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Grants Farm future owner? Judge rules, that’s up to Wells Fargo.

( KTRS ) Grant’s Farm could soon have a new owner, after a St. Louis judge ruled Tuesday that a trust manager, has the power to decide whether to se...
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PAC treasurer denies ties to GOP Missouri governor hopeful

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Republican gubernatorial candidate Eric Greitens’ campaign says it has no relationship with the treasurer of a ...
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4 Syrian refugee families arrived in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS (AP) – Twenty-six Syrian refugees have arrived in St. Louis to start new lives. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the Internati...
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Two Suspects Arrested For Child Shooting In North City

( KTRS) Police have arrested two suspects for allegedly shooting a 3-year-old boy in the head Saturday night. The child is alive, but remains in criti...
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Finals MVP James delivers title to Cleveland

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – It’s over. Cleveland’s 52-year championship drought ended with an electrifying 93-89 victory over Golden Stat...
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Endangered Wolf Center adds endangered dog breed from Africa

ST. LOUIS (AP) – A pack of five African wild dogs – an endangered breed down to a few thousand in the wild – has a new home in subur...
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Body pulled from river in St. Charles ID’

( KTRS ) A body was found Sunday morning in the Missouri River. St. Charles police say the body of a African-American male was found on the west side ...
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Illinois budget fight delaying utility payments to prisons

MOUNT STERLING, Ill. (AP) – One small central Illinois community is considering shutting off water to its prison because it’s owed nearly ...
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Illinois unemployment rate drops as workforce shrinks

CHICAGO (AP) – The unemployment rate dropped across Illinois in May to 6.4 percent, but state officials attributed the drop to a decrease in the...
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Missouri man gets probation for online threats to blacks

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) – A man who posted threatening messages against black people on an anonymous social media app during racial protests at the U...