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Citizens Jam Into First Hearing On Ferguson-DOJ Consent DecreeOne speaker said, "If you accept this DOJ decree Ferguson will likely not survive."
STL Alderman Vaccaro Plans to Run for City SheriffVaccaro says drills for active shooters or terrorists threats are non-existent, and he points to favoritism for some, and not for others.
St. Louis Co. Police Handing Out $100 Bills Instead Of TicketsSecret Santa program funded by anonymous $3,000 donation.
Madison County Man Shoots Home IntruderSuspect hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.
St. Louis Fire Chief Backs Idea for Regional Fire DistrictThe study from the group Better Together says one district covering the entire region would improve response time and save money.
Open-Carry Advocates to March Through Ferguson TodayIt's a protest organized by gun rights advocate Sam Andrews - a former Oath Keeper who's still upset about his experiences during last year's riots.
Stenger Says Big Support For Small Town Police ReformCounty Executive Steve Stenger says the county council will likely support his plan to reform small town police departments around St. Louis.
Berkeley Breaks Ground on New $5.5 Million Police DepartmentBerkeley's entire police also will be wearing body cameras, paid for by a DEA grant program.
Silver Advisory Isssued For Man Missing Since MondayThomas Callahan is schizophrenic and has bi-polar disorder.
Red Cross Seeks Volunteers To Help Install Smoke DetectorsThe Red Cross will assist city firefighters to put smoke alarms in more than 750 homes.
Graffiti a Growing Problem Along Downtown St. Louis InterstatesPeople are encouraged to report vandalism to police.
SLMPD's Real-Time Crime Center Paying DividendsDotson says 48 arrests were made due to the hits that came as a result of the LPRs, with a resulting 126 criminal charges.

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