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Gas Leak Prompts Evacuations in South CityLaclede Gas says a construction crew hit a 2 inch main at Broadway and Stein.
EPA Finds Radiation in Westlake Landfill Runoff
Second Wash.Ave Carjacking Suspect Killed in Washington ParkHe was also a suspect of a murder in East St. Louis on Ridge Avenue about two weeks ago.
Jury Reaches $46 Million Verdict Against Monsanto Over PCBsThe case involved three people who said that exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, caused non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Missouri Senate Begins Scrutinizing Planned Parenthood FilesA Missouri Senate staffer has begun reviewing Planned Parenthood's internal records, including procedures for fetal tissue disposal.
Authorities May Close Parts of Missouri Rivers to Paddlers``If we continue to get rain, it's entirely possible the lower Current River (and possibly additional sections) could be closed as we head into Memorial Day weekend,'' Matteson said.
Missouri GOP Lawmakers, Kinder Slam Obama Bathroom GuidanceRepublican Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder first sent a letter opposing the guidance that public schools allow students to use restrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identity.
KISS Frontmen to Open Rock & Brews Restaurant in ChesterfieldThe 18th Rock & Brews chain location is set to open this fall at the Chesterfield Commons Shopping Center - the chain’s first location in the St. Louis area and in Missouri.
Meramec Caverns to Stay Closed Through Holiday WeekendMeramec Caverns, a popular Missouri attraction that draws thousands of visitors each year, will remain closed through the Memorial Day weekend because of potentially harmful vapors discovered late last year.
New Ferguson Police Chief Says It's a 'Sleepy Town'Chief Delrish Moss says Ferguson is not "one of the most dangerous places in the world."
LISTEN: Backes Chokes Up Telling Story About OttThe captain told a story about something special his teammate Steve Ott did, a man known more as a fighter, than a lover in the NHL.
St. Louis Archdiocese Warn Local Catholics of ImposterThe man was once ordained for the Omaha Archdiocese but no longer has permission to act as a priest in any Catholic Diocese.

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