Pay Gap Still Exists for Working WomenWhen it comes to pay, women in Missouri are making 88-cents on the dollar -- better than the national average -- but plunging the state's ranking to 40th compared to other states.
Another Mo. Family Fights to Get Son Back After Disputes with Doctors"We felt completely helpless," says mother Tiffany Adams.
Missouri Family Maintains They're Victims of "Medical Kidnapping""I didn't know that people could take your children like this, because you disagreed or because you wanted a second opinion." - Michelle Rider
Campus Sexual Assault: Will Victims Trust the System?Advocate and Yale University law student Alexandra Brodsky cautions that the ultimate decision on what steps to take should still remain with the student.
Campus Sexual Assault: Will Tragedy Bring Change?Lynn Courey: "There's not one moment I don't miss my daughter and I don't wish this to any parents ... to lose a daughter this way."
Campus Sexual Assault: Why Victims Stay SilentVictims are confused about who is really in authority and able to take action.
Campus Sexual Assault: Victims Traumatized by the System"I think it's outrageous that they would let someone who actively harmed someone on their campus just stay like that."
Can the Rams Ban Off-Duty Police from Carrying Guns?The Rams say they'll block any off-duty cops who try to bring guns to the Edward Jones Dome. It's a policy handed down from the league.
Coast Guard: Mississippi River Won't Shut DownA spokesman said there will be dredging operations on the river that will allow for deep enough channels, regardless of how low the water gets.
Suspects in South St. Louis Rape ArrestedThe arrests followed a police pursuit that ended in north St. Louis County.
Follow Up: Police say Pill Mills Advertising Locally
Pill Mills Popping Up in MissouriFederal officials suspect powerful narcotics are making it onto the streets of St. Louis under the cover of "pain clinics".

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