Alderman Pushes for Speed Humps in Residential AreasSpeed humps are about 3 1/2 inches tall, but are much wider and more gradual than speed bumps.
Some Clashes Between City Bikes and CarsBicycle-pedestrian coordinator says he has heard in recent months that motorists are honking, yelling and cursing at cyclists
Final Workers Finish Shifts at Mitsubishi Plant in NormalMitsubishi announced last July that it would close and sell its central Illinois plant.
St. Louis Murder Rate On Pace With Last YearOverall crime dipped 10 percent from January through March of this year, compared to the same time last year.
Ride-Hail Company Regulations Advance in Missouri HouseThe Missouri House is advancing regulations for ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft.
Fire Marshall Pushes for Barriers on Highway in St. CharlesThe campaign to install cable barriers along a stretch of Highway 61 in St. Charles County is gathering steam.
UPDATE: Tires Slashed on 50 Vehicles in Shaw NeighborhoodCars are still being towed in the Shaw neighborhood after Thursday's tire slashing spree.
Phrase 'In God We Trust' Pops Up on Police VehiclesSupporters have rallied around the phrase, while others question its place in law enforcement, saying it endorses religious beliefs.
Records: Ill. Athletics Part of $1.5M Vehicle Program An open records request has found that 57 University of Illinois athletics employees, including coaches, administrators and wives, are part of a program in which car dealers provide them use of $1.5 million worth of vehicles.
Missouri Man Twice Protected by Castle Doctrine in KillingsA 55-year-old eastern Missouri man who killed two intruders at a home this year has been protected by the state's castle doctrine in both cases.
1 Dead After Vehicles Crash in St. Louis; Building Also HitA passenger is dead and another critically injured after a stolen car allegedly driven by a 15-year-old collided with another car in south St. Louis.
Chrysler Fiat Sends Recall Notices to CustomersOwners of more than 500,000 Ram pickup trucks, Jeeps and other vehicles should keep their eye out for recall notices and be ready to act when they arrive.

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