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Registration open for Illinois State Police youth camp

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Illinois State Police is offering kids an up close look at law enforcement, self-discipline, and respect. 

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Trooper prevents crash in St. Charles Co. by stopping wrong-way driver

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A Missouri State Highway Patrol Trooper is being credited for preventing what could have been a tragedy on a major route in and out of St. Charles County.

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Man shot in the head while following suspect in vehicle pursuit

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A man is in the hospital after he was shot pursuing a woman suspected of crashing into several parked vehicles in north St. Louis.

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Man injured during fight, shot fired outside Pin-up Bowl in Delmar Loop overnight

Police outside the Pin-up Bowl in the Delmar Loop Tuesday (Credit: KMOV) Police outside the Pin-up Bowl in the Delmar Loop Tuesday (Credit: KMOV)
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An assault investigation is underway after a fight at a west St. Louis bar spilled outside overnight.

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Motorcycle driver ejected, killed after crashing into tractor in Macoupin County

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A motorcycle driver was killed while trying to pass a John Deere Tractor on US 66 in Macoupin County Monday evening.

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GPS devices to be removed from many Missouri sex offenders

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ST. LOUIS (AP) — A court ruling requires Missouri to at least temporarily remove GPS monitoring devices from some sex offenders. 

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IDOT announces lane closure on Mississippi River Bridge this week

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New lane restrictions have been announced and with it, significant traffic delays, the Illinois Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.  

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Investigation underway following overnight burglary in North City

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Police in north St. Louis are investigating following an overnight burglary.

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SLIDESHOW: Deadly blast at Ariana Grande UK concert

Fans leave the Park Inn hotel in central Manchester, England Tuesday May 23 2017. An apparent suicide bomber set off an improvised explosive device that killed over a dozen people at the end of an Ariana Grande concert on Monday. (AP) Fans leave the Park Inn hotel in central Manchester, England Tuesday May 23 2017. An apparent suicide bomber set off an improvised explosive device that killed over a dozen people at the end of an Ariana Grande concert on Monday. (AP)

MANCHESTER, England (MEREDITH/AP) -- An explosion struck an Ariana Grande concert in northern England late Monday, killing at least 19 people and injuring dozens in what police say they are treating as a terrorist attack.

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Father turns in his son after finding stolen weapons, homemade explosives Video included

A St. Charles County teenager is charged with possession of stolen guns and materials to make homemade explosives after his father turned him in. (Credit: St. Charles Police) A St. Charles County teenager is charged with possession of stolen guns and materials to make homemade explosives after his father turned him in. (Credit: St. Charles Police)
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A St. Charles County teenager is charged with possession of stolen guns and materials to make homemade explosives after his father turned him in.

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Parents make heartbreaking decision over son with autism Video included

News 4 has chosen not to identify him by name or show pictures of what he currently looks like. (Credit: Wallens) News 4 has chosen not to identify him by name or show pictures of what he currently looks like. (Credit: Wallens)
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A parent's love knows no bounds. But what happens when you truly believe your child is going to harm himself or someone else? One family tells News 4 they made a heartbreaking decision about their son with autism, all because they felt they had no other options. 

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Navy DNA testing positively identifies local sailor killed at Pearl Harbor Video included

Robert "Bobby" Temple was a 19-year-old aboard the USS Oklahoma. (Credit: Temple Family) Robert "Bobby" Temple was a 19-year-old aboard the USS Oklahoma. (Credit: Temple Family)
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After 75 years of uncertainty, closure comes for one local family

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Bar in Laclede's Landing hit again by burglars Video included

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The owner of Roaring 20s, a bar in Laclede’s Landing, says burglars broke into his bar to sell alcohol.

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Video of 6-year-old St. Louis boy fed up with all the violence goes viral Video included

Jeffrey Laney's plea to put an end to violence has now gone viral on Facebook. Credit: KMOV Jeffrey Laney's plea to put an end to violence has now gone viral on Facebook. Credit: KMOV
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A 6-year-old boy from St. Louis has had enough of the violence

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Intruder Alert accidentally sent out to STL-CC students Video included

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An armed intruder alert was accidentally sent out to staff and students of St. Louis Community College Monday, due to the school testing new equipment.

