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State Reps. Propose Independent Investigations in Police KillingsA Missouri State Representative is trying to pass a measure requiring an independent investigator anytime law enforcement is involved in someone's death.
Arch Grants Executive Director Moves OnArch Grants executive director Ginger Imster announced she's leaving the organization that's attracted 96 start-ups to town. But she's moving up to the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership as Vice President of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
MLB to Push Forward With Process for Rule ChangesChanges are being considered to the strike zone, installation of pitch clocks and limits on trips to the pitcher's mound.
Yahoo and Verizon Strike a Deal after Cyber AttacksVerizon and Yahoo have cut another deal in the wake of two massive cyber attacks. Verizon will buy Yahoo's internet properties for $4.48 billion, down $350 million from the original agreement.
Discussion Continues on New NGA SiteThe National Geospatial Intelligence Agency continues to make slow but steady progress toward moving from its current location near Anheuser-Busch to its new home just north of downtown.
St. Louis Looks to Open Trade with the Port of New OrleansSt. Louis is looking to spur trade with the New Orleans area centered around the Mississippi River.

Latest St. Louis Sports

2017 NBA Second Half Preview – Western ConferenceWith the NBA season more than half over, Western Conference teams prepare for the playoffs or the draft.
'Miracle On Ice' Creates Most Chilling Moment in Sports Broadcasting, Film HistoryIt happened 37 years ago today, 'Do you believe in miracles?' And it also lead to one of the greatest speeches in sports film history.
Cardinals Fans Will Create Busch Stadium's Newest Food ItemThe fan who submits the winning menu item, based on fan votes, will win four tickets to Opening Day.
MLB Ends 4-Pitch Intentional Walks, Moves to Dugout SignalA signal will come from the dugout and the home plate umpire will then direct the batter to first base.
MLB to Push Forward With Process for Rule ChangesChanges are being considered to the strike zone, installation of pitch clocks and limits on trips to the pitcher's mound.
Kentucky Coach Calipari Walks Away From Question About Mizzou FansThe coach of the No. 11 ranked Wildcats probably didn't have anything nice to say about the 'Cal, you suck' chant.

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Best Places To See Indie Rock In St. LouisDance to the beat of alternative, independent music at these best places to see Indie rock in St. Louis.
Best Bagels And Lox In St. LouisFind the most delicious brined salmon filet atop a bagel at these restaurants that sell the best bagels and lox in St. Louis.
How To Keep Your Family Safe From Foodborne IllnessWant to keep your family safe from foodborne illness? Try these tips from Dr. Hank Parker, author of "Containment."
Lady Gaga to Stop in STL on 'Joanne World Tour'Tickets for the concert in St. Louis will go on sale Monday, February 20th at 10 a.m.
Best Lingerie Boutiques In St. Louis For Valentine's Day GiftsValentine’s Day is just around the corner, and if you are shopping for a little something intimate and sexy for the one you love, St. Louis has a variety of lingerie boutiques for you. You’ll find quality service at boutiques that serve women of every style, shape and size. They’ll help you find just the right gift for your Valentine, and you'll both enjoy the romance that lingers from the gift giving.
Reduce Pain With These Gluten-Free RecipesWant to start building a healthier you? Start today with these recipes from Dr. Peter Osborne, author of "No Grain, No Pain."

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Aisha & Debbie Dish: Secrets To Marriage, Vandalism At A Jewish Cemetery, & Creepy DollsThis week Aisha & Debbie Dish on the secret to a lasting marriage and your role in others' marriages, the bright side of vandalism at a Jewish cemetery, and a creepy, new doll that could endanger your child.
Student of Achievement: Jenna Hutson"It's an honor that I was chosen in the first place...my high school counselor emailed me and said that they chose me. It was just really cool and I would love to do my school the honor," says 2016 winner Jenna Hutson of Ritenor High School.
Student of Achievement: Ben Font"I plan to go into math and vocal music, secondary ed," says 2016 winner Ben Font from Hillsboro High School.
Aisha & Debbie Dish: Russia & Mike Flynn, The Depression Rate In Girls, & Hidden Messages On YouTubeThis week Aisha and Debbie discuss Russia and Mike Flynn, depression rates among girls tied to social media, a new term for over-60 relationships, and nasty, hidden messages on your kids’ favorite YouTube channels.
Join The Cardinals, KMOX 2017 Komen Race For The Cure TeamThe 19th Annual Komen St. Louis Race for The Cure will be on Saturday, June 10, 2017.
KMOX Profiles: Dan O'NeillDan O'Neill, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Writer, profiled by KMOX's Tom Ackerman.

Latest Health News

Physicians Concerned for Patients in Hospital MergerWe told you yesterday about the merger of Saint Anthony's Medical Center and Mercy Saint Louis. Some physicians are expressing concerns mergers like this are affecting patient care and choice.
Alzheimer's Advocates to Protest Budget Cuts in Jefferson CityMore than two hundred Alzheimer's advocates, including a hundred from St. Louis, will descend on the state capitol Wednesday to say funds to help families care for their loved ones should be restored to the budget.
Medication Schedules Could be Key to Managing Heart DiseaseAccording to Todd Ruppar, poor adherence to a medication schedule is a big reason that cardiovascular disease remains the number one killer of Americans 18 and older.
Wash U Research Could Predict Autism EarlyWashington University researchers have made progress in predicting autism in infants with a family history of the disorder.
St. Louis Comptroller Hosts Blood Drive for Sickle Cell AwarenessComptroller Darlene Green, in partnership with the American Red Cross, hosted a blood drive for Sickle Cell awareness.
Flu Cases Continue to Rise in MissouriThe flu was so bad last week in the Missouri boot-heel town of Clarkton that Superintendent DeLane Beckwith closed the public schools for a few days.

Entertainment News

Top Presidential Films & Documentaries To Watch This WeekendTo celebrate this long Presidents' Day weekend, enjoy a few of these top movies about the Oval Office!
Thimble Tossed! Game Piece Voted Out of Monopoly Board GameHashtags, emojis and even a rubber duck may replace dogs, cats and hats in an upcoming version.
2017 ACM NomineesFull list of 2017 ACM nominees.
Valentine's Day Restaurant DealsCelebrating on a budget? Check out this list of Valentine’s Day freebies and deals offered by restaurants!
Katherine Heigl Battles "Doubt" In CBS' Newest DramaKatherine Heigl stars in the new courtroom drama, "Doubt." Tune in every Wednesday at 10/9c, only on CBS.
Couples Share Love Stories That Began with MetroLinkThere are a lot of places to find love, and this Valentine's Day, MetroLink is profiling passengers who've found love on the rails.

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