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Police Officer Injured in Velda City ShootingA Velda City police officer was grazed by a bullet while responding to a domestic incident Monday, according to multiple news reports.
Catholic Church Sues City of St. LouisArchbishop fears Catholic schools might be told to hire teachers favoring abortion rights
Passionate 6-Year-Old Pleas For St. Louis to 'Stop Killing Each Other'You have to watch the four-minute, heart-filled speech by Jeffery, who's cousin was killed in a drive-by shooting last month.
Robots Moving Up in the World of BusinessRobots aren't just for the assembly line anymore.
Appeals Possible for Raised Property TaxesDon't wait until your actual bill comes in December to pay attention, though. Now is the time to something.
Power Outages Can Cause Mold, Bacteria in FoodIt's best not to take any chances with you or your family's health in the wake of the recent power outages.
Ameren Conducting Aerial Work Through the End of the MonthMaybe you've noticed helicopters hovering above local electrical lines, with men dangling from them.
Two Motorcycle Deaths on SundayTwo motorcyclists dead this weekend in separate accidents
11 St. Louis Shootings in 24 HoursEight shot and three dead in St. Louis this weekend.
New Alpine Coaster Opening in BransonThe second mountain coaster in Branson is expected to open as early as this summer.
Mehlville Track Closed for the SummerHere's some not-so-great news if you're among those who like to exercise by walking the track at Mehlville High School.
Ill. Senator Duckworth Offers Advice to Alma Mater GraduatesDuckworth's key words of advice to the graduates were to "Get involved, not discouraged."

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