Local News

Completion Of Coldwater Creek Cleanup Still 10 Years AwayRemoval of radioactive waste resulting from the Manhattan Project recently reached 75 percent mark.
Man Sentenced For Role in Multi-State Meth Trafficking RingA Kansas man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison without parole for participating in a four-state methamphetamine trafficking operation.
Team Chosen to Review University of Missouri After TurmoilA former system president and a wealthy university donor will help review the University of Missouri following last year's turmoil.
STL Cardinals and Catcher Molina to Announce New Fashion CollectionThey will talk about details regarding the fashion collection.
Illinois Lawmakers Pressing Toward Budget DealIllinois Republican senators say lawmakers are nearing an agreement on a six-month budget plan and a full-year's funding for public schools.
Auditor: Pine Lawn Pocketed Money From Traffic Fines Last YearWhen you drive through Pine Lawn on I-70 you usually see a police car taking radar or pulling someone over.

Politics

Team Chosen to Review University of Missouri After TurmoilA former system president and a wealthy university donor will help review the University of Missouri following last year's turmoil.
Illinois Lawmakers Pressing Toward Budget DealIllinois Republican senators say lawmakers are nearing an agreement on a six-month budget plan and a full-year's funding for public schools.
Nixon Backs Missouri Power Line for Wind EnergyNixon on Wednesday announced Clean Line Energy Partners has promised to adopt what he described as landowner protections.
Developer Paul McKee Told to Mow His LawnThe mega developer gets a scolding at St. Louis City Hall.
Missouri GOP Governor Candidate Sells 'ISIS Hunting Permits'Missouri Republican gubernatorial Eric Greitens is selling so-called ``ISIS hunting permits'' to raise money.
Illinois Newspapers Tell Rauner, Lawmakers 'Do Your Job'Newspapers seldom, if ever, coordinate stances by their opinion editors, or use their front pages for opinion pieces.

Business

Developer Paul McKee Told to Mow His LawnThe mega developer gets a scolding at St. Louis City Hall.
Gov. Nixon Signs TIF Reform Bill Into LawLimits some TIFs in St. Louis, St. Charles and Jefferson counties.
Money Donated in Bid to Make Illinois Site National ParkIf named a national park, Cahokia Mounds would become a responsibility of the federal parks system.
Illinois Lawmakers Say Progress Made on Stopgap BudgetSenate Democrats and Republican leaders filed competing plans Tuesday aimed at keeping schools open this fall.
Gun-Storage Truck Coming to Busch After All-Star BreakThe specially outfitted truck will also armed guards with body cameras.
GOP, Democrats Say Progress Made in Illinois Budget TalksThe money for higher education appears to be one area of agreement in the rival proposals introduced Tuesday.

Entertainment

Harry Hamm: And A Little Blue Fish Shall Lead ThemSo far, overall summer movie box office so bad.
National Blues Museum Reports Superb Opening MonthsNot even three months after the National Blues Museum opened in St. Louis, well over 11,000 people have passed through the museum on Washington Avenue.
St. Louis PrideFest Remembers Orlando VictimsIn addition to Sunday's parade, "Hands Across Market" recognized the lives lost
6 Things For Kids To Do This Weekend In St. LouisLooking for something to do with the kids this weekend? Check out all of the fun events happening in the St. Louis area.
Al Pacino, The Eagles Among Kennedy Center HonoreesThis year's Kennedy Center honorees include musicians who span genres including pop, rock, gospel, blues, folk and classical — and an actor known for his extraordinary range.
‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ To Broadcast Live During Political Conventions"The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" will broadcast two weeks of live shows during the political conventions in July.

Health

U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Throws Missouri Laws Into QuestionA U.S. Supreme Court ruling Monday that struck down some Texas abortion regulations also could mean similar Missouri laws are upended.
CDC Panel Recommends Doctors Stop Giving Nasal Spray VaccineThe future of the popular flu mist vaccine is up in the air.
WashU Connects Memory Loss to People with West Nile VirusThousands of people live with memory loss and other long-term neurological problems as a result of their West Nile virus infection.
IHSA OKs New Rules to Protect Players From Heat in PlayoffsThe IHSA piloted the rules during some of this year's baseball and softball state finals.
SLU Vaccine Center to Test Zika Vaccine on HumansOnce SLU researchers have initial safety data from the St. Louis trial, they will start up a second parallel study in Puerto Rico.
Nixon Signs Bill For More Access To Anti-Overdose MedicineResidents soon will be able to carry medicine to counter heroin overdoses without a prescription under a new law signed Tuesday by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon.

CBS National News

​Grizzly bear kills mountain biker near Glacier National Park
California police dog killed by friendly fire in line of duty
Longtime aide: Clinton didn't want "anybody" to see private emails
6/29: Turkey: Airport attack looks like ISIS' work; Woman's impromptu national anthem performance goes viral
Calif. school district to pay student $10.5M over chicken suit attack
Congress passes Puerto Rico debt rescue bill

CBS World News

Rio anti-doping lab shut down weeks before Olympics
U.S. airports on high alert after Istanbul
Investigators working to identify Istanbul attackers
Turkey: Airport attack looks like ISIS' work
Signs increasingly point to ISIS in Istanbul airport attack
Obama goes on "rant" about Donald Trump

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