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Intruders Trash Old Municipal Court BuildingThe homeless, heat and humidity take toll on historic building
Blues' Upshall Focusing on Hockey, Family, Devastated HometownScottie Upshall grew up in Fort McMurray, Alberta -- which is currently in the middle of intense wildfires.
FBI Searching for St. Louis Drug Trafficker, CouriersThe FBI is looking for the head of a drug trafficking ring from St. Louis and two couriers from Phoenix.
Missouri House Votes to Pass Voter ID LawThe Missouri Legislature has passed a requirement for voters to show photo identification.
Analysis Adds Fuel to Fight Over Illinois School FundingGov. Rauner is pushing a plan that would increase school funding by providing the full per-pupil amount of state aid to districts for the first time in seven years.
Illinois Drops Plan to Tax Wealthy at Higher RatesThe proposal would've changed the Illinois Constitution so people would be taxed based on their earnings.
Missouri House Overrides Veto on Public Union DuesThe Missouri House voted Wednesday for legislation that would change how public union members pay dues, the first step to overriding a veto by Gov. Jay Nixon.
St. Louis Co. Mother Files Lawsuit Targeting Desegregation PlanVICC says only white students can transfer from the county into the city. There's also a rule that only black students can transfer from the city out to the county.
Holocaust Remembered by St. Louis FamiliesMendel Rosenberg believes in God, "because God kept me alive."
Give STL Day Raises $1.6 Million for Local CharitiesNine-hour-long website glitch kept organizers from reaching last year's total.
Nixon Vetoes Missouri Legislation to Cap School Funding GoalMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed a measure Wednesday that would cap the targets state government uses to fund public K-12 schools, chiding legislators for approving a ``broken promise'' to students he said will pave the way for them to enact more tax breaks.
University of Missouri Projects Low Freshman EnrollmentAfter earlier projections in February, interim chancellor Hank Foley instructed campus divisions to cut their budgets by 5 percent, including a hiring and wages freeze.

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