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Missouri Humane Society Rescues 51 Dogs from ArkansasThe Missouri Humane Society now has 51 more dogs in their care after rescuing them from Arkansas.
'Outside In: Paint for Peace' Exhibit set to Debut Murals from Ferguson ProtestsBeginning August 27, the Millstone Gallery at the Center of Creative Arts (COCA) will debut an exhibit entitled “Outside In: Paint for Peace,” showcasing murals painted on the boards from the various buildings.
Mizzou Graduate Coalition Continues Fighting for UnionGraduate student at private universities can now unionize, but students at public institutions will continue fighting for their rights.
Fenton Wastewater Plant Fully Operational AgainThe Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District says it has repaired the ultraviolet process at the Fenton plant.
BackStoppers Sees Increased Donations for Officer FlamionEveryone is encouraged to continue donating to the Flamion fund, which will be needed to pay his long-term medical bills.
Little Sisters of the Poor to Close North St. Louis HomeAfter operating for 147 years, Little Sisters of the Poor will withdraw from their residence in north St. Louis.

Latest St. Louis Sports

Chiefs Cut Two Free AgentsNeither WR Mike Williams nor S Stevie Brown played much during first 2 preseason games
North County Ballpark Named After Cards PitcherAdam Wainwright joins with Mathews-Dickey youth for ceremony
Pujols Passes McGwire on Career HR ListAngels DH is now 10th all-time, with 584 round-trippers
Cardinals Maul Mets, 8-1Randal Grichuk clubbed 1 of 3 St. Louis home runs
Team Canada Calls On Jay BouwmeesterBlues defenseman to replace Duncan Keith on World Cup of Hockey squad
Nick Faldo On The Barclays: Bethpage Black 'A Beautiful Golf Course'Nick Faldo, CBS Sports analyst and six-time major winner, previews The Barclays, as the FedExCup playoffs tee off at Bethpage Black.

St. Louis's Top Spots

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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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.
KMOX Profiles: Carol DanielCarol Daniel has been a fixture on KMOX since 1995 when she made the move from Cape Girardeau. But how did she get here and why does she think that being a broadcaster doesn't define who she is as a person? Instead, she turns to family and faith.
KMOX Profiles: Jim talentFormer U.S. Senator Jim Talent is one of the nation's leading authorities on defense policy. He served for Missouri in the U.S. House for 8 years and was then elected to the Senate in 2002 and continues as a force in American politics.
VIDEO: Seal Jumps Onto Boat To Escape Killer WhalesA YouTube user uploaded a video of a seal jumping onto the rear deck of his boat in British Columbia to escape killer whales swimming nearby.
KMOX To Host Donation Drive For Louisiana Flood VictimsJoin KMOX and local Teamsters at Lowe's in Maplewood on Friday, August 26th from 8:30 am until 11 am and help us collect much needed items to aid the flood victims in Louisiana.
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.

Latest Health News

East St. Louis Closes Jail After Sanitation ComplaintAn unidentified officer filed the complaint Monday.
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.

Entertainment News

Festival of Nations to Celebrate Diversity at Tower Grove ParkThe Festival of Nations is "a giant world party" featuring food, music and entertainment from more than 40 nations and ethnicities.
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.

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