Longtime Fugitive Sentenced For Home Meth Lab

Brian Sweet aluded capture for seven years.


3/2/12-March has hit with Missouri hard with several rounds of bad weather, and MoDOT's hitting back when it comes to repairing the damage winter weather leaves behind. During the month of March the agency's "Pothole Patrol" promises to fix any large, dangerous potholes within 24 hours of receiving an alert from motorists. Potholes can be reported by calling toll-free 1-888-ASK-MoDOT, or online at www.modot.org/stlouis. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

MoDOT Hoping For Permanent Transportation Funding Solution

Projects start shutting down if federal highways plan isn’t in place soon.


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Woman Charged In Lebanon Bank Heist

Bright green flip-flops found in suspect’s trash.


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FEMA Denies Aid Again to Southern Illinois

Illinois Emergency Management Agency director Jonathon Monken says the state’s next step is to seek low-interest loans from the U. S. Small Business Administration.


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Trolley Could Soon Be Clang, Clang, Clanging Through U. City

Pending $23 million grant would be big piece in funding puzzle.



27 Year Prison Term For St. Louis County Man

Mark Shores was found with drugs, loaded gun in his county home.


11/15/11-Members of Occupy St. Louis demonstrate outside the Eagleton Federal Courthouse Tuesday morning. Inside, several protestors testified during a hearing on a preliminary injunction that could allow them to reestablish their tent city at Kiener Plaza, after police removed it last Friday and arrested Occupyers for violating the city's 10 pm curfew. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Occupy St. Louis Members Denied Overnights In Kiener Plaza

Protestor testifies: “We were the ones who kept it clean, who kept it safe.”


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Kinder: Wages Could Limit Joplin Rebuilding Effort

Federal wage rules nearly tripled the amount a carpenter in Joplin would make.



Madison County Jail Not To Blame For Inmate’s Hanging Attempt

Victim survived hanging attempt but suffered brain damage, blamed “indifferent” guards.


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Nixon Wants 100 MO Counties To Be Declared Heat Disaster Areas

Many counties lost up to a third of their projected crop yields to heat, drought.





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