Conservation Department Offers Tips on Bear SafetyIf you are going camping or on a float trip this summer, the Missouri Department of Conservation reminds you not to feed bears.
Right-to-Work Backers Fundraising to Protect Missouri LawSupporters of right to work in Missouri are coming together to raise money to fend off attacks on the new law.
Inmate Claims Prison Officials Refused to Stop AttacksThe inmate's lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in St. Louis seeks $10 million.
Feds Side With Women Suing Kansas State Over Alleged RapesThey say the university's policy to not investigate complaints of student-on-student rape when the attacks occur off-campus is wrong.
Two Survivors of Pearl Harbor Honored in Maryland HeightsTwo aging survivors of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor were honored at the American Legion Hall in Maryland Heights.
St. Louis Police Work With Local FBI to Prevent Terrorist AttacksDotson says his department is in constant touch with the FBI's Fusion Center in St. Louis to make sure there are no active threats on this area.
Durbin Wants Rauner to Meet The RefugeesRauner was among many governors to say their states would suspend efforts on resettling refugees from Syria.
Groups Want Illinois Governor to Reverse Syrian Refugee CallMembers of groups including RefugeeOne and the Heartland Alliance said Wednesday they believe Rauner doesn't have the authority to halt the federal resettlement program.
2 Dead, 7 Arrested in Raid Targeting Paris Attack MastermindThe standoff with police began before dawn and continued for more than seven hours, with gunfire and large bangs sporadically ringing out near the apartment building In the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis.
U.S. Soccer and St. Louis Cards React to Paris AttacksU.S. Soccer and the St. Louis Cardinals are reacting to the violence in Paris.
Metro Working on Increasing Safety for RidersMetro president and CEO John Nations says they're in talks with St. Louis city and county police.
Pit Bulls Kill Again After Escaping Owner's Unfenced YardTwo pit bulls who previously escaped their owner’s unfenced yard and killed other pets has done it again.

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