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Danger in St. Louis County Parks Due to Pokemon GoAt Lone Elk Park, there is wildlife such as bison and elk. Chief Park Ranger John Nesbit says that can be dangerous.
Sweetie Pie's Owner Sues Son Alleging Trademark InfringementRobbie Montgomery filed suit in federal court Monday against her son, Tim Norman, who operates two Sweetie Pie's restaurants in the St. Louis area and one in North Hollywood, California.
Huge Turnout For Open House At Ballwin Police HQOfficer Mike Flamion was shot and severely wounded earlier this month.
Recent Poll Shows Illinois Democrats Favor Durbin for Governor in 2018Rumors have been flying this week about U.S. Senator Dick Durbin's potential run to challenge Republican Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner.
Blagojevich Won't Attend Resentencing; to Take Part by VideoThe 59-year-old Democrat preferred to return to his hometown but reluctantly agreed with officials that the logistics of the 1,000-mile journey would be complicated, attorney Leonard Goodman told Judge James Zagel at a status hearing.
South County Residents Speak Out Against Proposed Apartment ComplexJHB Properties is proposing a 232 unit apartment complex in that area.
Former St. Louis Officer Sentenced For Beating Suspect A former St. Louis police detective who admitted beating a handcuffed suspect faces more than four years in federal prison for a civil rights violation.
Mother Masterminds Murder Conspiracy to Free SonCircuit Attorney says the case shows the need to block out some information on police reports
St. Louis Ordered to Pay $1.5 Million Over False ArrestMichael J. Banks alleged in the suit that then-officer Reginald Williams punched and robbed him of $1,100 during the arrest in 2002.
Rauner: Illinois Doing All It Can on Legionnaires' CasesThe veterans home in Quincy has stopped admitting new residents.
Appeals Court Rejects Suit Over Missouri Execution ProtocolThe appeals court said the lawsuit failed to state a claim upon which relief could be granted.
Defying Judge, SNAP Won't BudgeShowdown could determine future of clergy victims movement.

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