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Hancock & Kelley: A chat with the St. Charles County Executive, Nixon veto, Presidential politics

ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-Political consultants John Hancock, a Republican, and Michael Kelley, a Democrat, present opposing viewpoints on current issues every Sunday morning on FOX 2 at 8:30am. 141 more words

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Stenger offers alternative to other Metrolink proposals

ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – There were fireworks Thursday in the battle over Metrolink expansion as St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger announced the studies of three proposed routes, but the route favored by regional leaders is not among them. 465 more words

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Stenger offers alternative to other Metrolink proposals

ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – There were fireworks Thursday in the battle over Metrolink expansion as St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger announced the studies of three proposed routes, but the route favored by regional leaders is not among them. 466 more words

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St. Louisans Answer Call To Help Monarch Butterflies Survive

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) –  Not long ago local officials put out a call to help the plummeting Monarch butterfly population, and St. Louis-area residents have responded in droves. 538 more words

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Slay-Stenger Relationship Cools Over MetroLink

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A miffed St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay found himself sharing the stage with St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger in the midst of a public snit over the future of MetroLink. 383 more words

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Slay promises 'zero tolerance' for minor infractions in downtown

ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay says immediate steps are being taken to make downtown safer after a very violent week.

At the site where a young mother lost her life in a carjacking Sunday night, there are flowers on the ground and police on the sidewalk, walking the beat in greater numbers on orders of the mayor, who finds Brandi Smith’s murder particularly vexing. 307 more words

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Slay promises 'zero tolerance' for minor infractions in downtown

ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay says immediate steps are being taken to make downtown safer after a very violent week.

At the site where a young mother lost her life in a carjacking Sunday night, there are flowers on the ground and police on the sidewalk, walking the beat in greater numbers on orders of the mayor, who finds Brandi Smith’s murder particularly vexing. 310 more words

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