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St. Louis County Police and others are facing criticism after claims they used excessive force during the protest and also denied people medication and representation... [Read More]
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The utility says it will add enough solar and wind-generated electricity to power 214,000 homes. [Read More]
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Police have identified the victim as 27-year old Darrion Noble. [Read More]
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The practices, split into two groups, were each done in under an hour. [Read More]
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A Missouri family says they can't get their beloved pet back from a local shelter. [Read More]
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Cardinals manager Mike Matheny says he would support players if they chose to kneel during the national anthem. [Read More]
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Several dozen city and county business owners are expressing their support for those protesting the recent Stockley verdict. [Read More]
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Elected officials and faith leaders are calling for a Department of Justice investigation into the use of force by police during a protest at the... [Read More]
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During the investigation, Ford admitted to shaking both girls on three different occasions. [Read More]
5 On Your Side has partnered with United Van Lines, the Salvation Army, and Pilot FlyingJ to send more than 20 tractor trailers filled with... [Read More]
Ameren has announced a large commitment to solar and wind-generated electricity. [Read More]
The new ambulance coating should make them easier to see. [Read More]
Ambulances in St. Charles County are getting a new look, and it's expected to increase safety. [Read More]
With one week of the regular season left, the Cardinals are following a similar path that kept them out of the 2016 playoffs. [Read More]
Your Digital Weather Forecast for Monday 9-25-17... [Read More]
A grant is bringing fresh fruits and vegetables to some MetroLink stations. [Read More]
Forward had surgery for torn left ACL, played in Friday preseason game but will miss remainder of training camp... [Read More]
Anyone who witnessed the crash is asked to call St. Louis County police at (636) 529-8210. [Read More]
Police believe the attack was random. [Read More]
This is a developing story. [Read More]
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