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Farrah Fazal


Saint Louis, MO, United States

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Past articles by Farrah:

Missouri lawmakers want answers on refugee funding

Missouri Republican lawmakers had a hearing at the state capitol on Monday to demand some answers. → Read More

Thousands in St. Charles Co. could struggle this Thanksgiving

There are people who can't afford to have Thanksgiving dinner. But you might not expect to find some of those people when you go west on highway 40 and interstate 70. → Read More

Judge orders release of death certificates from Homer G

The judge ordered the city to turn over all medical records from the old City Hospital by Jan. 31. → Read More

Violent robbers are hitting three major South City areas

Violent robbers are hitting three major South City areas → Read More

FBI raids kids hangout in South St. Louis

The FBI and St. Louis city police detectives went back to raid an old church for the second time in a less than a month. → Read More

Man attacked in South STL looking for good Samaritan who called police

A St. Louis family is searching for a good Samaritan who called police. → Read More

27 plead guilty in Illinois drug bust

Pushers and peddlers broke the peace and created chaos in this small city of 12,000 people. → Read More

7th STL church attacked by arsonist

It's the seventh case of church arson in the St. Louis area since October 8. → Read More

Pastors, rappers unite against church arson

Pastors and the advocates at Better Family Life are recruiting their neighbors and telling them to help law enforcement find the arsonist who has torched six North County churches since Oct. 8. → Read More

Sixth church fire in North St. Louis

St. Louis City Police, St. Louis City Fire, and ATF arson investigators believe the fire setter who's torching churches in North St. Louis is sending a message when the person sets the door of the church on → Read More

Lawmakers want hearing on West Lake Landfill

Hundreds of parents who live around two landfills in North County said they want the federal government to protect them. → Read More

Schools make nuclear emergency plans

School superintendents sent parents a letter telling them they had a plan to take care of their children if toxic fumes from the Bridgeton and Westlake landfills start rising. → Read More

Local nuns teaching, saving sex trafficking victims

St. Louis has become a hub for human trafficking. One person familiar with the problems says it's become as easy for someone to buy a woman as ordering fast food. The question now is, how do we combat this → Read More

Survey shows 11% of college students report non-consensual sexual contact

More than 11 percent of students reported sexual assault while on campus. → Read More

Real estate agent: Mehlville school district hurting market

She said the neighboring areas grew 10 percent this past year while Mehlville only grew one percent. → Read More

STL County homicide rate double last year's

The number of murders St. Louis County police are responding to doubled from last year. → Read More

New playground planned to honor Jamyla Bolden

A new playground will soon rise from the rocks in purple,and lime green and its pink and it becomes all the colors of a little girls dream," said Meyers. They are the favorite colors of Jamyla Bolden. She was → Read More

Accused sex traffickers make court appearance

EAST ST. LOUIS - Two accused sex traffickers, Marcus and Robin Thompson, of Park Hills, Missouri, went to federal court in East St. Louis to face charges of sex trafficking Friday. The Thompson's waived their → Read More

Victim of trafficking, 15, said girl died in her arms

Federal agents are in a race against time to find child victims of sex trafficking in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area, Southern Illinois and across the country. → Read More

75,000 square foot medical marijuana facility opening in Illinois

Revolution Industries CEO Tim McGraw called it the most sophisticated, technologically advanced facility in the world. → Read More