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Missouri Governor Signs $27 Billion Budget Despite ConcernsMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon has signed a $27.3 billion budget that boosts spending for education while attempting to block money from going to Planned Parenthood.
Close Call for St. Louis FirefightersRoof collapses on vacant home after fire extinguished.
Black Bear Killed in Eastern Missouri; Citation IssuedBear was found dead Monday in Jefferson County.
Belleville Woman Attacked In Condo GaragePolice say one suspect was in custody Friday afternoon, and two remained at-large.
4 Injured When Six Flags St. Louis Ride Suddenly StopsOfficials at the amusement park say the Boomerang ride stopped suddenly around 11:30 a.m. Friday.
Sewer Main Break Discovered in Mehlville AreaOfficials say there is no immediate public health warning.
Zoo Officials Withdraw Plans for Region-Wide Sales TaxOfficials withdrew the enabling legislation from the bill because they need more time to explain the zoo's needs to area civic leaders and respond to their suggestions.
Chesterfield Police Search for Sunglasses ThiefPolice are looking for a man suspected of stealing high-end sunglasses over a month-long span.
Original Sweetie Pies Restaurant to Reopen in Dellwood"This is an exciting day in Dellwood," Mayor Jones said in a press release.
Court Strikes Down St. Louis Co. Police StandardsJudge Robert Cohen says the ordinance is unconstitutional and also runs afoul of the county charter.
"Tax by the Mile" Alternative Passes Illinois LegislatureRemember the Illinois proposal to "tax by the mile"? The visceral backlash may have helped spark a more reasonable alternative.
Army Veteran Spearheads Medical Pot EffortIt would tax medical marijuana sales at four percent, raising millions annually for the treatment of Missouri veterans.

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