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Holten Meat Workers Prepared to StrikeUnion workers at the Holten meat-packing plant in East Saint Louis could hit the picket lines as early as Tuesday.
Krewson Weighs in on Police ChiefAlderwoman Lyda Krewson, the front-runner in the St. Louis mayoral race, faces questions on whether it's time for a new police chief.
Missouri Lieutenant Governor Office Renovations Top $50,000The office hasn't been updated since former Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder took office in 2005.
Dems Invite Immigrants to Trump's First Address to CongressAn effort to put a face on those who could be hurt by the Republican's policies.
Mo. House Votes to Lower Unemployment BenefitsThe Missouri House approved lowering unemployment benefits from twenty weeks to thirteen.
Ill. Government Union Votes to StrikeIllinois' largest state employee union votes to authorize a strike.
New Segment 'Awaiting Armageddon' - How to Prepare for the WorstLynch says the constant hype of impending danger from things like riots, protests, ISIS and domestic terror attacks has Americans on edge after the election.
'Hailey's Law' Bill Seeks to Enhance Amber Alert SystemThe bill is nicknamed "Hailey's Law" after Hailey Owens was abducted and killed in 2014.
Greitens Wants to Use Tobacco Money to Reverse Medicaid CutsWants to use some of the money from Missouri's settlement with tobacco companies to restore most of the budget cuts he'd proposed for in-home services.
Bills Targeting Transgender Bathroom Access are FlounderingThe bills have taken on a new significance this week following the decision by President Donald Trump's administration to revoke an Obama-era federal directive instructing public schools to let transgender students use bathrooms and locker rooms of their chosen gender.
Wed. Was Big Day for Illinois Man - Bigger Than He Could Have AnticipatedHundreds of volunteers helping to clean up a vandalized University City cemetery Wednesday were amazed when Vice President Mike Pence made an unscheduled visit. But only one of them was ready to present Pence with a yarmulke that had his name on it.
Greitens Eases Proposed Cuts to Home Care, School BusingGreitens said Thursday he wants to use a $52 million settlement payment with tobacco companies to undo $41 million of a proposed $52 million reduction in Medicaid funding for in-home care services next fiscal year.

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