Day: July 17, 2019

Teens make history, potential careers with plays at Missouri History Museum
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Teens make history, potential careers with plays at Missouri History Museum

FOREST PARK – Anyone who stops by the Missouri History Museum on Thursday and Friday mornings can catch the Teens…
People and pets need to keep cool, mayor says
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People and pets need to keep cool, mayor says

CITY HALL – Mayor Lyda Krewson is telling everyone to take seriously the National Weather Service’s excessive heat warning through…
Safe House provides haven, guidance for girls in north St. Louis
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Safe House provides haven, guidance for girls in north St. Louis

JEFF-VANDER-LOU – As a 20-something “northsider,” Shante Duncan was admittedly insecure as she faced the dicey realities of city life,…
Lyrical Therapy lets poets be heard, network in north St. Louis
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Lyrical Therapy lets poets be heard, network in north St. Louis

OLD NORTH ST. LOUIS – With incense burning and a DJ table-turning, a crowd begins to fill the UrbArts center…
Check out St. Louis Public Library’s Curbside Pickup Service
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Check out St. Louis Public Library’s Curbside Pickup Service

PENROSE –  St. Louis Public Library just put another service on its books: Curbside Pickup Service.  Now, instead of getting…
Former St. Louis officer accused of assaulting protesters
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Former St. Louis officer accused of assaulting protesters

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A former St. Louis police officer has been charged with three felony counts of third-degree assault…
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