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SEC: Former Monsanto Exec to Get $22.5M as WhistleblowerTuesday's award is the second-biggest the SEC has given a whistleblower since a $30 million payout in 2014.
Trump Sign Leads to High School SuspensionDistrict says the suspension is about defiance, not politics.
7,000 Flags to be Posted on Art HillThe 7,000 men and women killed in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq will each be commemorated with a flag posted on Art Hill from Sept. 6 through the 11.
St. Charles County Read For A Prescription Drug Monitoring ProgramCouncil Takes Up Measure September 12th
Police: Man Confronted Over Stolen Cheetos Tries to Set FireA St. Louis man is accused of trying to burn down a gas station after being confronted for stealing a bag of Flamin' Hot Cheetos.
'Mentoring 1-2-3' aims to address juvenile delinquency in St. Louis

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10 Questions With Pro Wrestling’s Next Big Star, Adam ColeTwo-time Ring of Honor world champion Adam Cole discusses wrestling overseas in Japan and enjoying his time while working towards his 'WrestleMania moment.'
2016 College Football Opening Weekend Games To WatchCollege football kicks off with a big slate of games this weekend. Here are the ones you should look out for.
SIU Forward Transfers to Alabama6'7" Bola Olaniyan graduated over the summer, so he can play immediately
Mizzou Walk-On to Start Against West VirginiaDefensive end Jordan Harold transferred from Northwest Missouri State
Mike Leake Placed on Disabled ListPitcher has been diagnosed with shingles
Cardinals Win Crazy Game in MilwaukeeTeam sets new mark for home runs in month, but beats Brewers on errant throw

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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.
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.

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7,000 Flags to be Posted on Art HillThe 7,000 men and women killed in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq will each be commemorated with a flag posted on Art Hill from Sept. 6 through the 11.
Animal Cruelty Charge for Woman Who Tied Shoelace Around Dog's MuzzleSarah Boothby, 24, wrote the caption "When you chew up mommy's show laces..." alongside the picture showing a purple shoelace clamping the dog's mouth shut.
Ferrario’s Getting Hitched: Now, Where Are We Going to Live?Over two dozen houses researched, three different realtors, and 1000s of pieces of paperwork later, we felt like we were out of options, and it was going to be an apartment.
Mark On Movies: 'Hands Of Stone'Robert DeNiro stars as legendary boxing trainer Ray Arcel in the new fight biopic "Hands Of Stone."
Louisiana Flood Relief Drive Collects Thousands in DonationsCash donations are still coming in, but the American Red Cross says the morning drive took in $15,000.
KMOX Profiles: Mark ReardonMark Reardon needs no introduction. He is the voice you hear on afternoons on KMOX arguing, debating, explaining and trying to convince us all that he is right.

Latest Health News

Mizzou Researchers Sued for Blinding, Killing Beagles in Failed ExperimentAnother controversy at Mizzou — a rescue organization is suing researchers at the University of Missouri – Columbia who purposely blinded six beagles and then killed them after the project failed.
Transgender Inmate Latest to Push for Hormone TreatmentA transgender inmate is suing the Missouri prison system for refusing to provide hormone therapy as she transitions to a woman, adding her voice to those of prisoners in other states who argue that denying such treatment amounts to cruel and unusual punishment.
Wash U Study Finds Excess Weight Linked to More CancersA new study from Washington University School of Medicine finds excess weight is linked to eight more cancer types.
St. Louis Electricians Seek To Help Sick ChildrenUnion members buy toys, will make cash donation to Childrens Hospital
Weight-Loss Methods Yield Similar Results Says SLU StudyWhich works better to improve the cardiovascular health of overweight people: dieting, exercise or a combination of both?
East St. Louis Closes Jail After Sanitation ComplaintAn unidentified officer filed the complaint Monday.

Entertainment News

Student Sees Benefits of 'Pokémon Go'Some say augmented reality gaming has educational benefits for those who otherwise would stay indoors.
Nephew: Gene Wilder, Star of Mel Brooks Movies, Dies at 83Wilder's nephew said Monday that the actor and writer died earlier this month in Stamford, Connecticut from complications from Alzheimer's disease.
Mark On Movies: 'Hands Of Stone'Robert DeNiro stars as legendary boxing trainer Ray Arcel in the new fight biopic "Hands Of Stone."
Muny Attendance 2016 Shows Positive TrendsEnhanced production quality, superior casting, more imaginative presentations and large Muny orchestra boost attendance.
After 46 Years Voice of Fairmount Park Goes SilentThe Fairmount Park announcer plans to retire at the end of the season, which runs through Sept. 5.
Harry Hamm: Best Picture of the Year, Come "Hell Or High Water"Motion picture is a top contender come award season.

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