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- 10 hours, 33 minutes ago
UFC star Tyron Woodley 'outraged' by Ferguson violenceUFC star Tyron Woodley 'outraged' by Ferguson violenceUFC star Tyron Woodley is from Ferguson and he says he's outraged by the recent violence.
- 8 hours, 14 minutes ago
Rifle stolen from police car during Ferguson protestsRifle stolen from police car during Ferguson protestsSt. Louis County police are looking for an AR-15 rifle.
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FBI shooting suspect is deadFBI shooting suspect is deadA man suspected of killing his mother and shooting three law enforcement officers is dead, says Det. Sgt. Fredrick Lemons II.
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Ferguson shop owner relives her nightmareFerguson shop owner relives her nightmareJenice Andrews lost more than property when rioters torched her antique shop on North Florissant Monday. She said it felt like losing her father, again. Her dad, who died in March, helped her remodel Hidden Treasurers.
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Ferguson couple watches life's work destroyed in one nightFerguson couple watches life's work destroyed in one nightFor 35 years James and Dawne Marshall have put every penny and every ounce of passion in their restaurant, Faraci's. As the unrest erupted this week in Ferguson, they sat in their home and watched part of their community burn down, the community they grew up in.
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Ferguson inspires Belleville third gradersFerguson inspires Belleville third gradersOn a snowy Thanksgiving Eve, no school at Whiteside Elementary in Belleville; but for a group of third graders in Ms. Stinni's class, Tuesday's class project is now online. It's called "Peace from the Pieces," a video related to the Ferguson...
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Sharpton gathers families of men killed by policeSharpton gathers families of men killed by policeThe Rev. Al Sharpton is joining the families of three unarmed black men who recently died at the hands of police officers.
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Cleveland boy shot by police within seconds of their arrivalCleveland boy shot by police within seconds of their arrivalIn releasing the 911 calls and the full surveillance video of the confrontation and fatal shooting of a 12-year-old Ohio boy, Cleveland police also identified the police officers involved in the shooting.
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Cosby nephew says uncle is 'innocent'Cosby nephew says uncle is 'innocent'The first comment from someone in Bill Cosby's family in response to the multiple rape allegations against him is a stout, Bible-quoting defense from his nephew, Braxton Cosby.
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Shop local on Small Business SaturdayShop local on Small Business SaturdayHelp St. Louis area businesses by shopping local on Small Business Saturday.
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Drive for donations to help police officersDrive for donations to help police officersPolice officers in the region have been called on to work 12-hour shifts since the grand jury decision was announced.
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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade: Past and presentMacy's Thanksgiving Day Parade: Past and presentDrag the slider to compare images of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
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What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?
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Researchers discover 'pre-cancers' in bloodResearchers discover 'pre-cancers' in bloodScientists have discovered a gene mutation among older people that could start them on the path to leukemia, lymphoma or other blood disease.
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Journalist arrested covering Ferguson protests in AtlantaJournalist arrested covering Ferguson protests in AtlantaWXIA photographer among 2 media members arrested in Atlanta Tuesday night.
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Martin Brodeur will practice with the St. Louis BluesMartin Brodeur will practice with the St. Louis BluesSt. Louis Blues goalie Brian Elliott's injury could create an opening for Martin Brodeur to return to the NHL.
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- 10 hours, 35 minutes ago
Calls to boycott Black Friday in protest of Ferguson spreadCalls to boycott Black Friday in protest of Ferguson spreadA movement to boycott Black Friday may be gaining some traction as a protest in honor of Michael Brown, the unarmed teen killed by a police officer.
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Creed frontman Scott Stapp says he's broke and homelessCreed frontman Scott Stapp says he's broke and homelessIn the '90s, Scott Stapp was one of the biggest rock stars in the world, as the frontman for Creed. Now, though, the 'With Arms Wide Open' singer says he's broke and homeless, living in a Holiday Inn.
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Grand jury documents rife with inconsistenciesGrand jury documents rife with inconsistenciesAn Associated Press review of thousands of pages of grand jury documents reveals numerous examples of statements made during the shooting investigation that were inconsistent, fabricated or provably wrong. Prosecutors exposed these inconsistencies before the jurors,...
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Coca-Cola's new venture: Expensive milkCoca-Cola's new venture: Expensive milkWith soda sales sagging, Coca-Cola is moving into the dairy business. It plans to offer milk with some big differences to the stuff now on supermarket shelves: For starters, it will cost twice as much.
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Your local weather forecastYour local weather forecastWatch for slick spots on roads early this morning.
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Calm night in Ferguson after National Guard increaseCalm night in Ferguson after National Guard increaseAfter a week that began with buildings burned and businesses looted, Wednesday night into early Thanksgiving morning in Ferguson was relatively quiet and calm.
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Nixon expected more peace night of grand jury announcementNixon expected more peace night of grand jury announcementGovernor Jay Nixon met with officers at the central command center in Ferguson Wednesday after a relatively calm night Tuesday.
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Napheesa ready to chase another state titleNapheesa ready to chase another state titleGiavonna Heath reports on one of the most decorated female athletes to every play high school sports in our area.
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- 11 hours, 42 minutes ago
Nixon: I will monitor Ferguson closelyNixon: I will monitor Ferguson closelyMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon released a statement Wednesday, the third day of protests following the announcement of the grand jury's decision not to indict Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson for the death of unarmed teen Michael Brown.
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Photos: Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade preparationsPhotos: Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade preparationsWorkers help inflate balloon floats with helium in preparation for the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 26, 2014 in New York City
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Missouri National Guard in north St. Louis County.Missouri National Guard in north St. Louis County.Missouri National Guard in north St. Louis County.
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Your PHOTOS: St. Louis area snowYour PHOTOS: St. Louis area snowSouthwest City
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London demonstrators protest Ferguson decisionLondon demonstrators protest Ferguson decisionDemonstrators hold up placards and march down Oxford Street in central London on November 26, 2014 during a protest over the US court decision not to charge the policeman who killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in the town of Ferguson.
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Community cleans up after second day of unrestCommunity cleans up after second day of unrestKaren Gold paints on a boarded window of her store in Ferguson, Missouri, on November 26, 2014.
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PHOTOS: Second night of Ferguson decision unrestPHOTOS: Second night of Ferguson decision unrestProtesters took to the streets Tuesday night during the second night of unrest in Ferguson since the announcement of the grand jury's decision.
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In Your Area
Nixon expected more peace night of grand jury announcement
The smell of smoke still wafts through the air from the window in the children’s area of Flood Christian Church.
National Guard keeping an eye on protests.
In less than 24 hours, shoppers will be sleeping off their turkey and preparing for the start of Black Friday shopping. With recent unrest in the St. Louis area, some have questioned how that will change retail hours and security.
Mayor Knowles surveys damage, looks ahead.
The aftermath from Monday's violence in Ferguson, Missouri, is reaching beyond the hardest hit areas. It's making life harder from some residents, as even businesses that were not hit by vandals are shutting down.
Throughout life, we all wait for something or someone. Tom Meeks spent three years waiting for a heart transplant. Back in April of 2011, the Vietnam Veteran was diagnosed with a rare heart disease called amyloidosis.
The December 8 issue of 'The New Yorker' depicts the Gateway Arch split in two, with one side white and the other black.
The holidays have arrived and while their neighborhood struggles for justice and peace, it's all things normal in the Hicks household.
Family Counselor Michael Herold strongly recommends having plenty of discussions about the different cultural traditions experiences that make up the child's racial background on both sides of their family.