Nicolas Telep, St. Louis Public Radio

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Kirksville, MO, United States

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Past articles by Nicolas:

River City Rascals Play Final Regular-Season Home Game As O’Fallon Seeks New Team

The River City Rascals are set to fold after 21 years in St. Charles County, but the city of O’Fallon isn’t giving up on baseball just yet. The Rascals are → Read More

Metro Transit Riders Experience Delays, Union Denies Work Stoppage

Riders who use Metro Transit experienced delays Monday morning. In a statement, Metro said "an unusually high number of MetroBus operators" were not on the → Read More

A New Tool Can Help Mississippi River Cities Plan For Future Floods

A new online data and mapping tool went live today, and its creators hope municipalities in flood-prone areas will use it to plan for and respond to → Read More

Square To Move Into St. Louis Post-Dispatch Building, Grow Local Workforce

Mobile payment technology company Square will move its 500 St. Louis employees from the Cortex Innovation Community to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch building → Read More

Private Partnership Has St. Louis Blight Removal In Its Sights

There are 7,000 vacant buildings and more 10,000 vacant lots in St. Louis. Many of the structures are beyond repair, so the demolition of 30 vacant → Read More

Teen Creates App To Track Ticks After Contracting Lyme Disease In Missouri

Olivia Goodreau is trying to help other people avoid what happened to her: Lyme disease. Goodreau partnered with thePLAN, a software company in central → Read More

As Metro Closes Bus Stops For Efficiency, Transit Advocacy Group Wants Riders To Stay On

Sunday marks the end of service for hundreds of MetroBus stops in Missouri, as the transit agency works to improve efficiency. Metro Transit is eliminating → Read More

Fair St. Louis Continues With Changes Because Of Flooding

Fair St. Louis, the annual Fourth of July celebration under the Gateway Arch, will open at noon on Thursday as planned, but flooding has forced some parts → Read More

Congressman Clay Wants Cities to Decide Their Own Gun Laws

U.S. Rep. Lacy Clay wants to end state laws that stop cities from regulating guns. The bill the University City Democrat introduced earlier this week would → Read More

Bar And Restaurant Owners On St. Charles' Main Street Want Changes To New Liquor Ordinance

Just months after a new liquor law put into place stricter rules for bars and restaurants on North Main Street in St. Charles, some owners want the law → Read More

Fair St. Louis Officials Still Planning For Riverfront Event, Flooding To Recede

Fair St. Louis organizers say they're confident the annual event will be able to be held at Gateway Arch National Park next month — even as a swollen → Read More

'Duck Boats' Have A History Of Fatal Accidents

The death toll from the capsized tourist "duck boat" in Branson, Missouri, has risen to 17, making it the deadliest accident involving a duck → Read More

Kansas Officials Weigh In On President Trump's Meeting With Vladimir Putin

The reaction to U.S. President Donald Trump's Helsinki summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin from both Republicans and Democrats has been largely, → Read More

Goodbye, Embossed Characters: Kansas Modifies Standard License Plates

Kansas is set to roll out a modified license plate Aug. 1. It's not the look of the plates that will be changing, so much as the process by which they → Read More

Kansas City In The Running To Host World Cup Soccer In 2026

Kansas City could see World Cup soccer action in 2026 now that FIFA has officially selected the "United Bid" of Canada, Mexico and the United → Read More