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ST. CHARLES, Mo. (AP) - A man is dead after he was shot by police in St. Charles.
St. Charles police went to a home Wednesday night after neighbors complained the man was threatening them and igniting fireworks.
 
KSDK reports police say the man was holding a weapon and refused their commands to drop it. He was shot when he moved toward the officers and threatened them.
The officer, a 13-year veteran, was placed on administrative leave pending further investigation.
 
 No one else was injured.
Thursday, 17 April 2014 07:06
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St. Louis, MO  --  Two suspects are jailed in Pine Lawn after a routine traffic stop turned into a drug bust.  
 
Fox2 News reports that a man and a woman were stopped for speeding on Interstate 70 near Jennings Station Rd.  just after 3 o'clock Thursday morning.  
Police say they could smell pot as they approached the car. They were given permission to search the vehicle and found several pounds of the drug hidden beneath the liner of the trunk. 
 
The duo had bought the marijuana in Colorado and it is unknown at this time whether they were transporting it to Missouri or through the state.
In addition to packages, the pot was contained in cookies, brownies, chocolate bars and other candies.  A 24 year old man from Virginia and a  34 year old woman from Colorado are in custody.
 
Thursday, 17 April 2014 06:42
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   One armed robbery suspect is custody, another is in the hospital after police shot the suspect.  
   St. Louis County Police confirm that two suspects had tried to rob the "Check 'n Go" in the 600 block of Gravois Bluffs about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday.  
   Police were in the area and responded to the call.  Officers confronted the suspects as they left the check cashing store.  
   When officers apprehended the suspects, one pulled a gun and the officer shot him.  
   That suspect was taken to the hospital by ambulance.  His condition isn't known.  
   The other suspect was taken into custody.
   There's no word on any other injuries.
 
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 12:17
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St. Louis, MO  --  St. Louis police are back on the hot-spot policing beat in a south city neighborhood.  

The Metropolitan Police Department's Command Van will remain in Tower Grove South and extra uniformed and plainclothes officers will patrol the neighborhood.

This is in an effort to stem a rash of burglaries, robberies and car break-ins in the area.

Early next month, police will turn their hot-spot attention to the Wells-Goodfellow neighborhood in north city. 

Wednesday, 16 April 2014 10:37
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St. Louis, MO -- The show will NOT go on!  The Miley Cyrus concert scheduled for tonight at Scottrade Center has been canceled.
 
Cyrus was forced to cancel her "Bangerz" concert at the Sprint Center in Kansas City last night after being hospitalized for a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics.
 
Cyrus took to Twitter to say she was heartbroken to miss that show and tweeted this morning that she will not be released from the hospital today so she must cancel her performance in the Gateway City tonight.  
 
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 08:51
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 JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Public water systems could be required to notify Missouri customers before eliminating fluoride from drinking water.
 
The Missouri House gave first-round approval Tuesday to the legislation. It would require notification at least 90 days before a vote to permanently cease fluoridation.
 
Water systems would need to inform customers, the Department of Natural Resources and the Department of Health and Senior Services.
 
The measure needs a second affirmative vote before moving to the state Senate.
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 07:49
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri's unemployment rate increased in March, though the size of payrolls also grew.
 
   The Department of Economic Development reported Tuesday that the jobless rate grew to 6.7 percent from 6.4 percent last month. Employers added a net of 3,500 jobs in March.
 
   Top gainers were the construction and education and health services. Construction jobs grew by 2,000 and education and health services grew by 1,600. On the other hand, the leisure and hospitality sector declined by 1,900 jobs.
   Missouri's civilian labor force of about 3 million people grew by 8,450 during March. The labor force counts people with jobs and those who are on unemployment but looking for work.
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 07:41
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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - Illinois officials say a strip club tax has generated less than 40 percent of the money that was expected when the surcharge was approved.
 
The Springfield bureau of Lee Enterprises newspapers reports the "pole tax" raised about $380,000 in 2013. That's far less than the $1 million predicted when the measure passed the General Assembly in 2012.
The money is earmarked for rape crisis centers.
 
Strip clubs can pay a $3 tax for every customer or an annual fee ranging from $5,000 to $25,000 based on sales.
 
Polly Poskin is executive director of the Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault. She attributes the lower revenue to the fact that the requirement only applies to strip clubs that sell or allow alcohol. Chicago bans alcohol at its strip clubs.
 
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