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Low-Income Missourians Can Get Free Cell Service

Assurance Wireless, an arm of Sprint 900,000 Missourians may be eligible if they meet income guidelines.


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St. Louis Mayor Signs Cell Phone Law

Crime rates in the city have been declining, but cell phone thefts have been on the rise.


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Missouri No-Call List Deadline Is Today

If you don’t want telemarketers to bother you with phone calls, July 31 is the deadline to put your name on the Missouri no-call list.


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To Fight Crime “Text” Says Sheriff

You can now text or e-mail crime tips directly to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department.


Texting while driving. (Getty Images, Michael Krasowitz)

Texting While Driving is a Killer

“There’s a study that shows texting while driving decreases your reaction time eight times worse than being legally drunk.”


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Man Gets 15 Years Behind Bars In Child Sex Case

A St. Louis man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for using texts, electronic chats and social media to convince three boys to engage in sexual activity.


Cell Phone Helps Save Man Who Fell in Mississippi River

The man was boating Sunday near West Alton when he got caught in the wake of a boat or a barge.


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Ill Lawmakers Debate New Cell Phone Restrictions

State Rep. Jerry Costello says lawmakers are cracking down on phone use while driving because it’s a new technology that presents new problems.


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Illinois Crackdown on Phone Cramming

“Scam artists use consumers’ phone numbers like credit cards, racking up charges for things they never ordered and don’t want and profiting to the tune of $2 billion each year.”




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