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Real Life Superhero "Citizen Saint" Patrols North St. Louis County StreetsSelf-described "concerned citizen" spreads the message to keep lights on, bad guys out.
Granite City Man Accused of Shooting Dog in FaceThe Madison County sheriff's office says 62-year-old William Brown shot a six-year-old American Bulldog named Donte.
Olivette City Leaders Request Proposal for New Multi-Use BuildingMayor Ruth Springer says city offices are moving to a new multi-use building by next spring, and they're requesting proposals to redevelop the land.
St. Louis County Hopes to Avoid Repeat of April Election ProblemsThey are working fervently to avoid a repeat of the April election when voters were turned away because they ran out of paper ballots.
Illinois Seeking New Private Manager for State's LotteryAiming to avoid past troubles, Gov. Bruce Rauner announced Thursday that the state is seeking bids for a new private manager to run the Illinois Lottery after moving to terminate Northstar Lottery Group's contract last year.
Police Arrest Six Men in Connection to Auto Repair Shop BurglariesA total of eight vehicles were stolen.

Latest St. Louis Sports

Inside Pitch: Matt Carpenter, Part 2Carpenter talks about the atmosphere in the Cardinals dugout and how it's different from other teams.
Cards Beat Mets With 9th Inning RallySt. Louis ends New York closer's 52 game saves streak
Wizards Announce Bradley Beal's New DealChaminade HS alum says he's counted on to be a "max player"
Rams Release QB Nick Foles2015 season starter in St. Louis won't even begin 2016 training camp for Los Angeles
Dottie Pepper On PGA Championship: 'A Very Intimidating Layout'Dottie Pepper, CBS Sports on-course reporter, surveys the landscape at Baltusrol for the PGA Championship, the last major of the year.
On The Rise: Kelly Kraft Has Time On His SideKelly Kraft, chasing success in his first full year on the PGA Tour, missed an opportunity at the RBC Canadian Open.

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Top R&B Concerts Coming To St. LouisMake plans and get your tickets early for Beyonce, Aretha, Chaka Khan and more.
5 Ways To Prep For School Before The First DayStart the school year off on the right foot by helping your kids prep for school before the first day.
5 Traditions To Start Your Back To School RoutineWhat memories do you use to help document your child's progression through school? Here are five different traditions you can begin this year.
Top Omelets In St. LouisA good omelet is a lost art. And while it needn’t be complicated, sometimes, if it’s done just right, a good omelet can change the way you look at scrambled eggs, forever. Your in luck, because right here in St. Louis, you can experience this culinary delight in several different ways at several different locations around town. Enjoy!
Top Comic Book Stores In St. LouisFrom Archie to DC Comics, Superheros or Manga, collect the best at these top comic book stores in St. Louis
Top Operas In St. LouisWhether you're a seasoned aficionado or just a bit opera-curious, St. Louis is brimming with events for you

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KMOX on the Campaign Trail with Catherine HanawayWhat are Missouri voters thinking just days from picking their candidates for governor? Catherine Hanaway took questions from voters today in West Plains, Missouri.
KMOX on the Campaign Trail with Peter KinderLt. Gov. Peter Kinder tells KMOX's Michael Calhoun he's concerned about the St. Louis economy's lack of growth.
Mike Flamion Benefit NightMike Flamion Benefit Night will take place at Royale Orleans at the end of August to raise money for construction improvements "needed to satisfy Mike's long-term care."
KMOX Profiles: Diana NyadDiana Nyad broke the women's world record for swimming Capri to Naples 22-miles. She swam at the age of 30 102-miles from the Bahamas to Miami. And at the age of 64 in her 5th attempt, she swam 111-miles from Cuba to Florida.
KMOX on the Campaign Trail with John BrunnerMonday morning, Michael Calhoun questioned businessman John Brunner about crime in St. Louis, the University of Missouri system.
TIAM Sunday July 24thHelping military children, Star Trek, holidays and birthdays.

Latest Health News

Rauner: Illinois Doing All It Can on Legionnaires' CasesThe veterans home in Quincy has stopped admitting new residents.
Prostate Cancer Cases Increase Within a DecadeSome experts blame more lax screening guidelines.
Keeping Cool at Busch StadiumIt's not only the players who need to stay hydrated during heatwave
Illinois Ordered to Rethink Medical Marijuana for MigrainesA judge has ordered Illinois health officials to reconsider their decision not to include migraine headaches on the list of conditions that qualify for use of medical marijuana in the state.
A Gift Certificate...for a Kidney?The gift certificate program allows for living donors to donate a kidney in advance, just in case a friend or family member might need a transplant.
SLU Doctors Test More Universal Yellow Fever VaccineThe current vaccine is made from a weakened strain of the live virus, so it's not recommended for those who have challenged immune systems.

Off Beat News

WATCH: Can You Mail a Potato?Can you slap a stamp on a spud and mail it to someone? KMOX News investigated.
Fireworks And Pets - Not A Good CombinationMissouri Humane Society's Dr. Kelly Ryan says it's natural for us to want our pets to enjoy the fireworks with us.
Alderman Pushes for Speed Humps in Residential AreasSpeed humps are about 3 1/2 inches tall, but are much wider and more gradual than speed bumps.
Police Halt Traffic to Help Ducks Cross I-64Why did the ducks cross the road? To get to the other side!
First Openly Gay Miss Missouri CrownedErin O'Flaherty, 23, was crowned Miss Missouri on Saturday in Mexico, Missouri, and is the first openly gay woman to be named Miss Missouri.
Chicago-Area Store Selling Adult Diapers Upsets ResidentsResidents in suburban Chicago are upset that a store has opened selling diapers made in larger sizes for adults who like to dress as babies.

Entertainment News

Powerball's Estimated Jackpot Hits $478 MillionThe next drawing will be Saturday. Nearly three months have passed without a winner of the big prize.
Harry Hamm: Weekend Movie Box Office Getting Better?Big bump expected next week with opening of latest Jason Bourne picture.
The Rep Receives Largest-Ever GiftAugustin family gives $1 Million to endow artistic director position
Cincinnati Zoo Opens New $7.5 Million Hippo ExhibitBibi was most recently at the St. Louis Zoo.
Harry Hamm: "Grey Gardens" A Bright Spot For Max & LouieSad story of money and privilege gone awry.
First Lady, James Corden Hit The Road For 'Carpool Karaoke'It was a musical joyride for Michelle Obama as she joined James Corden for a "Carpool Karaoke" session that aired Wednesday on the late-night host's CBS show.

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