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Man Killed in Fall After Tugboat Hits Eads BridgeFire officials say the impact from a towboat traveling southbound caused the man to fall from some scaffolding on which he was working on and land on the towboat.
Woman's Body Found Floating Down Mississippi RiverPolice are trying to identify a woman's body found floating in the Mississippi River in St. Louis
Storms Take Toll on Power in Downtown St. LouisAmeren Missouri reports several blocks of downtown St. Louis were hit by a power outage this morning when heavy rainwater swamped an underground power station at 8th and Pine.
Fire on Eads Bridge Next to MetroLink TracksA wooden walking platform was on fire near the light rail tracks on the bridge.
Body Found in Mississippi River DowntownA man's body was first spotted by a tug boat crew near the Eads Bridge
Stranded Barges Close Two Bridges for Over an HourThe Eads and MLK have reopened
I-44 Section to Close This WeekendMoDOT will close I-44 from Broadway near the Edward Jones Dome to the Poplar Street Bridge.
Lewis & Clark Statue Moving from RiverfrontThe bronze statue officially known as "The Captains' Return" is being moved from its current location beneath Eads Bridge later today.
Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge Will Open Feb. 9Transportation officials will celebrate the completion of the bridge on February 8, 2014 and open it up for the traffic the next morning.
3 Years of Work Begins on St. Louis' Eads BridgeSt. Louis-area commuters who use the Eads Bridge may want to consider alternatives for the next three years.
Construction Delays Metrolink Services This WeekOperations will be slowed between the Wellston, Rock Road, UMSL South, UMSL North, and North Hanley MetroLink Stations.