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The chicken was deformed and also appeared to have something stuffed into it. It was also discolored. [Read More]
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"I just really want to know why." [Read More]
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The woman will have to eat out of a straw for three weeks. A suspect hasn't been identified. [Read More]
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Breast cancer survivors received free tattoos to cover their scars. It's a part of a national movement called Pink Day, which "connects breast cancer survivors... [Read More]
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Police aren't releasing the names of the victims until an autopsy is completed. [Read More]
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The developer BNH Enterprise wants to build a lakefront project called Solon on the Lake. It will feature a winery, retail shops and housing for... [Read More]
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"If they have a plan, nobody knows it." [Read More]
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A storm barrels through Northeast Ohio on Wednesday, flooding streets, knocking down trees and knocking out power to thousands... [Read More]
5 On Your Side's Ray Strickland will have more on this developing story at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. [Read More]
"I wish I could just wake him up and tell him I didn't know we had this much love." [Read More]
The Duffners' attorney says he'll to continue to appeal the case, if necessary. The case could end up in Supreme Court.        ... [Read More]
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call the St. Louis County Police Department at 636-529-8210 or CrimeStoppers at 866-371-8477. [Read More]
"Any articles in the media regarding additional store closures are based on speculation, and we are not commenting at this time," a company rep said... [Read More]
"I'm afraid of politicians that react instead of doing their real job and finding out the cause why these people cause the mass murders." [Read More]
"I'm afraid of politicians that react instead of doing their real job and finding out the cause why these people cause the mass murders." [Read More]
The lawsuit filed in the United States District Court Eastern District of Missouri claims police "falsely arrested Brown, violating his rights under the United States... [Read More]
NBC awarded $500,000 to high school theatre programs across the country. More than 1,000 schools applied and only 50 received the grant. [Read More]
Marx, a proud gun owner, said the gun rally is letting lawmakers know—his and others rights are non-negotiable. [Read More]
The state of Missouri became the 28th state with a right to work law in February when Gov. Eric Greitens signed it into law. [Read More]
Anheuser Busch, among many businesses hoping the president reconsiders, released a statement in response to the president's announcement. The company said thousands of U.S.... [Read More]
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