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President Biden has dropped out of the 2024 race, a stunning end to a 50-year-long political career that culminated in caving to pressure from fellow Democrats to end his bid for reelection, which never fully recovered from an abysmal debate … Continue reading

July 21, 2024 | Comments Off on Biden withdraws from race in presidential earthquake

ST. LOUIS — We have a few showers south of I-70 that should dissipate as they continue to move eastward. After these showers come to an end, today will be mostly dry, with mostly cloudy skies and comfortable temperatures in … Continue reading

July 21, 2024 | Comments Off on Mild weather and spotty showers expected in St. Louis region

ST. LOUIS — Homicide detectives were called to the scene of a shooting Saturday afternoon in the 800 block of Wall Street. A call came in around 2 p.m. about a man who was shot and killed. Police found the … Continue reading

July 20, 2024 | Comments Off on Man’s body found in street after Saturday afternoon shooting

ST. LOUIS — Firefighters are in the 8200 block of Hall Street for a three-alarm stone masonry warehouse fire. Dark smoke coming from the building located in the North Riverfront neighborhood of St. Louis can be seen from miles away. … Continue reading

July 20, 2024 | Comments Off on Smoke billows from massive St. Louis warehouse fire

ST. CHARLES, Mo. – Cleanup continues after Tuesday’s widespread flash flooding, though not everyone is able to get back to their homes. Floods washed away one bridge off of Valley Road in St. Charles County. The bridge connects Austin and … Continue reading

July 20, 2024 | Comments Off on Flash floods wash away bridge, displacing St. Charles County couple

LINCOLN COUNTY, Mo. – Brian Fredde died July 4, 2019, shot by his brother-in-law Russell Woods in Moscow Mills. The previous Sheriff’s office posted on Facebook that it was self-defense. Five months later, Lincoln County Prosecutor Mike Wood’s office charged … Continue reading

July 19, 2024 | Comments Off on Brother-in-law faces upgraded murder charge in reported self-defense shooting

ST. LOUIS — A restraining order has paused the St. Louis Guaranteed Basic Income Project. A lawsuit said that the program violates both the Missouri State Constitution and the St. Louis City Charter. “The City of St. Louis will follow … Continue reading

July 19, 2024 | Comments Off on Court pauses St. Louis Guaranteed Basic Income Project

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — A global technology outage grounded flights, knocked banks offline and media outlets off air on Friday after a faulty software update disrupted companies and services around the world and highlighted their dependence on just a handful of providers. … Continue reading

July 19, 2024 | Comments Off on Widespread disruptions were not the result of security incident or cyberattack: CrowdStrike