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Cardinals place Jack Flaherty, Harrison Bader on IL

The Cardinals announced Monday afternoon that both Jack Flaherty and Harrison Bader are headed to the injured list. Flaherty, as a pitcher, lands on the 15-day IL with what the team is calling a right shoulder strain. The position player Bader heads to the 10-day IL as he battles plantar fasciitis in his right foot.
SAINT LOUIS, MO
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Three killed in New Florissant Road crash

ST. LOUIS – The Florissant Police Department reported that three people were killed in a crash Monday at around 2:20 am. Police said four total people were in the vehicle and the lone survivor is now in the hospital. When they arrived on the scene of the 100 block...
FLORISSANT, MO

Out of three regional brands of potato chip companies in Missouri, two have been around for a few decades

Bowl of Red Hot Riplets manufactured by Old Vienna in St. Louis, MO.Ckoerner, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons. There is an old potato chip manufacturer at 1 West Industrial Road in Fulton, Missouri known as Backer's Potato Chip Co. It was originally founded in 1931. The company makes 7,000 pounds of chips per hour. Backer's also ships their brand chips across the country including places in Canada and Mexico. Backer's isn't the only regional brand of potato chips manufactured in Missouri.
FULTON, MO
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