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6 best horror movies you haven't seen6 best horror movies you haven't seenAs we head into the last weekend before Halloween, it's time to load up your DVR, DVD player, Roku box or maybe even the Betamax (they're still out there!) with first-rate frights. Telling a friend to watch "The Exorcist" in October is like walking...
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Autopsy results spark new Shaw protestsAutopsy results spark new Shaw protestsAs many people were heading to bed Thursday night new protests erupted in the Shaw neighborhood of south St. Louis.
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Queen Elizabeth sends first tweetQueen Elizabeth sends first tweetLONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 24: Queen Elizabeth II sends her first Tweet during a visit to the 'Information Age' Exhibition at the Science Museum on October 24, 2014 in London, England.
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PHOTOS: More viewers go leaf peepingPHOTOS: More viewers go leaf peepingForest Park
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10 best horror flicks on Netflix10 best horror flicks on NetflixWe had a huge response to Thursday's list of the 6 best horror movies you haven't seen, and many asked if any of them are on Netflix.
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Dozens quarantined at CenteneDozens quarantined at CenteneNearly 100 people were evacuated and several dozen quarantined after a suspicious package was found at a health insurance business in Farmington, Missouri.
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Dooley's son suspected in 18 robberiesDooley's son suspected in 18 robberiesSt. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley's son is suspected of robbing 18 gas stations.
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3 coworkers get lucky with Missouri Lottery3 coworkers get lucky with Missouri LotteryIt's becoming known as the luckiest real estate office in town.
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Officer's attorney responds to Myers autopsyOfficer's attorney responds to Myers autopsyNew autopsy results may help tell the story of the officer involved shooting in the Shaw neighborhood in south St. Louis.
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More problems at Harlan Court ApartmentsMore problems at Harlan Court ApartmentsThe lights are on in the hallway, the feces and vomit are gone from a second floor landing, and some of the plumbing problems are fixed.
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Pictures of Thursday night’s sunsetPictures of Thursday night’s sunsetGreenfield, Ill. Viewer submitted photos of Thursday night’s sunset. You can send your pictures to: email@example.com
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Canucks win in Miller's return to St. LouisCanucks win in Miller's return to St. LouisRyan Miller had 31 saves against his former club as the Vancouver Canucks beat the St. Louis Blues 4-1 on Thursday.
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St. Louis Blues vs. the Vancouver CanucksSt. Louis Blues vs. the Vancouver CanucksOct 23, 2014; St. Louis, MO, USA; St. Louis Blues center David Backes (42) shoves Vancouver Canucks left wing Daniel Sedin (22) during the first period at Scottrade Center. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
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App lets you track sickness in your communityApp lets you track sickness in your communityThere's an app that helps you track what sicknesses are around your community.
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North city clinic struggles to remain openNorth city clinic struggles to remain openWith a small number of regular patients, a medical facility in north St. Louis is operating day-by-day. The doctor who opened it wants to continue his mission of providing free or low cost health care to people who live nearby -- but is asking for the public's help...
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Autopsy: Myers shot twice in front, 6 to back of legsAutopsy: Myers shot twice in front, 6 to back of legs18-year-old Vonderrit Myers was shot eight times by an off-duty officer, according to a forensic pathologist hired by Myers' family.
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Calls for independent inquiry following Mike Brown grand jury leaksCalls for independent inquiry following Mike Brown grand jury leaksA legal expert is calling for an immediate independent inquiry into all the leaks dripping out regarding the Mike Brown grand jury investigation.
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Family with crying child escorted off planeFamily with crying child escorted off planeA Chesterfield couple say they were nearly kicked off of a plane in the Dominican Republic, all because of their crying toddler.
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Man accused of East St. Louis robbery killingMan accused of East St. Louis robbery killingAn East St. Louis man is accused in the beating and strangling of a man during a suspected robbery.
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City's last public housing high-rise coming downCity's last public housing high-rise coming downDemolition of St. Louis' last public housing high-rise began Thursday, the St. Louis Housing Authority said.
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Crying child causes altercation on flightCrying child causes altercation on flightA Chesterfield family claims a stewardess threatened to kick them off their Frontier Airlines flight from the Dominican Republic to St. Louis if they couldn't calm their child.
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Have you faked a sick day?Have you faked a sick day?Over the past year, according to a survey by Careerbuilder.com, 28 percent of employees have called in sick to work when they were feeling well.
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Miller, Canucks visit BluesMiller, Canucks visit BluesRyan Miller was not the answer to the St. Louis Blues' Stanley Cup dreams last spring, but he hopes to lead the Vancouver Canucks to a victory when they visit Scottrade Center on Thursday.
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Kate's gothic-inspired gala dressKate's gothic-inspired gala dressLONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 23: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the Action on Addiction autumn Gala evening at L'Anima on October 23, 2014 in London, England.
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Ill. natural gas prices lower than averageIll. natural gas prices lower than averageAmeren Illinois customers should expect to see lower than average natural gas prices this winter for the second year in a row.
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Man accused of dumping corpse in alleyMan accused of dumping corpse in alleyA 34-year-old Cottage Hills man is accused of abusing a corpse by dumping the body of a man who died earlier this week in a St. Louis alley.
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A St. Louis man has been found guilty of murdering a mother whose baby was found abandoned in Breckenridge Hills last year.
Three people were shot Thursday night, and one of those victims is dead.
Patricia Miller, editor of the St. Louis Business Journal, joined Today in St. Louis with a look at this week's headlines.
As we head into the last weekend before Halloween, it's time to load up your DVR, DVD player, Roku box or maybe even the Betamax (they're still out there!) with first-rate frights.
Dallas nurse Nina Pham's dog, Bentley, has been in quarantine since Pham was diagnosed with the Ebola virus earlier this month. The dog has consistently tested negative for the virus.
New developments expected Friday in an assault case that led to big changes when it comes to the safety of students on the campus of St. Louis Community College - Meramec.
An accident reconstruction team has been called to the scene of a fatal accident that has closed part of Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard in north St. Louis.
As many people were heading to bed Thursday night new protests erupted in the Shaw neighborhood of south St. Louis.