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First King Penguin Hatches at Kansas City ZooThe chick was named Louie after a vote on social media.
St. Louis Considering Consultant Proposals for Lambert AirportThe city of St. Louis is getting closer to picking a consultant to guide it through the process of possibly leasing Lambert Airport
New Flu Numbers to Come Out TodayNew local influenza numbers are due out later today.
Rev. Rice Predicts More Homeless Deaths Amidst LawsuitRice is fighting a suit filed late last week by property owners around his closed shelter.
McCaskill Wary of Tax Reform BillMissouri's Democratic Senator is saying, not so fast.
New Mehlville Math Specialists Start ThursdaySix specialists will be spread among six schools to help improve math scores.
Gov. Greitens: Affair Won't Deter Me From WorkFacing new calls to resign from some fellow Republicans, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens instead affirmed his intent Tuesday to remain on the job.
Attorney Releases More Greitens Affair RecordingsAl Watkins says law enforcement wanted them.
North-South Metrolink Expansion May Begin With "Starter System"Would cost about half of $1.3 billion needed for full 19-mile route.
Former TV Reporter, Ferguson Spokesman Faces Meth ChargesPolice seized a gray fanny pack holding: A plastic container, five plastic bags with drug residue, dryer sheets, metal wires and an eye glass case with two pipes.
Missouri House Endorses Bill to Loosen Hair Braiding RulesSponsoring Rep. Shamed Dogan, a St. Louis County Republican, says the legislation "removes unnecessary and irrational burdens'' imposed by government.
Officials: Small Earthquake Felt in Missouri, TennesseeNo damage has been reported, but the survey reports the quake also was felt in parts of West Tennessee, northeast Arkansas and western Kentucky.

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