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Creve Coeur police want you to keep an eye on your bank statement if you recently got gas at a Frontenac gas station. [Read More]
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CREVE COEUR — A father and son were transported to a Peoria hospital after they apparently attacked each other with knives late Friday, authorities stated.The attacks... [Read More]
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According to a press release from the Creve Coeur Police Department, at approximately 11:50 PM, November 16th, Creve Coeur police responded to a call of... [Read More]
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Two men were taken to the hospital after a fight escalated into a knife attack in Creve Coeur late Friday night. Police report they were... [Read More]
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Two 8-foot-by-8-foot swastikas appeared in the snow outside an apartment complex Thursday night. [Read More]
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Creve Coeur police want you to keep an eye on your bank statement if you recently got gas at a Frontenac gas station. [Read More]
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Gas station skimmer alert! Check you bank statements. [Read More]
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Police are asking for the public's help to determine who carved swastikas in the snow Thursday. The department tweeted out this image saying two swastikas... [Read More]
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Anyone with information should contact 314-872-2543. [Read More]
Police in Creve Coeur are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who walked into a local phone store with a gun Thursday... [Read More]
A Traffic Collision Alert is in effect for the Village of Creve Coeur.   Drivers involved in a crash, where no one is... [Read More]
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will close mechanisms vital to commercial barge traffic on the Illinois River for months at a time in the... [Read More]
The city's director of community development recommended the city proceed with establishing its own regulations. He said he leaned toward the city setting up an... [Read More]
Chicken and turkey aren't the most beloved barbecue meats, but they command the full attention of DeMarco Howard, owner of Gobble Stop Smokehouse in Creve... [Read More]
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will close mechanisms vital to commercial barge traffic on the Illinois River for months at a time in the... [Read More]
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