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Man Charged in Connection with North County Carjacking

Man Charged in Connection with North County Carjacking

St. Louis, MO (KTRS) A man is charged in connection with Monday’s armed carjacking in north county. 25-year-old Markel Hutton of the 300 block of Wedge in St. Louis is facing first degree robbery and other charges. The incident occurred at around 12:15 Monday afternoon in the 11-thousand block of Sugar Pine Drive. That’s where…

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MetroBus Delays Expected Monday

MetroBus Delays Expected Monday

If you’re planning to ride MetroBus today, be advised that you could experience delays. In a statement Sunday night, Metro said that a driver shortage caused by quote, ‘an unusually high number of MetroBus operators already calling off work’ and operators ‘declining to work extra assignments’ are to blame. For details, you can contact the…

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Federal Officials: Man Admitted Firing Shot That Killed Boy

Federal Officials: Man Admitted Firing Shot That Killed Boy

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Federal authorities say a man charged in an armored car theft has told investigators he fired the shot earlier this month that killed a 7-year-old boy in St. Louis. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the 23-year-old Malik Ross appeared in court Friday on several federal charges, including embezzlement. He’s accused…

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Ex-Official With Ties To Stenger Gets Probation, Fine

Ex-Official With Ties To Stenger Gets Probation, Fine

Ex-official with ties to Stenger gets probation, fine ST. LOUIS (AP) — The former chief executive of the St. Louis County Economic Development Partnership has been sentenced to three years of probation and fined $20,000 for helping cover up the pay-to-play scheme orchestrated by the man who hired her. Sheila Sweeney was sentenced Friday in…

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Four Children Saved From South City Fire. Apparently Left Alone

Four Children Saved From South City Fire. Apparently Left Alone

4 children saved from St. Louis fire; apparently left alone ST. LOUIS (AP) — Four children under the age of 5 who fire officials believe were left without adult supervision have been pulled from a burning home by St. Louis firefighters. One child is in critical condition. There was no immediate information on the conditions…

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