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Two Dead, Two Injured In 4 St. Louis Attacks

Police say they’re still sorting out details from violent crimes late Saturday & early Sunday


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Keidel: Ray Rice Another Crack In NFL Shield

Even by the pro athlete’s subterranean standards, the Ray Rice video was shocking. He made no effort to heal or cradle or care for his unconscious fiancee.


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KC Crime-Reduction Program Hopeful About 2014

Kansas City No Violence Alliance uses a “focused deterrence” crime prevention strategy that that has been successful in other cities


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Expert: ‘Knockout Game’ Could Spark ‘Mistrust Between Ethnic, Racial Groups’

What elements of the “knockout game” appeal to those who choose to “play” it?


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Medicine And The Mind: How Prescription Drugs May Affect One’s Actions

How can prescription medications potentially affect cognitive function or mental well-being in patients, and to what extent could that interaction dictate one’s actions?


Work crews are hustling to put the finishing touches on the new home for the St. Louis University law school at 100 N. Tucker (12th St.) in downtown St. Louis. KMOX News got an exclusive look at the work being done inside the 12-story building to get it ready for 800+ students, faculty and staff who will start moving in on June 24th. The school's expected to be completely occupied by mid-August. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

SLU Law Hosts Discussion on Armed Offenders Docket

Dean Michael Wolff is convening a meeting Wednesday of some 60 public policy officials to talk about Mayor Francis Slay’s proposal for an armed offenders docket.



Violence on Buses Surges in Kansas City

A surge of violence on Kansas City Metro buses last month has drivers worried about their safety and transit authority executives looking for ways to beef up security to protect drivers and riders alike.


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UPDATE: Police Identify Shooting Victim on Labadie

Police found the man with several gunshot wounds on Labadie Avenue


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Ill. Rep Requests National Guard Help Stop Chicago Violence

Over the holiday weekend, 74 people were shot and 12 killed in Chicago, and Rep. Davis says the police don’t have the manpower to make arrests.


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St. Louis Police to Step Up Efforts in College Hill Neighborhood

It looked like an invasion of blue and white Wednesday morning as dozens of police officers fanned out from the mobile command post parked on Emily near DeSoto.