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100th Day in Office: Mayor Krewson on St. Louis Police, Chief Search"I think, ideally, our sales tax would not be as high as it is, but I also think that in this job, you don't get the luxury of not doing something," she says. "It'll be two to three dollars for a family, per month."
Deadly St. Louis Explosion Draws New LawsuitThe children of a woman who was among four people killed when a steam-filled tank weighing nearly 2,000 pounds exploded at a box plant and flew onto a building are suing the plant. 
Gateway Arch Named Among Top 10 Trendiest Attractions in U.S.TripAdvisor announced the nation’s hottest attractions for the summer -- and St. Louis' Gateway Arch was named among the most popular in the country.
Urban League National Convention Back in St. LouisThe National Urban League brings its annual convention to St. Louis, which means attention again turns to Ferguson
Ellisville Mayor Proposes Prop P-Funded City Hall-Police StationEllisville's idea is a new city hall-police station combination.
Tax Free Weekend Saves Savvy Parents MoneyParents are getting ready to dig deep to send their kids back-to-school in style.
Sen. Blunt Explains Support of Healthcare RepealRepublican Roy Blunt of Missouri was one of 45 senators to vote in favor of the 'repeal only"' version of the healthcare bill.
Miriam Academy Creates New Learning EnvironmentKids don't all learn the same way, but Miriam Academy is teaching differently.
Tanker Truck Slid Off Downtown Highway 44 Near WashingtonA tanker truck was hanging off westbound Highway 70/44, near Washington Ave. The driver was able to climb out safely.
New Walmart Neighborhood Market Opens in CollinsvilleThe world's largest retailer opens a new store in the metro east.
Locals Divided on Transgender BanPresident Trump's tweets announcing he will reinstate the ban on transgender people in the U.S. military is getting local reactions
Hammer Attack Prompts Minister to Urge Churches to Shelter HomelessChurches would shelter women and children by night, and they'd be picked up in the morning.

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