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New Illinois Law Will Let Adults Earn High School DiplomasRauner's office says diplomas are more advantageous than GED certificates because they give adults "better skills for postsecondary education and the workplace.''
Ed Sheeran Coming to Busch Stadium in Sept. 2018The St. Louis Cardinals announced Friday afternoon that musician Ed Sheeran will make his Busch Stadium debut on Sept. 6, 2018.
Aldermen Unanimously Pass Resolution Honoring Anthony Lamar SmithReed says what was unusual about this resolution is that the aldermen invited Smith's mother to the chamber to receive it -- most are given in person at events or meetings.
UPDATE: Student Found Dead on WashU CampusIn a letter to parents, the university says the student was found dead early this morning at the construction site at the east end of the Danforth campus.
ACLU Sues City of St. Louis Over Stockley Protest Police TacticsThe ACLU says it understands police are under enormous pressure with long shifts and being the subject of the protests, but says that's "no excuse for violating the constitution."
Walmart, Target Launch Delivery Services to Compete with AmazonFor Target, the retailer is expanding its Target Restock program to eight new cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta and St. Louis.
Panera CEO Promotes New Kid's Menu with a DareThe CEO of Sunset Hills-based Panera Bread has a challenge for his fast food rivals.
Rasmussen Poll Shows Mixed Opinions on St. Louis What does America think of the images coming from St. Louis?
Obamacare Repeal Faces Another Repeal AttemptThe latest GOP plan to repeal Obamacare is facing a September 30th deadline, with uncertainty even among Republicans whether it will pass.
Police Union Says Body Cams Could be Unfair to OfficersDespite public pressure that prompted passage this week of a one-year trial run on police body cameras, the St. Louis Police Union says it's not a done deal.
Some Advocates Not Satisfied with Pope's ActionsPope Francis says he's not giving any second chances to priests who abuse children and will not sign any pardons for clergy found guilty of abuse.
Wagner Hopes for New Discussions after ProtestsMissouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner says she's fielded many calls from friends on Capitol Hill, as well as constituents and family members, about racial tension escalating since the Jason Stockley "not guilty" decision.

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