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Kentucky Lawmaker Commits Suicide Following Sexual Assault AllegationsA coroner says it appears Republican Dan Johnson shot himself on the side of a road outside Louisville.
In Touching Clip, Joe Biden Comforts Meghan McCain Over Father's Cancer BattleAn emotional moment on Wednesday's episode of "The View," as former Vice President Joe Biden consoles Meghan McCain, whose father John McCain was diagnosed with the same brain cancer as Biden's late son, Beau.
St. Louis County Council Discuss Budget Changes, Merger St. Louis county's budget gets hit with a surprise machete last night, talked city county merger.
Wash U Provost Says Tax Reform is Bad for SchoolsThe Provost at Washington University says provisions in the Republican tax proposals dealing with higher education would be bad for his school and the St. Louis region.
State Reps Calls for Cap on Electric Rates2018 must be the year that Missouri caps electric rates says state representative TJ Berry.
Mystery Runner Helps Save Illinois Mayor From Frozen LakeA mystery good Samaritan helped save an 80-year-old Illinois mayor who fell through thin ice on a lake while trying to save his dog.
Alderwoman Megan Green Running for Board of Aldermen PresidentThe election isn't until March of 2019, but already, southside Alderwoman Megan Green is announcing she wants voters citywide to let her serve as president of the Board of Aldermen.
Mo. Attorney General Looks into Possible Sunshine Law Violation by Gov. GreitensJosh Hawley says it's a complicated issue.
Lab Downplays Radiation Found at NGA WestThere is no hazard to workers at the site, lab claims.
Governor Calls for St. Louis Veterans Home Leadership Change"When bureaucrats fail (and) when they hurt people, they need to be fired,'' said Greitens, who announced Monday that the state's other homes for veterans will be investigated as well.
Hawley to Form Program to Help Military with Legal ProblemsHawley announced Monday that he plans to form a Military Legal Assistance Team.
Blues President Calls For St. Louis Government ConsolidationSays fragmentation is making region less competitive, and not just in sports facilities.

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