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USDA Files Complaint Over Treatment of Circus Elephants

A company hired by Moolah Shriners to stage a circus in suburban St. Louis is accused in a federal complaint of mishandling elephants during two shows in Missouri and Pennsylvania.

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Police 'Operation Slab' Seize Methamphetamine And Weapons In Auckland

10 Get Federal Prison Over El Paso Methamphetamine Ring

Ten people have been sentenced to prison for their roles in a West Texas-based methamphetamine ring that sent drugs to California, Illinois and Georgia.

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Nixon Commutes Life Sentence For Man Convicted On Marijuana-Related Charges

The long effort to free Jeff Mizanskey has paid off.

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Woman Killed With Children in Car

Police say shooting happened late Thursday in north St. Louis

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Police Find Drugs, Stolen Items After High Speed Chase

Franklin County, Mo. sheriff says both suspects in car were on probation when taken into custody overnight

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Suspect Loses Shirt in Attempted Robbery

Employee rips off shirt and the towel he was using to hide his face

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St. Charles Carjacker Sought After Chase

His accomplice who was driving a follow car is in custody

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Man Arrested for Stealing Socks, Former Neighbor Weighs In

Dowdy was out on parole from a 2008 burglary conviction.

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Memorial Day Weekend Travels Expected to be Higher This Year

Gas prices are a big part of the reason why.

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Ameren Gets Top Rating From Diversity Inc.

“Diversity is just part of how we do things.”

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Mourners Gather to Remember Taylor Clark

Mourners gathered Wednesday night to remember Taylor Clark.

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Gov. Nixon’s 2015 State of the State Address

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon implored lawmakers to embrace policies that “foster healing and hope” Wednesday as he delivered his first State of the State address since the unrest that erupted over the fatal police shooting of a black 18-year-old in Ferguson.

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