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Tech Tuesday: Meep tablets for $49Tech Tuesday: Meep tablets for $49An unprecedented price drop on the hugely popular Meep tablet.
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Pet for adoption - April 22Pet for adoption - April 22Belle is a 2 ½-year-old shepherd mix with a sweet, outgoing personality.
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Aldermen approve civilian review boardAldermen approve civilian review boardSt. Louis Mayor Francis Slay says he will sign a new civilian oversight bill into law in two weeks.
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Blues fans in Minnesota for game 3Blues fans in Minnesota for game 3Blues fans in Minnesota for game 3 against the Minnesota Wild on April 20, 2015
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Free shuttle service near Arch beginsFree shuttle service near Arch beginsFree shuttle service began between downtown attractions and the Arch.
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See outrageous Lilly Pulitzer for Target markups on eBaySee outrageous Lilly Pulitzer for Target markups on eBayItems rapidly disappeared from Target on Sunday and reappeared (with a substantial markup) on eBay.
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McDonald's all-day-breakfast test in gearMcDonald's all-day-breakfast test in gearFast-food company hopes Millennials want McMuffins 24/7.
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Is Bobbi Kristina Brown out of coma?Is Bobbi Kristina Brown out of coma?What's going on with Bobbi Kristina Brown?
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Officer infected with flesh-eating bacteriaOfficer infected with flesh-eating bacteriaA Missouri police officer is in critical condition after he was infected with a flesh-eating bacteria.
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Michael Brown memorial tree is replacedMichael Brown memorial tree is replacedOfficials in Ferguson have replaced a tree that was recently planted in the memory of Michael Brown.
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2 killed in East St. Louis crash2 killed in East St. Louis crashTwo people were killed Monday afternoon when an RV towing a minivan crashed on eastbound Interstate 64.
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Look inside a $13.9M Georgia mansionLook inside a $13.9M Georgia mansionConsidered to be one of the 25 largest homes for sale in the country, never-lived-in Rose Hill Estate cost $40 million to build, but is listed at $13.995 million.
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Dying man gets father-daughter danceDying man gets father-daughter danceA Webster Groves dad started focusing on quality of his days rather than quantity.
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Construction manager named for possible stadiumConstruction manager named for possible stadiumHunt Construction Group/Clayco was named as the construction manager for the project.
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Kraft Mac & Cheese shedding the dyesKraft Mac & Cheese shedding the dyesKraft says its macaroni and cheese will be colored using paprika, annatto and turmeric.
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Credit cards: 3 you can close, 1 you shouldn'tCredit cards: 3 you can close, 1 you shouldn'tClosing unused credit card accounts may sound like a good idea, but it could hurt your credit score because of increased utilization and, eventually, shorter credit history.
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Where to catch the Blues gamesWhere to catch the Blues gamesThe St. Louis Blues are in the midst of the first round of playoffs against the Minnesota Wild, and we want to make it easy for you to catch them on TV.
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Mo. House panel OKs traffic fine limits, court rulesMo. House panel OKs traffic fine limits, court rulesA measure that would change municipal court operations and lower the money cities can get from traffic violations is nearing a debate in the Missouri House.
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Police investigate rolling gun battle on WB I-44Police investigate rolling gun battle on WB I-44The ramp from westbound Interstate 44 to Jefferson has reopened after two vehicles exchanged gunfire.
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Backes bombs fans: Best playoff picsBackes bombs fans: Best playoff picsBest blues photos from the playoff celebrations.
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Great-grandmother becomes swimsuit modelGreat-grandmother becomes swimsuit modelBut dare we say, this latest octogenarian fashion star is the baddest of them all.
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Your local weather forecastYour local weather forecastA bit milder with a spot shower today
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How to recognize signs of child abuse or neglectHow to recognize signs of child abuse or neglectOrganizations like Lutheran Family and Children's Services work year-round to prevent child abuse and neglect.
