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The Akin campaign is rallying supporters by highlighting actor Jamie Foxx's weekend comments about President Obama.
Leaders of a grassroots effort say a project to combat erosion will have a devastating effect on a Des Peres neighborhood.
Contrary to a sign on the property, a Dirt Cheap is not coming to 915 North Kirkwood Rd., at least not until the Kirkwood City Council votes on a proposed U-Gas station.
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Zephrex-D, a new decongestant touted to fight meth labs, is now available at Walgreens. It's coming to two more major St. Louis area pharmacies in coming weeks.
Our roundup of some of the Missouri political stories that hit the media this week.
The Missouri Department of Transportation reports on the St. Louis regional work zones for November 22-28.
The Kirkwood City Council has expressed its support of a ordinance that will protect residents from discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.
Patch is teaming up with the Missouri Department of Transportation's contest for the best student-produced commercial promoting seat belt use. All entries must be received by Dec. 1.
You might have to now that 100-watt bulbs can't be manufactured anymore.
Our weekly roundup of Missouri political stories that hit the media this week.
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