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White House: Sen. Kirk's 'Drug Dealer' Comment 'Outrageous'The White House is firing back at Sen. Mark Kirk for his comment that President Barack Obama was "acting like the drug dealer in chief"
Prices Up, Choices Down on Illinois Health Insurance MarketSt. Clair, Madison and Monroe County customers will have only one insurance choice next year.
St. Louis Fashion Incubator Unveils Inaugural Design Winners"Our mission is to help accelerate their business...and grow their brand."
Could There Be 2 Ferris Wheels in the Works for Downtown STL?Bob O'Laughlin of LHM says a ferris wheel would block views of Busch Stadium from his hotel.
Prosecutor Wants Photos of Michael Brown's Body RestrictedThe filing warned that if the images became public they ``may provoke unbridled violence.''
Fort Leonard Wood PowerPoint Slide Listed Hillary Clinton as 'Insider' ThreatShe might be our next president, but someone at Fort Leonard Wood also thinks Hillary Clinton is a threat to national security, thanks to her email scandal.
'Outside In: Paint for Peace' Exhibit set to Debut Murals from Ferguson ProtestsBeginning August 27, the Millstone Gallery at the Center of Creative Arts (COCA) will debut an exhibit entitled “Outside In: Paint for Peace,” showcasing murals painted on the boards from the various buildings.
In Some U.S. Schools, Resistance to Ending Corporal PunishmentRules are rules, said mother Kimberly Zacher, so why shouldn't the punishment be the same as at home when her daughter falls out of line?
East St. Louis Closes Jail After Sanitation ComplaintAn unidentified officer filed the complaint Monday.
Thousands of Dollars Worth of Sunglasses Stolen in ChesterfieldSurveillance video shows three people walk in to the Solstice Sunglass Outlet on North Outer 40 on Sunday wearing masks, hoods and gloves.
Fire Damages Rural Missouri SchoolThe Missouri state fire marshal is being asked to investigate a fire that badly damaged a southeast Missouri school.
BBB Warns St. Louis About Burial Insurance SchemeThe Better Business Bureau is warning St. Louis residents who receive an offer in the mail for burial insurance policies.

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