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Burned Bones Found in Rural Missouri Identified As Teen'sThe teen was reported missing in late July from her home in Longrun, Mo.
St. Louis Police Officer Cut, Suspect Shot in North CityIt happened Tuesday morning in the 5200 block of Ridge Avenue in North St. Louis.
Missouri Prepares to Execute Its 2nd Inmate of 2017Attorneys for Marcellus Williams, 48, have asked Governor Eric Greitens for clemency and argue there is a lack of DNA evidence in the conviction.
Feds: Texas Man Tried Planting Bomb on Confederate StatueSchneck's arrest comes after events in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a white supremacist rally over the removal of a Confederate statue resulted in three deaths, and the removals of other statues nationwide, including at Duke University and late Sunday evening at the University of Texas at Austin.
St. Louis Police Release Surveillance Photo of Subway Robbery SuspectThe suspect robbed the Subway restaurant at 3628 South Grand on August 12th.
2 Police Officers Injured After Suspect FleesBoth officers were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening head injuries -- one suffered a laceration, another head and neck pain.
Ferguson-Florissant Schools Superintendent ArrestedThe superintendent of the Ferguson-Florissant School District has been arrested on charges stemming from his time as a superintendent in North Carolina.
Carjacking Suspect ChargedAn 18-year-old's in custody in St. Louis County in connection with a weekend carjacking in Godfrey Illinois.
Maria Chappelle-Nadal: 'There's No Way In Hell That I'm Resigning' Missouri Democratic Party Chair Stephen Webber and U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill have called for her resignation.
How The Secret Service Investigates Social Media Threats On The PresidentSpecial agent in charge of the Secret Service in St. Louis says the problem is that many times people don't understand what they are saying.
Officer Mike Flamion's Shooter in CourtThe man accused of shooting and paralyzing Officer Mike Flamion in 2016 is in court this morning.
Experts Say Parents Should Have Open Dialogues About Racism, Current EventsIt might be hard, but experts say you should talk to your kids about racism.

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