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Former North Co. assistant principal facing more felony charges Video included

Walter Collie, 47, is facing charges for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a McCluer North high school student. (Credit: Florissant Police Department) Walter Collie, 47, is facing charges for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a McCluer North high school student. (Credit: Florissant Police Department)
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A former assistant principal at McCluer North high school who was already charged with having a sexual relationship with a student is now facing felony forgery charges. 

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WATCH: Rare rhino born at St. Louis Zoo

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The Saint Louis Zoo is celebrating a special birth. Moyo is a rare black rhino calf born last Wednesday.

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4 killed, 5 injured in shootings across St. Louis-area Sunday Video included

A 31-year-old woman was shot and killed at Virginia and Itaska Sunday evening (Credit: KMOV) A 31-year-old woman was shot and killed at Virginia and Itaska Sunday evening (Credit: KMOV)
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Four people were killed and five were injured in separate shootings across the St. Louis-area Sunday.

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Missing 14-year-old girl last seen at South County Mall found safe

Police are asking for the public's help locating a 14-year-old girl. Police said Yvonna Walker has an intellectual disability.  (St. Louis County Police) Police are asking for the public's help locating a 14-year-old girl. Police said Yvonna Walker has an intellectual disability.  (St. Louis County Police)
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Police say a 14-year-old girl last Police say a 14-year-old girl last seen at South County Mall has been found safe

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Man, 60, accused of molesting young girl

Ted Summers is accused of molesting a young girl in Lincoln County. Credit: Lincoln Co. Sheriff Ted Summers is accused of molesting a young girl in Lincoln County. Credit: Lincoln Co. Sheriff
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A 60-year-old Lincoln County man is facing charges for allegedly molesting a young girl multiple times

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Victim of stolen car forced to pay big fees Video included

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Late Monday morning, a shot up Chevy Trailblazer left a St. Louis crime lab and was dropped off at a tow lot on Hall Street. 

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Velda City officer grazed by bullet; suspect dead Video included

Officer on the scene after an officer was grazed by a bullet in Velda City (Credit: KMOV) Officer on the scene after an officer was grazed by a bullet in Velda City (Credit: KMOV)
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A Velda City police officer was grazed by a bullet while responding to a domestic incident in Velda City Monday morning.

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Father fires shots in Chuck E. Cheese parking lot at child's birthday party

Jovan C. Chamberlain, 25, of Cahokia, Ill. allegedly retrieved a gun in a Chuck E. Cheese parking lot and fired several shots on Saturday. (Credit: KMOV) Jovan C. Chamberlain, 25, of Cahokia, Ill. allegedly retrieved a gun in a Chuck E. Cheese parking lot and fired several shots on Saturday. (Credit: KMOV)
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A child's birthday party ended with shots fired at a Chuck E. Cheese in Fairview Heights on Saturday.

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Missouri lawmakers return to Capitol for special session Video included

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Missouri lawmakers are returning to the Capitol to consider legislation that could make it easier to open a steel mill in the southeast part of the state. 

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Group volunteers to fix vandalized headstones at no cost Video included

A group has come forward to repair almost 150 gravestones that were toppled over by vandals in Pacific. (Credit: KMOV) A group has come forward to repair almost 150 gravestones that were toppled over by vandals in Pacific. (Credit: KMOV)
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A group has come forward to repair almost 150 gravestones that were toppled over by vandals in Pacific. The crime occurred in March. The Franklin County Cemetery Society plans to fix all of the damaged headstones at no cost to the city. The society has restored 90 cemeteries in the county over the past six years. The group expects to have all of the damaged headstones repaired within the next two weeks. Copyright 2017 KMOV (Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved

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Same-sex Parents w/children: "Southwest Airlines denied us family boarding"

A publicity photo of Southwest Airline's new aircraft livery. The airline unveiled its new design September 8, 2014. (Credit: Southwest) A publicity photo of Southwest Airline's new aircraft livery. The airline unveiled its new design September 8, 2014. (Credit: Southwest)
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Grant Morse and his spouse (together 26 years married for the past five years) are the legal and biological fathers of twin three-year-old boys and a daughter who is five.

