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Second Police Major Sues Police DepartmentAnother police major passed over for promotion is suing the St. Louis Police Department, alleging gender bias.
Fatalities from Lightning Strikes at All-Time HighThere is about one death for every 10 people hit by lightning.
Football Player Saves Couple from Burning CarWhile driving home from church Sunday in Fulton, Jacob Ellis witnessed a car crash that trapped an elderly couple in their burning vehicle.
Claim: Doctor Refused to Remove IUD for Religious ReasonsA woman sought care after a fall dislodged her IUD, but a doctor in the Chicago-based Mercy Hospital system refused to remove it.
Illinois Graduating Seniors Have Slight ACT Score IncreaseHigh school seniors earned a score of 20.8 out of 36, one-tenth of a point higher than last year's average score.
U of I Flagship Campus May Have Record Freshman ClassFreshman enrollment at the Urbana-Champaign campus was 7,600 on Monday, an increase from the record 7,583 set in 2005.

Latest St. Louis Sports

Cards Return Home, Lose to MetsJaime Garcia falls to 10-9, giving up 6 of New York's 7 runs
Keidel: Are NFL Players Guilty Until Proven Innocent?The NFL threatened to suspend four players for not cooperating in PED investigation based on a retracted story.
Remember Isaiah Pead?St. Louis Rams draft pick nearly quit football this offseason, but may have future with Dolphins
Sky's The Limit For Kony Ealy With CarolinaMizzou alum looks to build on Super Bowl game play
Pirates Lock Up David Freese For 2 More YearsSt. Louis native inks $11 million extension with Pittsburgh
WWE’s 5 Biggest Surprises At SummerSlamWWE pushed the new era forward at SummerSlam with enough unpredictable endings to keep fans guessing. Check out the 5 biggest surprises.

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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.
Top St. Louis Spots For A Mani PediSt. Louis has lots of great venues for spend relaxing and luxurious time getting spruced up for that special occasion or just to enjoy for every day.
Top Upcoming Pro Wrestling Shows Near St. LouisCatch a ringside seat and get ready for the action at these top upcoming pro wrestling shows near St. Louis.
Top Spots To Meditate In St. LouisWith choices ranging from ancient burial grounds to state-of-the-art sensory deprivation tanks, you're sure to find a meditation spot on this list that suits your practice.

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Will EpiPen Price Keep Life-Saving Medicine Out of Reach?The price spike for EpiPen medication - from $100 in 2008 to $500 today - may have some parents struggling to make sure their children who suffer from allergies have one.
KMOX Profiles: Catherine HanawayCatherine Hanaway was the first female speaker of the Missouri House, U.S Attorney for Eastern Missouri and candidate for Missouri Governor. Debbie Monterrey explores her as a person, her take on the world and her plans for the future.
Ferrario's Getting Hitched: As If Wedding Planning Wasn’t Stressful Enough…We figured giving ourselves a little over a year would be plenty of time to take everything step-by-step and be as less stressed as possible. Not so much!
Producer Dave's Daddy Blog: Clogged UpLet me start off by saying that if you're squeamish about baby poop, you can stop reading this blog right now. Just a fair warning.
KMOX Profiles: Jeffrey ToobinJeffrey Toobin of CNN & "The New Yorker" has written best-selling books on O.J. Simpson and the Supreme Court. This time, he takes us back to the 1970's with his book "American Heiress: The Wild Saga of the Kidnapping, Crimes and Trial of Patty Hearst."
KMOX Profiles: Lori ChalupnyLori Chalupny is a St. Louisan, National Champion, Gold Medalist and World Cup Champ. She played college soccer at North Carolina before joining the national team and the Chicago Red Stars and now coaches in St. Louis at Maryville University.

Latest Health News

Claim: Doctor Refused to Remove IUD for Religious ReasonsA woman sought care after a fall dislodged her IUD, but a doctor in the Chicago-based Mercy Hospital system refused to remove it.
Women With Dense Breasts Should Be Screened Annually, Study SaysHow often should a woman get a mammogram? A new study says it all depends on her medical history and breast density.
Will EpiPen Price Keep Life-Saving Medicine Out of Reach?The price spike for EpiPen medication - from $100 in 2008 to $500 today - may have some parents struggling to make sure their children who suffer from allergies have one.
10,000 Pill Disposal Pouches Coming to St. CharlesThe Boys & Girls Club of St. Charles County received a donation of 10,000 disposal pouches from Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals.
Study Finds New Missouri Moms Breastfeed More Than IllinoisNew Missouri moms are doing a bit better job of breastfeeding their newborn babies than Illinois moms.
County Councilman Wants to Raise Minimum Age to Buy CigarettesCounty councilman Sam Page, a physician, wants to raise the minimum age to buy cigarette from 18 to 21 years old within the county.

Entertainment News

Science Fiction Author Heinlein Honored as Famous MissourianDonors to the Heinlein Society and the Heinlein Prize Trust paid for a bronze bust of Heinlein, which will be displayed at the Capitol.
STL Zoo Selected as National Best Free Attraction ContestantVoters have until Monday, Aug. 29 at 10:59 a.m. to vote the Saint Louis Zoo as the Best Free Attraction.
1st Total Solar Eclipse Since 1442 Coming to St. Louis in Exactly 1 Year"I cannot stress enough just how spectacular of an event this is going to be," she says. "This is something that people will spend their life savings on to come see, from all around the world."
St. Charles' Festival of the Little Hills Starts TodayPatrons can expect over 300 craft booths including fine art, live entertainment, food and beer.
Soulard's Oktoberfest Cancelled, Another Group Trying to Revive ItThe Soulard Oktoberfest Benevolent Association says because costs are not in line with revenues, it is cancelling this year's event.
Backstage Tour With Makers of 'Kubo and the Two Strings'Mark Reardon went on a tour through the set of "Kubo and the Two Strings," which is set to be released Friday, Aug. 19.

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