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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.
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.
Another rash of smash and grabs happened within minutes of each other overnight.
Two beauty supply stores and a gas station are the latest to be targeted.
The most recent happened just before 5:30 this morning at Paradise Beauty Supply off Goodfellow and West Florissant.
Police report four men drove a Dodge Ram truck into the front of the store and stole a cash register and hair extensions worth $500 each.
The first burglary happened at a gas station in Bellefontaine Neighbors after the business’ front door was smashed in around 4:45 a.m. A half hour later a Sally Beauty Supply on West Florissant near I-270 was hit. Police in St. Louis city and county said they do not have anyone in custody in connection to the three incidents.
The latest string of smash-and-grabs mark at least the 10th such crime in the St. Louis area over the past few weeks.
On Tuesday, thieves stole items from a Central West End Radio Shack after apparently using a truck to ram the cinder-block back of the store.
According to police, the thieves stole several flat-screen televisions and laptop computers totaling more than $1,000 in value.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Gov. Jay Nixon is urging Missourians to walk, run, bike, paddle and hike throughout Missouri during the rest of the year.
The governor is promoting a 100 Missouri Miles Challenge to encourage physical activity. He'll officially kick off the challenge in St. Louis and Springfield this weekend. The event coincides with National Trails Day on Saturday.
Missouri has almost 1,000 miles of trails within the state park system and more than 500 miles of trails federally designated as National Recreation Trails.