Machines Changing Votes, Other Election Day Stories From KMOX CallersVoting machines that were switching Trump votes to Clinton and cell phone problems led the way.
Buying the iPhone 7? Here's How You Can Find the Best DealThe iPhone 7 launches Friday, and as a consumer, you probably want to find the best financial deal. Here's how!
Illinois Ranks 3rd Best for Teen Drivers, Missouri 6th WorstThe personal finance website, WalletHub.com, finds Illinois has the second lowest number of teen DUI's.
Insurance Industry Grapples with Cellphone-Related Work InjuriesCellphone-related injuries have increased eight-fold in the past few years, and it can be a workers comp issue.
Store Clerk Accused of Sending Explicit Photos to CustomersPolice say the first five women couldn't determine who sent the photos, but the sixth used a search function to determine the source.
PHOTOS: SLMPD Search For Car Theft SuspectPolice are asking anyone that recognizes the suspect to contact CrimeStoppers.
911 Cell Phone Tax Proposed in Mo.Missouri's House voted to be the last state to tax cell phone's for 911 calls.
Ill. Cell Phone Law: So Far, So GoodIllinois drivers seem to be obeying the rules of the road and cell phone usage.
Tips: How Cold Affects Your Smartphone?The cold weather may make it a little more difficult for us to get up and going, but what is it doing to our most relied on devices?
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Quinn Signs Bills Banning Hand-Held Phones in CarsGov. Pat Quinn signed legislation Friday aimed at reducing distracted driving. It requires motorists to use speakerphones or headsets that allow for one-digit or audio dialing.
Fitch Calls For More Action After String of Cell Phone Store RobberiesPolice Chief Tim Fitch says 37 percent of all robberies in St. Louis County are cell phone related.

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