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Rock-Loving Orangutan Causes $220K Damage at St. Louis ZooThe zoo's ape care team taught the orangutan to bring them rocks in exchange for treats. But the ape started banging on the windows with rocks when zookeepers weren't around, presumably to get someone's attention for a reward.
Wash U Researchers Creating Powdered Artificial Blood CellsA small bag of powder would turn into a pint of blood just by adding water, which could be used by EMT's and military.
Police to Carry Anti-Overdose Drugs for DogsThe department calls it an advancement in the its "high level of care for its valued K-9 officers."
Police Search for Driver Who Swerved at OfficerThe vehicle crashed and a stolen gun was found inside, but the driver is still on the loose.
UPDATE: Driver and Students Escape School Bus Fire on I-44All passengers escaped unharmed, but it is unclear what caused the fire.
UPDATE: Governor-Elect Eric Greitens' Wife Robbed at GunpointGreitens says the incident has strengthened his resolve to create safer neighborhoods across the state.

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Edmundson Activated, Bortuzzo Placed on Injured ReserveThe St. Louis Blues defensemen have swapped places, with Joel Edmundson returning to the roster and Robert Bortuzzo being placed on IR.
Vladimir Tarasenko Named "Sports Personality Of Year"Russia native becomes third Blues player to win Missouri Athletic Club award in 18 years
Chiefs Defying Odds At 9-3Big division and conference match-up looming Thursday night versus Oakland
St. Louis Public Library Opens Blues 50th Anniversary History Exhibit'50 Years of Blood, Sweat and Cheers - A Tribute to the St. Louis Blues and Their Fans' opened at 10 a.m. Monday.
Keidel: Are These Chiefs For Real?The Chiefs seem to be perennial contenders, but never quite good enough to make the Super Bowl. This season might be different.
Kansas City Chiefs Team Grades: Defense, Special Teams Shine In Chiefs' Win Over FalconsEric Berry returned two INTs for scores to lead Kansas City to 29-28 win in Atlanta.

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Tips For Staying Healthy During Your Holidays TravelFive helpful tips on helping you stay healthy during your holiday travels
Best Family-Friendly Holiday Events In St. LouisThe holiday season is upon us and the best part of it is spending treasured time with family, friends and loved ones. In St. Louis, we make holiday memories by enjoying a multitude of family friendly events that celebrate the season. Gather the kids and make plans to visit these great locations with holiday themed activities. It will be the bright red bow on your holiday celebrations.
5 Best European Ski ResortsStart planning your next ski vacation to one of the top European ski resorts
Best 24 Hour Diners In St. LouisLate night munchies are never a problem when you satisfy your all-night appetite cravings for a slinger, breakfast, toasted ravioli, or burgers at these top 24-hour diners in St. Louis
Thanksgiving Weekend Travel TipsFive helpful tips to make your Thanksgiving weekend travel less stressful and more pleasant
Best Black Wednesday Bars In St. LouisWe’re upon the holiday season and that electric excitement is in the air. Thoughts of reuniting with family and friends are at the center of our thoughts. And on Black Wednesday, making plans to come together with loved ones, whom you haven’t seen for far too long, is easy. St. Louis watering holes, of all varieties, are gearing up for your celebrations. Get caught up and make new memories while enjoying a drink and some great food, at these favorite St. Louis bars.

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Health Check-Up: Magic Mushrooms, More Zika and InsomniaOn Monday's health check-up, Fred covers magic mushrooms, a FDA approved drug to fight Zika, and a possible cure for chronic insomnia.
Health Check-Up: Kidney Cancer, Heart Disease, and EuthanizationsOn Friday's health check-up, new drug for late-stage kidney cancer, how aspirin helps risk of heart disease, and euthanization in the Netherlands.
KMOX Profiles: John CarneyRadio Talk Show Host, John Carney, is profiled by KMOX's Mark Reardon
Health Check-Up: Nation's Health, Ecstasy, and New Blood TestsOn Thursdays health check-up, Fred covers the nation's health, FDA to test ecstasy, and a blood test that may predict when someone will die.
KMOX Profiles: Terry BarberTerry Barber is a countertenor who has performed on stages around the world as a member of the Grammy Award-winning group, Chanticleer. As a solo artist in St. Louis, Barber is the founder of Artists For A Cause (a4ac.org) and his album, "Christmas Presence" has been nominated for several Grammy's.
KMOX Profiles: Johnny RabbitJohnny Rabbitt, Host of the classic Saturday night oldies show "Rte. 66" on KMOX, profiled by Tom Ackerman

Latest Health News

Wash U Researchers Creating Powdered Artificial Blood CellsA small bag of powder would turn into a pint of blood just by adding water, which could be used by EMT's and military.
Health Check-Up: Magic Mushrooms, More Zika and InsomniaOn Monday's health check-up, Fred covers magic mushrooms, a FDA approved drug to fight Zika, and a possible cure for chronic insomnia.
Health Check-Up: Kidney Cancer, Heart Disease, and EuthanizationsOn Friday's health check-up, new drug for late-stage kidney cancer, how aspirin helps risk of heart disease, and euthanization in the Netherlands.
First Day of Increased Age Requirement to Buy Tobacco in CountyCounty Council said nearly 2,000 deaths were caused by smoking, and 800 kids began smoking in the county last year.
Mizzou Students Urged to Cancel Social Events as Mumps SpreadThe outbreak began in early November with four confirmed cases.
Chappelle-Nadal Offers $5,000 Challenge to STL Mayoral CandidatesMaria Chappelle-Nadal, whose district includes the airport, wants the candidates to take ownership of an issue that she says city politicians have ignored for years.

Entertainment News

Here's Everything Amazing From Last Night's Victoria’s Secret Fashion ShowFor the first time ever, Paris was the location of the glamorous, star studded affair. Somehow, the city of love had never previously hosted the sexiest fashion show on earth.
Harry Hamm: 'Moana' and 'Beasts' Chew Up the Movie Box OfficeFilmgoers buying fantasy and escapism with a family flair.
Steve Martin and Martin Short Coming to the FoxThe show is called "An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life," and will feature stand-up, film clips, musical numbers and conversations about their lives in show business.
Six Flags Searching for Couples to Set World Record for Kissing Under MistletoeOn Saturday, Dec. 10, Six Flags will ask 100 couples to show their loving holiday spirit and break the world record for most couples kissing under mistletoe.
Gun N' Roses to Make St. Louis Return Next SummerTickets for the July 27 show at The Dome at America's Center go on sale this Saturday.
90-Year-Old Aerialist Takes Her Final FlightFor one last time, Elizabeth 'Bunny' Herring will display her aerialist routine for Circus Harmony at City Museum.

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