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Defense Chief: 9/11 Bill Could Be Devastating to U.S. MilitaryLegislation that would allow the families of Sept. 11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia for allegedly backing the terrorists who carried out the attacks could be devastating to the U.S. military.
Make Reservations Now to Camp Out, Watch Solar EclipseIllinois Department of Natural Resources spokesman Tim Schweizer says you should probably reserve your spot now.
The Season of Giving is Near - Why Not Give Uber?Just like normal gift cards - they never expire!
Many Women Say Trump Showed Too Much Testosterone At DebateConstant interruption. A condescending tone. Eye-rolling.
Warren County Sheriffs Embrace Body CamerasKansas City Police are set to finally start testing body cameras.
It's National Voter Registration Day - Here's Where You Can RegisterIt's National Voter Registration Day, and if you haven't registered yet, there are two locations hosting registration events in the area.

Latest St. Louis Sports

LSU Firing Les Miles Now Makes No SenseThe school fired Miles following a 2-2 start despite deciding to bring him back at the end of last season.
Stars Rise Over Blues In DallasKen Hitchcock's team drops preseason matchup
Reds Trounce Cardinals, 15-2Adam Duvall's three-run homer was one of 22 hits for Cincinnati
Chiefs' Marcus Peters Celebrates Two-Pick DayKansas City intercepted 6 Jets passes on Sunday
Ezekiel Elliott Hurdles CompetitionSt. Louis area native shows off track skills in Dallas win over Chicago
Keidel: Should The Jets Bench Fitzpatrick?New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick threw six interceptions in Sunday's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

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STL Ranks Top 10 for Most "Fun City" in AmericaIt was also ranked number 2 in the "access to bars" category.
5 Food To Cook Over Your Backyard CampfireGet the most out of your backyard campfire. Here are five delicious recipes to try this summer.
Top Oldies Music Bars In St. LouisFrom the legendary father of rock and roll Chuck Berry to favorite local bands that recreate the sounds of the past, get ready to dance and sing along at the top oldies music bars in St. Louis.
Forget Canning: Pickle Your Summer Fruits & VegetablesDon't waste that Summer produce; pickle your fruits and vegetables this year.
5 End Of Summer Trips To TakeMake some summertime memories before the school year begins. Here are a few last-minute trip ideas for the whole family.
Top Craft Coffee Spots In St. LouisThere is a perfect cup of coffee for everyone. We went and checked out the top craft coffee spots in St. Louis to help readers find theirs. Check out the places below, and let the baristas blow your mind.

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KMOX Profiles: Rev. Kenneth MckoyDebbie Monterrey profiles Rev. Kenneth Mckoy who is the pastor at Progressive AME Zion ChurchTired of presiding over so many funerals, Rev. Kenneth Mckoy founded the NightLIFE ministry - an outreach program that involves his group walking the streets of North St. Louis neighborhoods at night to pray, talk, hand out sandwiches and engage in "violence interruption."
Live Inspired: Silence Allows You To HearJohn O'Leary shares how some of the best lessons he's learned in life were taught by his dad and how lately, his dad is teaching his finest lessons through silence.
TIAM Sunday September 25thFood allergies, "Storks" and birthdays!
TIAM Saturday September 24thThe presidential debate, Q in the Lou, The Magnificent 7 and the Big Red's #21.
Annual "Q in the Lou" Returns to Downtown St. LouisGet ready for some road closures downtown this weekend, because "Q in the Lou" is back!
Mark On Movies: 'The Magnificent Seven'There are some moments early in director Antoine Fuqua's remake of a remake “The Magnificent Seven” when you think he’s really onto something special. But things go a bit sideways.

Latest Health News

St. Charles County Passes Prescription Drug Monitoring ProgramThe measure was passed in a unanimous decision.
Hearing to Discuss Preparations for Zika in IllinoisThe Illinois Senate Public Health Committee will hold a hearing about Zika on Tuesday in Chicago.
Food Allergies: The Deadly Dish Part 2From their kitchen to their social life, food allergy families open up about the stressful reality of daily life.
Johnson and Johnson Faces More Baby Powder Cancer LawsuitsHealthcare giant has already lost two big dollar baby powder lawsuits in St. Louis.
Food Allergies: The Deadly Dish Part 1One in 13 children in the U.S. have some kind of food allergy.
VA Announces Hiring of St. Louis VA Medical System DirectorYou can take the "interim" tag off the acting director of the St. Louis VA medical system.

Entertainment News

Orphan Grizzly Bears at ZooMontana Will Have Permanent Home in St. LouisZooMontana selected potential male names for one bear, while the Saint Louis Zoo chose female names for his sibling. From now through 11:59 p.m. Oct. 6, you can vote for your favorite name!
Harry Hamm: Magnificent IndeedRemake riding high at the box office
Granite City North HS Alums to Unveil StatueSunday ceremony pays tribute to alma mater closed since 1983
Hillary Clinton Appears on Zach Galifanakis' 'Between Two Ferns'Clinton's been doing more to reach out to the younger demographic with appearances on various programs.
Murmuration Festival Begins Today at CortexThe festival starts at 6 tonight and runs through the weekend.
Report: Brad Pitt Being Investigated for Alleged Child AbuseSources tell TMZ Pitt and his wife, actress Angelina Jolie, were on a flight last week when Pitt drank too much and "allegedly went wild, screaming and getting physical with the kids."

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