As of June 20, Missouri had received pre-filed application fees to open at least 89 marijuana dispensaries across St. Louis city and six surrounding Missouri counties. Regulators are expected to license at least 48 dispensaries in the St. Louis metro…
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Homicide detectives are investigating.
Chief John Hayden said about half of the murders in St. Louis are drug-related; another 35 percent are personal disputes. There have been 89 homicides this year.
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Police say Earl Webster Cox, 61, molested a 7-year-old girl in Overland about four years before Angie disappeared
Florissant dentist admits prescribing, using drugs with patient, searching her house after her death
Dr. Bradley A. Seyer, 53, of Florissant, admitted using street and prescription drugs with a woman, illegally prescribing drugs to her and others and searching her house after she died of a fentanyl overdose.
She co-starred with her husband in the A&E show "Dog the Bounty Hunter." Chapman, 51, had battled cancer for two years.
Crestwood firefighters rescued one man from a sedan in the parking lot at Whitecliff.
‘Something needs to be done to change’ the system in St. Louis County, says Keith Kramer, who quit.
The Rev. Matthew Harrison has been leading the organization since 2010.
Boeing is not expected to run a certification test flight until at least July 8
About 3,500 Ameren customers in Illinois and Missouri were without power Wednesday afternoon as thunderstorms moved through the St. Louis area.
The measure would require anyone under age 17 to be off the streets by 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday nights and 9:30 the rest of the week.
The University City Council is delaying until Aug. 12 a vote on amendments to the city code regarding chickens.
State ranked at No. 48 in nation; Illinois comes in at No. 9
JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Wells Fargo & Co. made similar commitments to stop financing private prison companies earlier this year.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 11.4 points, or 0.04%, to 26,536.82
63% of parents said they will start buying items for the school year in July or even earlier
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