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Derailed Coal Train Knocks Out Power For Hundreds; Audio ExcerptA coal train derailment in Belleville, Illinois has closed some roads and knocked out power to a couple hundred people. No one was hurt in the accident, and Ameren expects to have the power back on by noon, Wednesday.
Justin Timberlake’s Ballot Selfie Highlights Mixed Voting Laws; Audio ExcerptNow even Justin Timberlake has been forced to deal with the question of whether a ballot selfie is legal. Timberlake flew from California to Tennessee to vote early this week, but his posting of an image of himself at the voting booth on Instagram on Monday drew questions about whether he was breaking the law.
UFCW To Vote On Schnucks Contract Wednesday; Audio ExcerptA month after overwhelmingly rejecting the company’s previous offer, members of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 655 will meet Wednesday night to vote on the tentative agreement reached with Schnucks late last week.
Infant Dies, 2 Other Children Badly Hurt in St. Louis Fire; Audio ExcerptAn infant is dead and two other children are injured following a house fire in St. Louis. The fire was reported about 3:30 a.m. Wednesday on the city’s north side. Fire Chief Dennis Jenkerson says firefighters learned people were trapped inside the multi-family home that was already engulfed in flames by the time crews arrived.
They’re Called Pedtextrians, Pedestrians who Walk and Text; Audio ExcerptWe know about self driving vehicles. But Ford has introduced technology that detects distracted pedestrians. Those are the ones that text and walk and Ford has a name for them, Pedtextrians.
Update On Future Of Grant’s Farm; Audio ExcerptThe leaves by the Clydesdale barn at Grant’s Farmare turning yellow, and there’s still no word on the future of the tourist attraction four months after a judge ordered Wells Fargo advisors to decide a squabble between Busch heirs. But a decision might be near. A source close to the case tells KMOX the Wells Fargo trust advisor could soon announce which of the two rival plans among heirs will be allowed.