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Depp's 'Assassin' Comments the Latest in Celebrity Anger"When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?'' Depp asked the crowd at Glastonbury Festival, in reference to the death of Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth in 1865.
Stenger Understands Ellisville's Concerns About MergerSt. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger says he totally get why Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul is mistrustful of of the group 'Better Together', which is looking at the region's city-county split.
Mo. Attorney General May Run for SenateMissouri's Attorney General may be considering a run for US Senate.
Local Nonprofits Oppose Tax Plan for St. Louis PoliceNonprofits are lined up to testify against a proposed half-cent payroll tax that would raise money for St. Louis police.
City Struggles With Trash Pick-Up, Garbage Truck ShortageSometimes it's just the little things that make people happy -- like picking up the trash.
Greitens Backs Ramped-Up Missouri Abortion BillGreitens earlier this month called lawmakers back to the Capitol for a special session focused on abortion.
MetroLink Commissioner Faces Off With County Executive on Metro SecurityStenger says ultimately the person responsible is MetroLink head John Nations, and mentioned numerous times during a call-in to the Charlie Brennan Show how much money Nations makes.
Ellisville City Council Agrees to 'Merger Election'Ellisville City Council members Wednesday night unanimously backed their mayor's push against a city-county merger.
Greitens Signs New Bill Against Sex OffendersA lawmaker says Missouri Governor Eric Greitens will sign his bill to ban people convicted of sex offenses against children from coming within 500 feet of children's museums.
County Police Get a Raise, City Calls for ReinforcementsA 30 percent raise for St. Louis County patrol officers, but there's no pay raise in sight for St. Louis City officers.
Slow Start for Ill. Special SessionIllinois' special legislative session called to address the budget crisis is off to a slow start.
Missouri Could Face $3 Billion Loss in Tax CreditsThe state has spent $5.4 billion giving out tax credits over the past decade - and may be on the hook for billions more.

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