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Missouri Professor Calls Her Protest Actions EmbarrassingShe calls the run-in ``a hectic and flustering moment,'' and says she wasn't calling for violence.
Wrongful Death Suits Filed in Fatal Crash for Woman, GirlsThe lawsuit alleges that MoDOT was negligent in failing to install a cable barrier along U.S. 61 where a woman and her two daughters were killed.
$14 Million Soccer Complex Coming to Creve CoeurFunding for the complex would come from the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission.
New Study Finds Marijuana Use Decreased Over DecadeLead researcher Dr. Richard Grucza of Washington University, says a 20 percent increase is still substantial, but not doubled.
Sewage Still Pouring from Fenton Treatment PlantMSD Spokesman Sean Hadley tells KMOX that crews are working around the clock to repair severe damage caused by the December flooding.
Crestwood TIF Commission Recommends Approval Of Mall Redevelopment PlanThe move means the city's board of aldermen will only need a simple majority to approve TIF spending.
Missouri Senators Consider Government Role in Road SafetyOne bill reviewed in a hearing Wednesday would require everyone in a car to wear a seat belt, including adults in the backseat who are currently exempt from seat belt requirements.
Radiologist Uses Images To Create Art"When I was a resident several years ago, I really saw the beauty of some of these images and I really thought I could make art out of them," Dr. Brett Prywitch says.
Vehicle Emissions Test Notices Suspended Amid Budget ImpasseThe EPA said in a news release that it was forced to suspend mailing of vehicle emissions test notices, starting with license plates that expire at the end of March, due to the lack of a state budget.
Missouri Senate Backs Fees for Missed Medicaid AppointmentSenators endorsed the bill Wednesday after adding a section designed to make it easier for health care providers to advertise their cost estimates.
Ferguson Defends Its Changes to DOJ Order"We know that the cost of our estimates of going to court right now is cheaper than signing it," Knowles says. "We know that it's cheaper to fight it in court."
Department of Justice to Sue FergusonThe Justice Department has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the city of Ferguson, one day after the city council voted to revise an agreement aimed at improving how police and courts treat poor people and minorities.

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