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UPDATE: Suspect Killed During Standoff with St. Louis Police IdentifiedThe suspect had barricaded himself into a building at the corner of Gravois and Hamburg Avenue and reportedly fired shots at passing motorists.
Assault Charges Divide Voters in Montana Special Election
Cairo Man Get Life in Prison for Bank Robbery, StabbingA southern Illinois man will spend the rest of his life in prison for fatally stabbing two bank workers and critically wounding a third during a botched robbery.
Man Accused of Impersonating Purple Heart RecipientA St. Louis man who once impersonated a federal officer to get a lover to lend him money, is back in legal trouble over a Purple Heart recipient impersonation.
Manhunt Over as Shooting Suspect Captured36-year-old Casey Lowery was reportedly captured at 10 p.m. last night in Tennessee.
City, County Police Search for Suspect Vehicle in Fatal ShootingsThe vehicle is a blue or gray 1990 Chevy Silverado, with Missouri license plate number 3FT420 (zero). The Silverado has a camper shell, running boards and a rusted roof.
Woman Dead, Man Critically Hurt After St. Louis ShootingsUtility subcontractor was in an alley to fix a broken street light Thursday when a man walked up to the homeowner who called about the light. The worker saw the man shoot at the light, then shoot the homeowner in the head.
Ferguson Police Search for U.S. Bank Robbery SuspectPolice say a man held up the U.S. Bank branch at 201 North Florissant on Monday shortly after 9 a.m.
Local Democrat Wants Fewer Convenience StoresTuesday's raids of several convenience stores lead one area democratic party leader to take to twitter to express his concerns.
Authorities: Girl, 2, Dead After Man Used 'Wrestling Moves'Authorities say one of the moves 24-year-old Richard Gamache Jr. of House Springs allegedly used involved picking up the girl and slamming her to the ground.
Manchester Bombing Raises Questions of Security in St. LouisScottrade security says they already watch for threats outside the building as the crowd is leaving.
St. Louis-Area Convenience Stores RaidedAuthorities say this is a criminal investigation, not an immigration matter.

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