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Fraudulent Moving Company Scams on CraigslistDeandre Robinson has been charged with felony stealing.
County Council Raises Budget, But Not Taxes For 2016The County Council also approved $3 million in spending for the Loop Trolley project.
Illinois Treasurer Reuniting People With Forgotten TreasuresThe I-CASH database connects people with money, safe deposit boxes and jewelry who may never had known was theirs.
Foreclosure Starts Spike In St. Louis AreaProperties starting through process up 219 percent over last year.
Confederate Rock Gets New Home in Boone CountyAn 11,000-pound boulder serving as a memorial to Boone County residents who fought for the South in the Civil War has moved to its new home at the Battle of Centralia historic site.
Ferguson Arrests Lead to Another Night Under a State of EmergencyThe State of Emergency in St. Louis County is still in effect at least for Tuesday evening-after a wave of arrests Monday night in Ferguson.
Flooded Portions of Missouri Still Grappling with More RainCleanup got underway Wednesday in portions of southwestern and central Missouri after inches of rain in some areas swelled waterways and lakes.
Alderman Warns of Overspending on Defense-Mapping DealFrench says with the city and state planning to spend a total of $130 million on the deal, it would take 100 years for the city to recoup that through the earnings tax.
Low-level Radioactive Contamination Found Along CreekThe Army Corps of Engineers says it has found low-level radiological contamination at three sites along Coldwater Creek in St. Louis County.
Ferguson Mayor: Some Properties Run-Down Before UnrestAlmost a year after the Michael Brown riots, Knowles says the city is still working to pressure some business owners to clean up their properties.
A Town Square for Town and Country?Town and Country is taking ideas on what to do with the Wirth property near Clayton and Mason roads.
St.Charles To Send Notices of Real Estate AssessmentSome St. Charles County residents will see an increase in their real estate assessments.

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