October 09, 2015
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Enrollment Dips 1,500 for St. Louis Schools
The biggest reason for the drop is students departing for schools elsewhere in the region.
Lincoln County Man Charged in Abuse of 3-Month-Old Son
Police say the child had several injuries that included bleeding of the brain and detached retinas.
Diversity Training will be Required for Mizzou Freshmen
The university made the announcement Thursday, days after a student was removed from the Columbia campus for shouting racial slurs at a black student group practicing for homecoming.
Man Who Boasted About River Jumps, Dies After Jump
His girlfriend saw him resurface and float a short distance before he went under.
St. Louis City Submits Plan for NGA Site
In letter with briefing book, Slay says loss of agency would be "devastating blow."
Play Ball! Cards/Cubs To Open NLDS at Busch
Arch rivals meet in post-season for first time.
Dotson Calling for More Federal Help for Fighting Crime
Guns, drugs, judges and gangs - those were the common threads 20 of the nation's police chiefs talked about when they got together in Washington this week for a summit on this year's spike in violent crime.
EPA Pushes for ‘Smart Thermostats’ as Way to Limit Pollution
It is considered smart technology because besides being linked to wireless Internet service, the thermostats ``learn'' costumer behavior and adjust settings accordingly.
St. Louis Police to Increase Security for Baseball Playoffs
St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson says officers will be in greater numbers for the best-of-five series that gets under way Friday. Game 2 is on Saturday.
Graffiti a Growing Problem Along Downtown St. Louis Interstates
People are encouraged to report vandalism to police.
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