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Veterans Group Superbowl Ad Rejected by NFLThe league has since issued a statement saying the Superbowl program has never been a place for ads that could be considered a political statement.
Police Union Fights Subpoena Power BillA standoff is brewing between the police union and board of aldermen over a bill that would give subpoena power to a civilian oversight panel that investigates police.
Meeting to Discuss Hyperloop Possibilities for St. LouisThere's a meeting about Hyperloop this morning with MoDOT and St. Louis Regional Chamber.
Rauner: Cut Taxes, 'Wasteful Spending' To Curb Deficit
Embattled Missouri Governor Proposes $68M in Higher Ed CutsHe did not directly answer repeated questions from reporters Monday over whether allegations that he took a partially nude photo of the woman are true.
Hawley Wants Penalties for Missouri Records Law ViolationsHawley's call to update state record-retention laws comes as his office is looking into reports that fellow Republican Gov. Eric Greitens and other top staffers in his office have Confide app accounts.
Greitens: 'This Is A Mistake That I Made, But It's Not Who I Am'"Mark, there was not blackmail, there was no photograph for a threat of blackmail, there was no threat of violence, there was no violence. Those things are false."
End to Government Shutdown in Sight as Dems Halt FilibusterBefore the government can reopen the Senate must vote on final passage, the House must approve in turn, and President Donald Trump must sign the measure.
Wildwood Council Votes Tonight on Hidden Valley Zip LineA vote tonight in Wildwood on the future of Hidden Valley.
Metrolink Expansion Could be Coming to North, South St. LouisDon't expect to see new train tracks even in the next few years.
New Bill Would Give Police Review Board Subpoena PowerThe civilian oversight board that reviews allegations of wrongdoing against St. Louis Police would have subpoena power under a bill before the board of aldermen.
Greitens Facing Possible Impeachment InvestigationAs Gov. Greitens faces week number two since the scandal broke, the governor may also face another investigation

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