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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.
Police Investigate Shooting at North St. Louis Gas StationIt's unclear what prompted the shootout and who was involved.
MetroLink, St. Louis Police Safety Efforts Are In MotionA week after MetroLink signed an agreement to work with police on both sides of the river to make the trains safer - organizers say the wheels are in motion.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens Hints at More Special SessionsHe called lawmakers back into session this week, saying he was ``cancelling their summer vacations.''
Missouri Museum to Display Confederate Battle FlagThe museum in the 3,300-resident Mississippi River town of Louisiana plans to unveil the donated, framed 34-inch-by-58-inch flag Saturday.
SPOTLIGHT: St. Louis' Josh Sargent is Lighting it Up at the U20 World CupDon't forget his name because he's about to be the next professional soccer player to come from the St. Louis area.
Missouri Legislature Passes Electricity Rate IncentivesLawmakers agreed with Gov. Eric Greitens on Friday to allow major electricity users to negotiate lower rates in an effort to lure hundreds of jobs to southeast Missouri, though some legislators worried the move could eventually mean higher utility bills for average customers.
Fire Chief Says Cool Down Charity Preventing Heat DeathsCharity Cool Down St. Louis looking for donations to help people run their air conditioners.
Survey Says Local Vets More Satisfied With VAThe number of veterans saying they're satisfied with treatment increasing.
Cape Girardeau Bride's 'Something Blue' Has a Tear-Jerking TwistA Cape Girardeau bride featured her 92-year-old uncle as her 'something blue'.
Trapped Man Rescued From MetroLink PlatformThe St. Louis Fire Department says it rescued a man after he became trapped between a Metrolink train and a platform.
St. Louis Centenarians Share their Secrets to Long LifeVivian Zwick and Carol Duhmey, both born in 1917, live at the Gateworth, a senior living community in St. Louis County.

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