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WATCH: Ken Bone Uses 15th Minute to Encourage VotingKen Bone, the area man who became famous after asking a question in the second Presidential debate in a bright red sweater, is trying to use his 15 minutes of fame to get people to vote.
STL Native Cardinal Timothy Dolan Separates Bickering Presidential CandidatesClinton and Trump exchanged verbal blows in the traditionally peaceful charity event.
Controversial Apartment Project ScrappedJHB Properties is no longer interested in having a 17-acre site at Tesson Ferry and Bauer Roads.
Lindenwood University Basketball Players Suspended After Rape AllegationsTwo players are charged with second-degree rape while the third is charged with invasion of privacy.
EXCLUSIVE FOLLOW: Alderman Defends Landlord's Dilapidated Refugee ApartmentsAlderman Jeffrey Boyd admits landlord donated hundreds to his campaign.
SLPS Says Lead Drinking Fountains Will Be Replaced by End of NovemberThe district hoped to have 40 fountains and 10 sinks at 20 schools replaced by Oct. 31.
GlobalHack Kicks Off Homelessness HackathonNearly 1,200 coders from 33 states and 5 foreign countries will try to make the homeless services industry better.
UPDATED: County Police Officer Shot in Castle Point Released From HospitalThe officer, who's not been identified, was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Judge: Illinois Inmate's Hunger Strike is Protected SpeechA U.S. judge in Chicago has ruled that an Illinois inmate was engaging in expression protected by the First Amendment when he staged a hunger strike over alleged mistreatment.
KP Development Breaks Ground on Fenton Logistics ParkThey are hoping to name the tenant of the first 160,000 square foot building within a couple of months.
Missouri Gets $8.7M from Volkswagen After Emissions ScandalAttorney General Chris Koster's office transferred the money to the state's general revenue fund on Thursday.
'Crazy Clown Craze' Ruining Reputation For Clown BusinessRandy Christensen is the President of the World Clown Association and says they have experienced impact in some places more than others.

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