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Amidst Funding Issues, Loop Trolley To Resume Testing

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Amidst published reports that the Loop Trolley Company needs another half-million dollars before the end of the year to cover start-up costs and operating deficits, the project is about to transition into another phase. 132 more words

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Guerrilla Street Food Announce New Delmar Location

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – What started as a food truck six years ago has now expanded to a food truck, two brick and mortar restaurants and a presence in popular bars. 111 more words

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Trolley # 002 on display again

As part of the greenway opening celebration, one of the Loop Trolleys was on show, parked at the Kingsbury stop on DeBaliviere. Naturally, I went along to see it, and I also found out that the delayed 3rd trolley is due later this month. 112 more words

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VIOLENCE AND DESTRUCTION CONTINUES: ARLIN REPORT THOUGHT OF THE DAY

It wasn’t enough for rioters to show their ignorant bones in the Central West End on Friday night.   Saturday evening/ and late night following a three hour peaceful march/demonstration in the Delmar Loop (University City/and edge of St. 162 more words

UPDATED: Clean Up In U. City Following Sat. Night Protests

UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. (KMOX) – They were sweeping up broken glass all along Delmar Avenue in University City Sunday morning.

Around two dozen businesses had their windows shattered late Saturday as a peaceful demonstration gave way to a more violent protest. 437 more words

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PHOTOS! ST. LOUIS: 2ND NIGHT VIOLENT PROTEST IN DELMAR LOOP, BROKEN WINDOWS, OBJECTS THROWN AT COPS ( VIDEO )

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Protests turned violent for the second night on Saturday after the acquittal of a white former St. Louis police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man, as a small group of demonstrators refused to disperse, breaking windows and throwing objects at police, who moved in with armored vehicles and in riot gear. 302 more words

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Protest Organizers End Saturday Night Protests, Will Return Sunday

ST. LOUIS (AP) – After three hours of marching and chanting in and near a popular entertainment district in the St. Louis suburb of University City, protesters disbanded around 9:30 p.m., with plans to gather and demonstrate again Sunday afternoon in St. 1,009 more words

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