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Two Accused Of Hate Crime After Throwing Eggs; Audio Excerpt
The St. Louis police chief says license plate readers and cameras in the Tower Grove South neighborhood helped officers catch two white men accused of shouting racial slurs and throwing eggs at a black woman waiting for a bus.
Nixon Vows To Veto Sweeping Missouri Gun Rights Bill; Audio Excerpt
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon reportedly plans to veto a sweeping gun rights bill that would allow the concealed carry of firearms without a permit and expand residents’ rights to stand and fight against perceived threats a move that could set up a battle with the Republican-controlled Legislature.
Click Appeals Denial Of Missouri Unemployment Benefits; Audio Excerpt
The University of Missouri is fighting a former assistant professor’s effort to collect unemployment benefits after she was fired for conduct during campus protests. Melissa Click, an assistant professor, was fired in February after a videotaped confrontation of her calling for “some muscle” to remove a student videographer from a protest area in November.
Seoul Taco Unveils New Truck With Monday Special; Audio Excerpt
There are about 70 different food trucks operating in the St. Louis area, estimates Seoul Taco owner, David Choi. His plan will help that number rise, by opening a second Seoul Taco truck in St. Louis. Choi says it’s in response to demand created by the success of the food truck he launched five years ago and the restaurants that followed. He called it a ‘no-brainier’ to expand his business .
St. Louis Police Chief And Union Fight Over Assault Rifles; Audio Excerpt
In an age of mass shooters and everyday criminals armed with assault rifles, the police union wants a bigger gun with more punch — but the chief says no. Right now, some St. Louis patrol cars — about half — are equipped with 9mm Beretta Storms semi-automatic carbine rifles, the other half with shotguns. What the union wants is something with a bigger bullet and more fire power – a .223 caliber assault rifle.
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