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New FBI Head: St. Louis At “Top Of The Chain” For Violent Crime

Greenville native takes over as Special Agent in Charge.


Parade goers hold signs to show their appreciation for veterans during a parade in St. Louis on January 28, 2012. People lined a parade route in downtown St. Louis for the nation’s first parade to honor those who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Veterans Jobs Corps Idea Gets Local Praise

The Mission Continues C.O.O. says his agency will assist President Obama if asked.



Heroes Parade Downtown

First parade in U.S. to honor Iraq and Afghan war veterans


A Desert Soldiers Memorial on the steps on the Soldiers Memorial in downtown St. Louis.

Names Of Fallen Servicemen Read All Night

A 12 hour reading of the names of those who lost their lives in service began at 9:11 Friday night.



Heroes Parade Continues To Grow

Over 1,000 vets, 83 floats expected



Veterans Encouraged To Sign Up For “Welcome The Heroes” Parade

Iraq and Afghanistan War veterans to be honored Saturday.


Baghdad,Iraq; April 6, 2003. US Marines from the 3rd Battalion engage Iraqi troops loyal to Saddam Hussein in battle at the Diyala bridge just 9 miles from downtown Baghdad during the initial invasion of Iraq. After a firefight that lasted two days the Am

Organizers of Iraq “Welcome Home” Parade Asking for Help

Craig Schneider says St. Louis will be the first city in the country to hold such a ceremony for returning soliders.


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St. Louis Will Be First In Nation To Throw City-Wide Welcome Home For Iraq Vets

Grass-roots campaign raises $25K for parade.


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Help for Returning Illinois Vets

Veterans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan, and were honorably discharged, can take the state police test without having to have 60 hours of college credit.


TIAM Weekend

TIAM Weekend: Record Bike Path & End of Iraq War

It’s an ambitious plan to make one of the largest networks of bike paths in the country. While out of the U.S., our part in Iraq is over, so what is next?




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