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Nov 12 2021
A series of sharp knocks on his driver’s side window startled Jason Burt awake.
It was the middle of the night on a Saturday in 2016. Burt was sleeping in his pickup truck in the parking lot of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in downtown Memphis, Tennessee, where his 5-year-old daughter was being treated for brain cancer. He’d driven more than 500 miles from his home in CentralProPublica
Apr 03 2017
Ten people were killed and many more injured Monday when an explosion rocked a subway train in the Russian city of St. Petersburg, Tass and other Russian news agencies reported.Breitbart News The Guardian USA TODAY
Sep 16 2017
Protesters clashed with police officers Friday night in St. Louis after a white former police officer was acquitted on murder charges for the fatal shooting of a black driver after a car chase. According to the city's police chief, the protests were peaceful until after dark when things turned more violent. Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets as protesters broke windows and threw bricksFox News (Online News) Reuters Washington Post
Mar 17 2020
On St. Patrick's Day, media voices throughout the spectrum focused on the unique U.S. celebration this year amid the coronavirus pandemic. Some concentrated on the holiday's history, business implications of a somber St. Patrick's Day and U.S.-Ireland immigration policy; others examined how the virus altered holiday celebrations in Ireland itself.NBC News (Online) Reuters Washington Examiner
Oct 10 2016
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Jul 26 2022
Torrential and record-breaking rainfall caused widespread flash flooding in the St. Louis area Tuesday morning, trapping vehicles on streets, forcing rescues from homes and cars and spurring numerous road closures, including part of Interstate 70, officials said.
In St. Louis itself, more than 8 inches of rain had fallen from midnight to 7 a.m. CT -- already surpassing the city's all-CNN (Online News)
Jun 06 2022
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear an appeal from the St. Louis, Missouri, couple who could have their law licenses indefinitely suspended after pointing guns at protestors near their home in 2020, Axios reports.
Personal injury attorney Mark McCloskey, who is running as a Republican for U.S. Senate in Missouri, and his wife and fellow attorney, Patricia McCloskey, hadNewsmax (News)
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch is the largest daily newspaper in the St. Louis metropolitan area. A review of its content by an AllSides staffer in September 2021 found few signs of political bias one way or the other in the Post-Dispatch's news content, and a good balance of perspectives on its opinion page.