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Fire crews have evacuated about a dozen several homes near a major gas leak in Wildwood.

The leak happened in the 11-000 block of Audubon Village Drive, which is just south of Manchester. The leak happened Wednesday morning after a contractor hit a 4 inch natural gas line.  Laclede Gas crews were able to shut off the gas lines so there is no danger to homeowners.

Metro West Firefighters will return and inspect over a dozen homes to make sure they are safe. They will remain without gas for Wednesday afternoon. 

 

 

Wednesday, 29 May 2013 11:27
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A Jennings mother called police overnight  to tell them her son had been shot and killed. 

St. Louis County police are looking for a white Chevy Impala in connection with the death of 21-year-old Oshay Caves.  

It happened around 2:16 a.m. Wednesday at  Theodore and Hamilton. Officers found Caves dead in front of the home at 5200 Hamilton when they arrrived.

St. Louis County Police say the victim was apparently targeted following a confrontation.

 
Wednesday, 29 May 2013 09:18
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We should know later today what the EPA found following a new radiological survey of a Bridgeton landfill. 

The EPA flew airplanes over the landfill site and the adjacent West Lake Landfill which houses decades old nuclear waste material. The purpose of the flight was to identify surface areas that emit gamma radiation. 

Residents nearby are worried about an underground smoldering event beneath the Bridgeton Landfill reaching the nuclear waste under West Lake. 

Wednesday, 29 May 2013 09:15
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The City of St. Louis's plan to regulate street performers has hit a snag.

A federal judge issued an injunction yesterday (Tuesday) that prevents the city from charging $50 for individual permits and $100 for group permits.

The city also wanted to require auditions for street performers, which the ACLU says was the first attempt of its kind in a major city.

The injunction issued by a U.S. District Judge says the city must also refund any performers who paid the $50 fee. 

 

Wednesday, 29 May 2013 08:37
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