WWII Vet, 97, Takes a Knee in Support of Anthem ProtestsMiddlemas is a farmer from Willard, Missouri. He tells the Springfield News-Leader he wanted to communicate "that you have to love everybody.''
Missouri Fights Right to Work, Minimum Wage HikeMissouri's Chamber Commerce is fighting two proposals it says would be bad for business
Protesters Held in "Disturbing" ConditionsA local attorney is going public with her "disturbing" encounter at the St. Louis County Justice Center
Steve Bannon Blasts GOP EstablishmentFormer Trump White House staffer's speech in St. Louis rallied conservatives
New Illinois Law Will Let Adults Earn High School DiplomasRauner's office says diplomas are more advantageous than GED certificates because they give adults "better skills for postsecondary education and the workplace.''
Aldermen Unanimously Pass Resolution Honoring Anthony Lamar SmithReed says what was unusual about this resolution is that the aldermen invited Smith's mother to the chamber to receive it -- most are given in person at events or meetings.
Obamacare Repeal Faces Another Repeal AttemptThe latest GOP plan to repeal Obamacare is facing a September 30th deadline, with uncertainty even among Republicans whether it will pass.
Police Union Says Body Cams Could be Unfair to OfficersDespite public pressure that prompted passage this week of a one-year trial run on police body cameras, the St. Louis Police Union says it's not a done deal.
Wagner Hopes for New Discussions after ProtestsMissouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner says she's fielded many calls from friends on Capitol Hill, as well as constituents and family members, about racial tension escalating since the Jason Stockley "not guilty" decision.
"White Silence is Violence:" White Allies March DowntownThursday's protest organizers say decades of "white silence" have helped continue the pattern of racism in America.
The Latest: Police Union Leader, Pizzeria Owner to MeetThe owner of a St. Louis-area pizzeria chain and a police union leader are seeking to arrange a meeting after the restauranteur's social media criticism of officers led to a boycott and hundreds of angry phone calls.
Ben Carson Warns of 'House Divided' After Stockley VerdictCarson warns, "A house divided against itself cannot stand."

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