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Black woman rants against #BlackLivesMatter movement

An African American St. Louis resident put the whole #BlackLivesMatter movement on full blast recently. The woman’s rant was against, in her opinion, the extreme hypocrisy of rallying and rioting when white police officers kills unarmed blacks — but do little to nothing when young black lives are taken on the regular by a member of their own race. 30 more words

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Black woman rants against #BlackLivesMatter movement

An African American St. Louis resident put the whole #BlackLivesMatter movement on full blast recently. The woman’s rant was against, in her opinion, the extreme hypocrisy of rallying and rioting when white police officers kills unarmed blacks — but do little to nothing when young black lives are taken on the regular by a member of their own race. 30 more words

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Minnesota Will Soon Have A New City

TOWN OF RICE LAKE, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota will soon have a new city.

KBJR-TV reports an administrative law judge has granted the Town of Rice Lake’s petition for incorporation. 74 more words

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St. Louis County Receives $26.5 Million Federal Grant

CLAYTON, MO (KMOX)- Federal money to improve housing, entrepreneurship and transit is heading to St. Louis County. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro was in Clayton Wednesday, awarding $26.5 million. 216 more words

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Stenger Defends Charges Against Ferguson Protesters

CLAYTON, Mo. (KMOX) – The St. Louis County Executive is defending the filing of charges against some Ferguson protesters a year after their arrests.

Steve Stenger says the charges were filed based on the individual cases and based on the law. 173 more words

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Minnesota man facing charges for voting in 2012 – while he was on probation

A northern Minnesota man already in prison is now facing charges – and more time behind bars – for a crime that authorities say happened in a voting booth three years ago. 247 more words

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The Big Muddy provides a plentiful water source

Whether they know it or not, many Missourians can see the Missouri River right from their homes. They just have to turn on the faucet. 784 more words

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