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20 Years On, A Friendly Habit Becomes A Self-Appointed "Job"That's how long "Sam the Waving Man" has been greeting cars passing his East St. Louis home.
Judge W. Brent Powell Appointed to Missouri Supreme CourtJudge W. Brent Powell will replace former Judge Richard Teitelman, who died in November at his home in St. Louis.
Police: Missouri Body Encased in Concrete Likely Missing ManPolice in Fulton say a body found encased in concrete inside a container is likely that of a developmentally disabled man that has been missing for a week.
Actor Nick Offerman to Give Illinois' Commencement AddressThe actor, humorist, author and woodworker is a native of Minooka, Illinois and a 1993 graduate of the university's theater program.
Mo. Supreme Court Declines to Hear St. Louis Minimum Wage CaseLast month, the state's Supreme Court struck down a state wage law on procedural grounds.
Woman Dies In Fire At North St. Louis County Retirement HomeVictim lived in second floor apartment, her identity's being withheld pending autopsy.
Democratic Illinois House OKs Public Funding for Abortions"I believe it is disrespectful to tell a woman what she can or can not do with her body," State Representative Chris Welch says.
Two Lawmakers Work to Address Code Violations at NLECCarpenters have agreed to do the work on the New Life Evangelistic Center for free - next up is finding a home improvement store to donate materials.
Missouri High Court Strikes Down Puppy Mill Defamation SuitA Kennel owner sued advocacy groups over a 2010 report calling her kennel one of the ``worst puppy mills in Missouri.''
Loop Trolley Means New 'Rules of the Road' on DelmarOfficials are looking at ordinances that will allow police to tow cars that block the trolley's path, and ticket the owners, so the system doesn't bog down.
Willie McGee Has Been Matheny's Extra Eyes This SeasonThe St. Louis Cardinals manager says he has requested advice from McGee and plans to keep using his 'great baseball mind' as much as possible.
Missouri Senate Votes To Up Funding For Public K-12 SchoolsSenators were split on whether to give the extra money to K-12 schools while state revenues are lagging.

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