Festival of Nations event draws big crowdThe 16th Festival of Nations is this weekend in Tower Grove Park. It's the annual event put on by the International Institute where people can come in, free of charge, and experience the food and culture of more than 40 countries from around the world.
Crash Forces Closure of Interstate 44MoDOT warned of ten-mile backup on either side of St. James to Rolla corridor
Missouri's National Parks Launch "Passport Challenge"Collect stamps at each of six sites to be eligible for prizes
Shooting on South TuckerSt. Louis police say homicide detectives are working Saturday morning's case
Interstate 44 Closed at GrandOverpass demolition project expected to be finished by Monday morning commute
Coming Together For Officer FlamionProceeds from Friday night benefit dinner at Royale Orleans to help retrofit shooting victim's home
Former SLPS Principal Charged with Stealing Money from DistrictA former St. Louis Public School principal whose pregnant girlfriend was murdered earlier this year is charged -- in an unrelated case -- with stealing money from the district.
Hazelwood Officer in Critical Condition After Rollover CrashA prayer vigil is planned Friday night for the Hazelwood police officer seriously hurt in a rollover crash late Thursday.
Louisiana Flood Relief Drive Collects Thousands in DonationsCash donations are still coming in, but the American Red Cross says the morning drive took in $15,000.
Hupp Makes 1st Court AppearanceHupp enters no plea, but hears the charges against her.
Suspected O'Fallon Flasher ArrestedCraig Moore is accused of exposing himself to girls at a lemonade stand & appearing naked near fitness centers
Chesterfield Robbery Suspect ArrestedPolice accuse David Harris of forcibly removing items from stores and threatening to shoot employees

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