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Where’s the snow? When should St. Louis be seeing some

ST. LOUIS – It’s been 227 days since the last measurable snowfall in the St. Louis area. That’s according to the National Weather Service. The last measurable snowfall was April 20 of last year with .8 inches of snow. There were traces of snow on November 12 of this year, however, it was not measurable. […]
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Friday night fire fought on East Broadway

ALTON — Firefighters fought a raging fire late Friday night in a two-story house in Alton. At about 10:15 p.m. Friday, Alton firefighters received a call of a house on fire in the 2400 block of East Broadway. Arriving firefighters found a large house involved in fire, with flames shooting out of several windows. A mutual aid box alarm brought East Alton firefighters to the scene to assist.
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Omicron variant found in St. Louis, not yet in Madison County

There is a presumed case of the new COVID-19 omicron variant in St. Louis. The city’s public health director announced Friday they are waiting on the CDC to confirm it. The case would be the first in Missouri. The person recently traveled within the United States. The St. Louis public...
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After Supposed Uncertainty, Spire Pipeline Approved for Winter Use

A federal commission has approved a temporary license for Spire Missouri's St. Louis pipeline, ending the apparent risk to thousands of homes and businesses facing cold winter months ahead. While Spire celebrated the ruling in an email to customers Friday night, it also took the opportunity to position itself for...
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Crafters draw crowds to Alton High School for ABOB fundraiser

The Olde Alton Arts and Crafts Fair returns to Alton High School this weekend after taking a year off in 2020. It’s the third year spouses Dave and Paula Fritz have led the craft fair. Dave is president of the Alton School Board and Paula is a teacher at Eunice Smith Elementary School.
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Oral arguments set Tuesday in maps lawsuit

SPRINGFIELD – A three-judge federal court panel in Chicago will begin hearing oral arguments Tuesday in three cases that could determine the makeup of state legislative maps in the Chicago area and Metro East region for the next 10 years. The panel announced during a status hearing Friday that it...
EAST SAINT LOUIS, IL
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Lewis & Clark reopening Tuesday after cyberattack

GODFREY — Lewis and Clark Community College plans to welcome students back on campus Tuesday after being closed since Nov. 23 because of a cyberattack. All campuses are scheduled to reopen for team members only on Monday. In a Facebook video, LCCC President Ken Trzaska told students their success was...
GODFREY, IL
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Spire’s St. Louis area pipeline can keep operating for now

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Federal officials say Spire’s natural gas pipeline in the St. Louis area may continue operating for the time being. Leaders of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Friday said the Spire STL Pipeline could operate until a long-term decision is made about its future. Spire officials had warned earlier that thousands of people could have natural gas service interrupted if the 65-mile line was shut down. In June, a federal appeals court panel ruled the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission didn’t adequately demonstrate the need for the 65-mile pipeline, which runs through parts of Illinois and Missouri.
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Honest memoir by retired officer recounts family poverty, crime

Betty Frizzell had successful careers as a law enforcement officer and an educator. Now, she’s taking a hand at writing with “If You Can’t Stop Cryin’, You Can’t Come Here No More.”. In the law, she rose to police chief in Winfield, Missouri, where she was named Lincoln County Law...
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Man Not Guilty by Reason in Insanity in Stepfather's Death

WEBSTER GROVES, Mo. (AP) — A Webster Groves man has been found not guilty by reason of insanity in the fatal stabbing of his stepfather in 2020. St. Louis County Circuit Judge Ellen Ribaudo on Friday found Ryne Dobson, 22, not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect in the death of 49-year-old Kevin Nentwig.
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