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O'Fallon officers file lawsuit against cityO'Fallon officers file lawsuit against cityO'Fallon, Missouri police officers, patrolmen, sergeants, and lieutenants filed a lawsuit last week against the city, claiming the city would not bargain in good faith with employee-chosen representatives, a state constitution violation.
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Officer shot in Springfield, Mo.Officer shot in Springfield, Mo.After hours of searching an area where a Springfield officer was shot early this morning, Springfield police found and arrested a man.
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Suspect in missing Ga. couple case in custodySuspect in missing Ga. couple case in custodyBud and June Runion were answering a Craigslist ad when they disappeared.
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SLCL renovation schedule releasedSLCL renovation schedule releasedThe renovation schedule has been released for the first four St. Louis County Library branches to undergo renovations this year.
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Hot-spot policing kicks off downtownHot-spot policing kicks off downtownIf it seems like we're hearing about one pursuit and crash after another, police Chief Sam Dotson says it's not your imagination. He says the "Ferguson effect" is real, meaning, when officers are distracted with protests, criminals take advantage.
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Emma Watson is Disney's new BelleEmma Watson is Disney's new BelleShe has signed to do the live-action upcoming film.
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Firefighter raising money for Special Olympics Mo.Firefighter raising money for Special Olympics Mo.A Eureka Fire Department employee is raising money for Special Olympics Missouri by taking a shocking 24 dips into the Lake of the Ozarks within a 24-hour period.
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Airlines cancel 6,175 flights ahead of monster stormAirlines cancel 6,175 flights ahead of monster stormBy Sunday evening, nearly 3,200 flights had been preemptively canceled for Monday, Tuesday.
- Today in the Sky
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Foley dog to compete at WestminsterFoley dog to compete at WestminsterA local dog will be among more than 3,000 dogs competing for top honors at the Westminster Dog Show next month.
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Secret Service questioned man whose drone crashed near White HouseSecret Service questioned man whose drone crashed near White HouseOfficials are investigating the origin of a small drone that crashed on White House grounds early Monday.
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'AGT' auditions today in St. Charles'AGT' auditions today in St. CharlesIf you have a special talent, NBC wants to hear from you.
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Stolen car smashes through rental lot fenceStolen car smashes through rental lot fencePolice in St. Louis County are on the lookout for a car that was stolen early Monday morning from a north St. Louis County rental car lot.
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Blues help Marine live out dreamBlues help Marine live out dreamWe spend so much time telling you about the negatives of sports. The athletes beating their wives or kids, or cheating with steroids, and this week, "Deflate-Gate."
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Springfield police surround house after shootingSpringfield police surround house after shootingSpringfield police are on Main Avenue near Central Street where a gray Nissan car appears to have several bullet holes in the windshield.
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Women's U.S. soccer team to play at Busch StadiumWomen's U.S. soccer team to play at Busch StadiumSt. Louis Cardinals team officials confirm the U.S. women's soccer team will play this spring at Busch Stadium.
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McCulloch to discuss Ferguson, policing at SLU law forumMcCulloch to discuss Ferguson, policing at SLU law forumSt. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch will serve as keynote speaker at a Saint Louis University symposium on law enforcement issues after the fatal Ferguson police shooting.
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DIY on a Dime: The best tool bargainDIY on a Dime: The best tool bargainWe found four different household essentials for $20 total.
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'Summer Rocks' concerts will not begin in May'Summer Rocks' concerts will not begin in MayA spokesperson for St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay confirms the Summer Rocks concert series will not begin on Memorial Day.
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Pet for adoption - Jan. 26Pet for adoption - Jan. 26This sweet gal is Athena, a 2-year-old old domestic shorthair cat.
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East STL wrestling team places at stateEast STL wrestling team places at stateWe have an update about the East St. Louis Wrestling Club.
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Deliberation to reach third day in CIA leak caseDeliberation to reach third day in CIA leak caseJurors have reached a third day of deliberations in the case of an ex-CIA officer accused of leaking secrets about a classified operation to thwart Iran's nuclear ambitions.
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McDonald's manager gets top honorMcDonald's manager gets top honorA local restaurant manager received a top honor Monday morning.
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Rockwood teachers secure grants to improve students' wellnessRockwood teachers secure grants to improve students' wellnessTwo Rockwood South Middle School physical education teachers have obtained nearly $53,000 in grants over the last two years to help improve students' wellness.
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Teachers secure grants to improve students' wellnessTeachers secure grants to improve students' wellnessPE teachers Katie Seversen and Chris Moore secured nearly $53,000 in grants to improve students’ wellness.
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Red carpet photos: 2015 SAG AwardsRed carpet photos: 2015 SAG AwardsStars turned to the bolder shades of the rainbow when it came time to choose their Screen Actors Guild Awards ensembles. From glittering green to bright blue, here are the best of the bunch: Julianne Moore stunned in a custom green Givenchy couture gown covered in...
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STL's Alex Hudgens is one of SAG Awards' best-dressedSTL's Alex Hudgens is one of SAG Awards' best-dressedTelevision personality Alex Hudgens arrives for the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, January 25, 2015 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
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Officer shot in Springfield, Mo.Officer shot in Springfield, Mo.Police search the parking lot of a local car lot at Chestnut Expressway and Glenstone Avenue.
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Springfield police surround home after shootingSpringfield police surround home after shootingPolice surround an apartment on Grant Avenue near Scott Street in connection to a shooting on Friday afternoon.
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In Your Area
A local restaurant manager received a top honor Monday morning.
The man arrested for the murder of the night manager at a local Drury Inn earlier this month is now in St. Louis.
If it seems like we're hearing about one pursuit and crash after another, police Chief Sam Dotson says it's not your imagination. He says the "Ferguson effect" is real, meaning, when officers are distracted with protests, criminals take advantage.
A man wanted for first-degree murder in Iowa was taken into custody Friday morning at a home in Richmond Heights.
A teenager was arrested and charged last week in Madison County for a Granite City man hit and killed last summer on a bike trail last summer.
USA TODAY's Desair Brown talks with Weather editor Doyle Rice about what to expect when the monster storm hits.
Every year, automakers roll out about 70 new or redesigned cars. Cars.com spends hundreds of hours test driving these cars. They pick six top cars, but only one can win Cars.com's Best of 2015 Award.
Phil Tinsley and his wife are feeling violated after noticing that the bronze vase they had used to lay flowers at their daughter's grave was gone, the likely target of scrappers. Even worse, it may be one of hundreds that have been stolen.
The film 'American Sniper' has generated controversy for its subject matter. One former Marine Corps sniper says the major takeaway from the film is the need for better mental health services for all soldiers returning from combat.
Brendan Tuxbury is a 21-year-old Marine who has served this country for two years. Next month he will be sent out on another mission, but before he left our town, he wanted to go see his favorite team, the Blues and his favorite player, TJ Oshie.