September 05, 2015
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Cucumber Recall in Illinois
285 people in 27 states have been sickened by produce salmonella outbreak
Chicago Cop Avoids Firing Over Ferguson Comment
Police superintendent confirms officer said in a video that Michael Brown "deserved it."
Fairview Heights Apartment Fire Displaces Adults and Children
A dozen people will spend the Labor Day weekend putting their lives back together after they’ve lost everything in a five-alarm apartment fire in Fairview Heights on Thursday.
Judge Orders File Release of World Series Ticket Scandal
A judge has ordered the St. Louis Police to release their files on the 2006 World Series ticket scandal.
St. Louis-Area Pet Store Evacuated After Illness Complaints
Seven people and several animals were removed from a suburban St. Louis pet store over health concerns that were apparently caused by a refrigerant gas leak.
Stenger Supports NGA to Stay in St. Louis
St. Louis County Executive Steven Stenger is supporting the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency remaining in the city.
Judge Tosses Lawsuit Against Sperm Bank Over Biracial Child
Cramblett became pregnant in December 2011 through artificial insemination using sperm donated by a black man instead of the white donor whom she and her partner selected.
Father Charged in Toddler’s Shooting Death
Corey Epps allegedly left gun where child played, moved it and shell casings after shooting.
Star Wars Product Rollout Greeted by Enthusiastic Fans
Thanks to midnight openings, shelves and sales pegs at some area retail outlets were already stripped bare of their Star Wars paraphernalia.
Missouri Trooper Eulogized as Focused, Religious, Ethical
Hundreds of mourners who attended Friday's services for James Bava in the St. Louis suburb of Dardenne Prairie included Gov. Jay Nixon and dozens of fellow state troopers.
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