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St. Louis, MO, United States

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Past articles by Rachel:

Illinois construction company founder dies after going underwater in Kentucky lake

Charles "Chuck" Poettker is a U.S. Army veteran and founded Poettker Construction. → Read More

Illinois construction company founder dies after going underwater in Kentucky lake

Charles "Chuck" Poettker is a U.S. Army veteran and founded Poettker Construction. → Read More

Fontbonne University violated federal rules in its response to assault, complaint says

A complaint was filed this week with the U.S. Department of Education following a sexual assault that was reported in February at the Clayton school. → Read More

Man charged in Jennings murder of mother, 6-year-old daughter

The victims, identified on Sunday as Bernadetta Cooper, 40, and Doryan Bryant, 6, were shot and killed in their home in Jennings. → Read More

Democratic party leader dies of COVID-19 as Missouri cases top 900

State health officials reported 65 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday afternoon, for a total of 903. → Read More

Loop Trolley breaks down during last ride ever

The Loop Trolley has struggled with problems both mechanical and financial during its 13-month run. → Read More

Crime reduction program to hit St. Louis streets by spring

But the city won’t run the program itself, and neither will Cure Violence. Instead, leaders are looking to contract with local agencies: Washington University's Institute of Public Health is being → Read More

Look at violence 'like a disease' — program to cut crime being weighed by St. Louis

ST. LOUIS — The city of St. Louis is considering a new effort to combat violent crime modeled after Cure Violence, a program that began in Chicago and aims to → Read More

WEATHER: A chance of showers for Austin area, storms move east

Update 12:30 p.m. → Read More

TRAFFIC UPDATE: Man killed, children injured in Texas 71 crash west of Bee Cave

A man was killed and a woman and two children were injured after a crash on Texas 71 at Pedernales Summit Parkway, Austin-Travis County EMS officials said. → Read More

JUST IN: Austin developer of Backyard in Bee Cave charged with indecency with a child

Chris Milam told the American-Statesman on Tuesday that the charges are false and a result of a domestic dispute. → Read More

POLICE: Shots fired at Pflugerville apartment on Friday

Pflugerville police are seeking any information about shots that rang out at Sage Apartments off of... → Read More

Man hit by car in South Austin Saturday died at hospital

A man who was hit by a car at the intersection of Slaughter Lane and Southpark Meadows Drive in South Austin on Saturday night has died, police officials confirmed. The incident took place before 9 p.m. Saturday, officials said. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. → Read More

Woman hit by train in East Austin late Saturday

A woman in her 30s was hit by a train at the intersection of Comal Street and East Fifth Street on Saturday night, according to Austin/Travis County Emergency Medical Services. First responders got the call at 10:37 p.m., and upon arriving on scene declared a trauma alert for the woman. She was taken to Dell Seton Medical Center with serious, potentially life-threatening injuries. → Read More

FORECAST: A chance of rain on a cloudy Sunday

The mist that settled on the Austin area this morning is expected to lift, but Austin-area skies are... → Read More

BREAKING: Councilwoman Jean Hennagin makes run for mayor of Lakeway

Councilwoman Jean Hennagin, who first joined the council in May 2016, has thrown her name in the hat... → Read More

Eanes warns businesses about spending money with marketing company

The Eanes school district is warning local business owners to watch out for a misleading marketing p... → Read More

Williamson County homes evacuated due to fast-moving fire

Williamson County deputies are evacuating residents along County Road 220 near Florence due to a quickly advancing fire, according to tweets sent by Williamson County sheriff’s officials just before 3 p.m. Sunday. Firefighters are working to protect homes in the area while deputies check residences. This is an ongoing story; check back for updates. → Read More

Person stabbed in confrontation involving UT student

University of Texas police officials confirmed that one person was stabbed during a fight between a... → Read More

Winter weather advisory in effect for Hill Country

The Hill Country counties of Burnet, Blanco, Gillespie, Kerr and Llano are all under a winter weathe... → Read More