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Furniture for your patio at Weekends OnlyFurniture for your patio at Weekends OnlyFurniture for your patio at Weekends Only
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Photos: Cor Jesu, Eureka battle to tiePhotos: Cor Jesu, Eureka battle to tieCor Jesu vs. Eureka
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Police: Woman planted cricket in food to get free mealPolice: Woman planted cricket in food to get free mealPolice in North Carolina say a woman tried to score a free meal at a restaurant by planting a cricket on her plate.
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Man shot multiple times near O'Fallon ParkMan shot multiple times near O'Fallon ParkAPRIL 20, 2015: A man in his early 40s was shot multiple times in the 1900 block of Adelaide Avenue, just southeast of O’Fallon Park. Details about the shooting have not been released, but a Kia Forte at the scene had its window shot out.
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Duplex damaged by fire overnightDuplex damaged by fire overnightAPRIL 20, 2015: A two-family duplex in the 4100 block of Obear caught fire overnight. Everyone made it out safely.
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Five years after the BP oil spillFive years after the BP oil spillFire crews battle a blaze on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig owned by the British oil company BP on April 21, 2010, in the Gulf of Mexico near New Orleans.
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European nations face migrant boat crisisEuropean nations face migrant boat crisisMigrants are rescued after their boat struck a reef and sank off Zephyros beach in Rhodes.
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Go! STL Marathon winner honored at Cardinals gameGo! STL Marathon winner honored at Cardinals gameAndrea Karl was honored before the St. Louis Cardinals game on April 19. Karl ran around the warning track and finally got to break the finish line tape, held up by Jackie Joyner-Kersee. She then got to throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
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Ammonia leak shuts down I-70 in WarrentonAmmonia leak shuts down I-70 in WarrentonInterstate I-70 was shut down in both directions in Warrenton after two 1,000 tanks of ammonia fell off a farm truck Sunday morning.
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Color Run brightens downtown STL streetsColor Run brightens downtown STL streetsThe Color Run, aka the Happiest 5k on the planet, filled the streets of downtown St. Louis with color Saturday morning.
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Viewer photos: Color Run brightens downtown STL streetsViewer photos: Color Run brightens downtown STL streetsThe Color Run, aka the Happiest 5k on the planet, filled the streets of downtown St. Louis with color Saturday morning.
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Ship naming ceremony for the USS St. LouisShip naming ceremony for the USS St. LouisNaming ceremony for the USS St. Louis
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Game 2: St. Louis Blues vs. the Minnesota WildGame 2: St. Louis Blues vs. the Minnesota WildApr 18, 2015; St. Louis, MO, USA; St. Louis Blues fans waive rally towels during the game between the St. Louis Blues and the Minnesota Wild during the first period in game two of the first round of the the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Scottrade Center.
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Earth Day rally and concert in Washington draws crowdsEarth Day rally and concert in Washington draws crowdsA concert attendee dances and blows bubbles during the 2015 Earth Day concert in Washington.
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2015 St. Charles Home Show must-sees2015 St. Charles Home Show must-sees250 companies with the latest in home improvement products and services
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Costa Rican researchers discovered a new frog species whose bright green skin and big white eyes make it appear just like the Muppets' fearless leader. Jen Markham (@jenmarkham) explains.
Cincinnatian Jim Obergefell is lead plaintiff in what will be a history-making Supreme Court case on gay marriage being heard on April 28.
Police say they've found the truck involved in a deadly hit-and-run, but they're still looking for the driver who killed 25-year-old Mark Harris, Jr. over the weekend.
Police are calling it the worst case of child abuse they've ever seen and they're actively searching for a person of interest in the case.
The aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt is moving toward the waters off the coast of Yemen to prepare to intercept any potential Iranian shipments of weapons to the rebels fighting the U.S.-backed government of Yemen.
A Florida man stumbled across a a Tegu lizard while taking out his garbage. Sightings of the invasive species appear to be on the rise.
Clouds will clear out tonight but winds will stay brisk. Temperatures this week will be cooler, with highs and lows staying below average in the upper 50s. Overnight lows will dip into the mid-30s. The next chance of rain returns on Saturday.
A study from SunTrust Bank says many American households earning $75,000 or more a year aren’t saving as much as they should, and live paycheck to paycheck because they dine out too much. Sean Dowling (@SeanDowlingTV) has more on the story.