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Missouri Appeals Court Upholds Red-Light Cameras in Florissant

The Missouri Court of Appeals on Tuesday handed another victory over to red-light camera advocates, in a case out of Florissant.

09/12/2013

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Clown Banned, Announcer Resigns After State Fair Rodeo

There was further fallout Monday from a controversy sparked Saturday night when a rodeo clown wearing a mask of President Barack Obama was taunted.

08/12/2013

The explosions scorched some of the paint on the plane and graffiti covered another side, but it has since been restored. (KMOX/Brian Kelly)

Teen Charged After Vandalizing Military Plane at Florissant Park

Eighteen year old Alexander Wright is charged after he allegedly heaved two Molotov cocktails at a fighter jet on display in a public park.

07/31/2013

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Protest Scheduled at UniverSoul Circus in Florissant

“[Elephants] are trained using tasers now, and electrical rods. They are caged 96 percent of their lives and they are not provided with adequate conditions in transferring them.”

07/23/2013

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North County Parents, Superintendents Discuss Unaccredited Schools

Superintendents from those districts spoke, as did the superintendents of neighboring districts, urging parents not to flee their failing schools but to stick it out and help make it better.

07/23/2013

Former Police Officer Set for Spine Surgery to Remove Bullet

A former Florissant Police Officer will undergo spinal surgery next Wednesday to remove a bullet from a shooting in May of last year.

07/15/2013

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St. Peters Police Say Woman Stole 94-Year-Old’s Credit Card

Soon after the wallet went missing, the woman noticed a string of unusual purchases on the card at gas stations and liquor stores in St. Peters as well as a Walgreens in Florissant.

07/11/2013

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As Others Complain, Ferguson-Florissant School District Welcomes Transfers

Superintendent Art McCoy says his Ferguson Florissant School District wants to extend any support needed to strengthen the two unaccredited districts.

07/11/2013

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More Controversy Tuesday Over History Museum Money

Three reformers on the board walked out, hoping to rob the board of a quorum just before it voted on giving the Missouri History Museum $450,000 in taxpayer money.

07/10/2013

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Man Admits Role in Arson Fire That Killed 15-Year-Old Son

A Missouri man who authorities said schemed with his ex-wife to defraud insurers with house fires pleaded guilty Wednesday.

07/03/2013

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