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Why the EpiPen shortage is so scary for one local familyPacking for school is already a challenge for many parents, but for the Schuller-Meyer family, there is one thing that is more important than pencils, an EpiPen
Harper drives in 3, Nationals snap skid, beat Cardinals 5-4Bryce Harper had three hits and drove in three runs, and a beleaguered bullpen held on as the Washington Nationals snapped a four-game losing streak with a 5-4 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday night.
Police looking for suspect who fired at officer at North City gas stationPolice are searching for a suspect who fired a shot at an officer at a North City gas station Thursday night.
Flushable wipes causing expensive mess for homeownwers, sewer systemsThey’re everyday household products many Americans use that are going down the drain with a hefty price.  
Police looking for suspect in early morning Affton robberyPolice are investigating a robbery that happened in Affton early Thursday morning
National Blues Museum remembers Aretha Franklin with tribute concertThe National Blues Museum on Washington Avenue honored the later singer Aretha Franklin on Thursday
KSHE95 radio host remembers meeting Aretha Franklin at her last St. Louis performanceAretha Franklin performed at the grand re-opening of the former Peabody Opera House back in October 2011
Pentagon postpones Trump's military paradeThe Department of Defense says the military parade originally scheduled for Veterans Day will be postponed.
California deputy shoots into car to free trapped bearA deputy in Northern California fired several beanbag rounds into a back car window to free a trapped bear that had likely been searching for snacks.
Woman caught in flood called 911, family: I'm going to drownRene Halligan had just enough time to call 911 and then her daughter and boyfriend, telling them she didn't think she'd survive.
Suspect in officer's shooting fights mental illness findingA St. Louis man is objecting to a finding that he is mentally unfit to stand trial in a shooting that paralyzed a suburban St. Louis police officer from the neck down. 
Need a background check? Get ready to wait after Missouri switches servicesIt’s a fingerprinting fiasco. people are expressing their frustrations to News 4, all because they are having to wait days and even weeks for a critical service that used to take about five minutes.