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Innocent Bystanders Caught in Mass Protest Arrests A husband and wife who live downtown say they were not protesters, but innocent bystanders caught up the mass arrests at Tucker and Washington September 17.
Second Shooting at the Scene of Gas Station HomicideA shooting at a gas station on South Grand last night may be connected to a deadly shooting at the same gas station the night before
Man's Body Found in Burning North County HomeSt. Louis County Police homicide investigators working Glasgow Village case
Shots Fired In Hospital Parking Lot"Multiple gunshots" reported outside Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital.
Teen Charged In Summertime Shooting Death Of 13-Year-OldSt. Louis circuit attorney also announces charges in last month's fatal shooting at a north city gas station.
St. Louis Man Accused in Killing Over CandyA St. Louis gas station clerk has been charged in the death of a customer after allegedly believing the victim tried to steal a bag of candy.
ACLU Files Suit Against St. Louis PoliceThe American Civil Liberties Union asks a federal judge to rule whether St. Louis police violated the Constitutional rights of Stockley verdict protesters.
Soulard Shooting Victim Recovers With Help From CommunityThough she is able to walk -- doctors and experts say it is a miracle she has come this far, especially in such a short amount of time -- Stippec is still recovering, and funds are still be raised for her recovery.
Police Hope to Return Stolen Pumpkins With 'Pumpkin Lineup'Maryland Heights police pull over a car suspected in Halloween display thefts to find 49 stolen pumpkins inside.
Former Kinloch Fire District Head Gets Probation for FraudProsecutors say 40-year-old Jayna Small, former president of the board of directors for the Kinloch Fire Protection District, and her husband, a former fire chief and mayor, stole the money and used it to for personal expenses.
Jury Duty Phone Scammer Claims To Be Madison Co. Sheriff's OfficeThe caller informs the person that a judge has issued a fine and warrant for their arrest, and they must pay a large fine immediately, or they will be arrested.
Metro Drivers Union Calls for Increased Safety MeasuresThe union for Metro drivers is demanding improved safety after a driver was shot outside his bus over the weekend during an attempted robbery.

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