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August 27, 2014

Events in Ferguson take turn toward peace

Council OKs emergency $1 million for Ferguson residents

Events in Ferguson took a turn toward peace this week, and flash bangs, tear gas and police helicopters no longer light up the sky over St. Louis County nightly, as they did for nearly two weeks after the Aug. 9 killing of unarmed teenager Michael Brown by Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson....more >>
August 27, 2014

Kirkwood Pioneers dominate football Flyers

Lindbergh to meet Pattonville Friday night

The Lindbergh High School varsity football team opened its 2014 campaign Friday night against a former rival, but failed to put its best product on the field....more >>
August 20, 2014

Grand jury begins hearing evidence in shooting of Ferguson teen

St. Louis County politics go national

It seemed there was nothing going on in St. Louis County government last week other than investigating and responding to the Aug. 9 killing of an unarmed black teenager by a white Ferguson police officer, a case that has been the top national news story for the past week....more >>
August 13, 2014

Ferguson police officer who shot teen a Crestwood resident

Officer's name released after week of pressure from Michael Brown's family

The Ferguson police officer who sparked a national conversation on police force and race when he shot an unarmed teenager last week lives in Crestwood — but contrary to the expectations of some after the release of the officer's name, things have been calm in Crestwood despite tensions running high again in Ferguson last night....more >>
August 06, 2014
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UPDATED: Stenger defeats Dooley in Democratic race for county executive

Stream prevails over Pousosa to win GOP nod

With all precincts reporting, 6th District County Councilman Steve Stenger of Affton has won the Democratic nomination for county executive, defeating incumbent Charlie Dooley of Northwoods in Tuesday's primary....more >>
August 06, 2014

UPDATED: Transportation officials disappointed with defeat of statewide sales tax

Measure would have imposed three-quarter-cent sales tax

Missouri voters resoundingly defeated a constitutional amendment that sought to impose a three-quarter-cent sales tax to fund $6.1 billion of road and infrastructure improvements over the next decade....more >>
August 06, 2014

UPDATED: Lockdown over at St. Anthony's Medical Center

Police seek gunman following failed robbery attempt

As of 12:10 p.m., all buildings on the campus of St. Anthony's Medical Center are now open....more >>
July 30, 2014
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U.S. Bank inside Schnucks on Telegraph Road robbed

Police seek public's help in identifying suspect

The robbery of the U.S. Bank inside the Oakville Shopping Center Schnucks store on Telegraph Road is being investigated by St. Louis County Police....more >>
July 30, 2014
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County Police to investigate incident involving Furrer, bicyclist

Sunset Hills police chief makes announcement Thursday afternoon

At the request of the Sunset Hills Police Department, the St. Louis County Police Department is taking over the investigation of whether Mayor Mark Furrer knocked a bicyclist off the road with his car Tuesday....more >>
July 30, 2014

Missouri voters to weigh constitutional amendments

Missouri voters will consider the five proposed constitutional amendments when they go to the polls Tuesday, Aug. 5....more >>
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