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New Helicopter Tech Aims To Crack Down On Missouri Highway Offenders; Audio ExcerptThe Missouri Highway Patrol launched a new technology in an effort to crack down on more traffic offenders. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, a new GPS system will bring more benefits in tracking speeding motorists.
Stenger Wants Study of MetroLink Route Through Ferguson; Audio ExcerptSt. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger wants a study to consider a light rail route that would run through Ferguson, connecting two other route proposals already up for consideration.
County Council Close to Smoking Age Decision; Audio ExcerptThe St. Louis County Council is one vote away from raising the legal smoking age to 21. Supporters say this is a public health issue, those who start smoking at a young age are less likely to quit.
Hearing Begins for Absentee Voter Fraud Allegation; Audio ExcerptA St. Louis civil court judge will hear evidence Wednesday morning of alleged voter fraud in the Missouri State House Primary won by incumbent State Representative Penny Hubbard. The allegation is that vote totals are being “tweaked” by pumping up the number of people who vote absentee.
St. Louis Police Shoot, Injure Armed Suspect; Audio ExcerptSt. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson says officers shot a man who pointed a gun at them during a pursuit. The chief told reporters at a news conference Tuesday night that the incident began with officers pursuing a car stolen in a carjacking and then used in two armed robberies.
Officer Flamion Seeing Improvement After Being Shot, Paralyzed; Audio ExcerptAccording to reports, Ballwin police officer Michael Flamion’s priest says he is making sure everyone is aware of Flamion’s recovery. The Ballwin police officer who was shot in the line of duty in early July has been moved to a rehab facility out of state. Flamion’s priest says he can speak in his normal voice and is able to eat some regular food.