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With the fall semester set to begin in weeks for many Missouri colleges and universities, students whose parents brought them illegally to the U.S. still face uncertainty regarding financial aid for the upcoming school year.
One year after 51 homeless veterans were given free housing for up to a year, the program has offered a glimpse into the challenges and successes of the homeless eradication model called "rapid rehousing.''
Owners of more than 500,000 Ram pickup trucks, Jeeps and other vehicles should keep their eye out for recall notices and be ready to act when they arrive.
A new study by a California-based firm underscores the growing importance of wineries on Missouri’s economy.
Mitsubishi Motors and the United Auto Workers say they will work together to look for a buyer for the central Illinois plant the company plans to close.
St. Louis police say a woman who claimed that she and a 3-year-old girl were injured in a drive-by shooting is now admitting that she lied about the details of what happened.
A silent march and a day of civil disobedience are among the events being planned for next month in Ferguson to mark the first anniversary of the fatal shooting of a black 18-year-old by a white police officer, an event that galvanized the "Black Lives Matter'' movement.
After being shuttered since 2011, the original Hotel Lennox – once known as St. Louis’ tallest hotel – will re-open Sept. 2, the same day that the hotel originally opened in 1929, as The Courtyard by Marriott St. Louis Downtown/Convention Center Hotel.
U.S. Soccer Federation President Dan Flynn says they looked at several stadiums, but decided on Busch because of the compelling program the Cardinals put together, making the decision very easy.
A shoplifting suspect who was shot and wounded by a suburban St. Louis police officer earlier this year has been sentenced to five years in prison.

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