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Catholics challenge St. Louis' 'abortion sanctuary' law

St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson speaks at a news conference Monday, May 22, 2017, announcing a federal lawsuit to stop a St. Louis ordinance that prohibits discrimination based on "reproductive health decisions." (AP Photo/Jim Salter) St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson speaks at a news conference Monday, May 22, 2017, announcing a federal lawsuit to stop a St. Louis ordinance that prohibits discrimination based on "reproductive health decisions." (AP Photo/Jim Salter)
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Some St. Louis Catholics are suing the city over an ordinance that protects women against workplace discrimination based on whether they've had an abortion, used contraceptives or are pregnant. 

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Teens charged in Kingston Frazier's death to appear in court Monday Video included

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19-year-old Byron McBride, 18-year-old DeAllen Washington and 18-year-old Dwan Diondro Wakefield have all been arrested in the slaying of the child.

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Endangered Black Rhinoceros gives birth to baby calf at Saint Louis Zoo Video included

A critically endangered black rhinoceros gave birth to a baby calf on Wednesday at the St. Louis Zoo. (Credit: Saint Louis Zoo) A critically endangered black rhinoceros gave birth to a baby calf on Wednesday at the St. Louis Zoo. (Credit: Saint Louis Zoo)
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A critically endangered black rhinoceros gave birth to a baby calf on Wednesday, but it will be a while before the calf makes its public debut.

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Suspect hospitalized in officer-involved shooting on South Broadway

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An officer-involved shooting has left one person in the hospital on Saturday.  

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Missouri lawmakers return to Capitol for special session Video included

Missouri House (Credit: KMOV) Missouri House (Credit: KMOV)

Missouri lawmakers return to the Capitol on Monday to consider legislation that could make it easier to open a steel mill in the southeast part of the state.

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Man whose body was found in Missouri lake likely drowned

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CAMDENTON, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri State Highway Patrol has identified a man whose body was found floating in the Lake of the Ozarks. 

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Victim identified in fatal accident in Wildwood

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One man is dead after a two vehicle accident occurred at the intersection of Highway 100 and St. Albans Road Sunday afternoon. 

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6 years after tornado, documentary tells of Joplin healing

Residents of Joplin, Mo, survey the damage after a tornado hit the city on Sunday, May 22, 2011. The tornado tore a path a mile wide and four miles long destroying homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Mike Gullett) Residents of Joplin, Mo, survey the damage after a tornado hit the city on Sunday, May 22, 2011. The tornado tore a path a mile wide and four miles long destroying homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Mike Gullett)

Six years after a tornado wreaked havoc on Joplin, a new documentary focuses on the healing power of nature.

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Chester Mental Health Center employees feel unsafe Video included

Derek Schnoeker said a patient a Chester Mental Health punched him (Credit: Derek Schnoeker) Derek Schnoeker said a patient a Chester Mental Health punched him (Credit: Derek Schnoeker)
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It's the state of Illinois' only maximum security mental health facility.

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University of Missouri's 6 columns to undergo repairs Video included

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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The University of Missouri plans to spend $550,000 this summer to repair its iconic columns on the Francis Quadrangle. 

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IDOT to change mowing routes protect monarch butterflies

Zebra longwing butterflies (Credit: AP Photo / Keith Srakocic) Zebra longwing butterflies (Credit: AP Photo / Keith Srakocic)

Officials say they're changing mowing routes along interstates to help protect dwindling populations of the monarch butterfly and other pollinators.

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St. Louis to turn Chuck Berry's one-time home into museum

St. Louis is planning to convert Chuck Berry's one-time home into a museum and to create a cultural district around it honoring the rock 'n' roll legend and other prominent African-Americans who have lived in... More>>

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