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St. Louis: Independent city in Missouri, United States
St. Louis is a major independent city and inland port in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is situated along the western bank of the Mississippi River, which marks Missouri's border with Illinois. The Missouri River merges with the Mississippi River just north of the city, forming the fourth-longest river system in the world. The city had an estimated 2018 population of 302,838 and is the cultural and economic center of the St. Louis metropolitan area, which is the largest metropolitan area in Missouri, and the 20th-largest in the United States.


Cubs manager Joe Maddon dismisses complaints of final weekend lineups: 'I don't give a (expletive)'

Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon said he won't play many of his regulars this weekend in St. Louis, which may dash the Brewers' division hopes.
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Lil Wayne cancels tour appearance with Blink-182, says he was kicked out of St. Louis hotel

Lil Wayne skipped an appearance on his joint tour with Blink-182 on Saturday night after claiming he was kicked out of a St. Louis hotel that morning.
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Videos for St. Louis

Flames, black smoke engulf derailed train in Illinois [Video]Flames, black smoke engulf derailed train in Illinois

A train was on fire in DuPo, Illinois Tuesday, after it derailed just across the Mississippi River from St. Louis, Missouri. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)

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Judge blocks Missouri's restrictive abortion law [Video]Judge blocks Missouri's restrictive abortion law

A federal judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked Missouri from enforcing a law banning abortion after eight weeks except in cases of medical emergency. Jillian Kitchener has more.

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Schools, homes evacuated after train derailment

Thick, black smoke can be seen for miles and evacuations have been ordered after a train derailed in an Illinois suburb of St. Louis. (Sept. 10)  
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St. Louis shaken after deaths of 12 children since April

Families in St. Louis have been devastated by a wave of child killings. At least a dozen kids have been killed in the city since this past spring. Dean Reynolds reports.
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At least 12 kids lost to gun violence in St. Louis since April

"I can't be here knowing this is the city that my 8-year-old daughter was murdered"
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St. Louis officials offered $100K reward for unsolved child murders. Then two more kids were shot

Officials in St. Louis offered a $100,000 reward for information in a recent string of child murders. Then two more kids were killed.
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Reward offered in St. Louis child shooting deaths

At a news conference Saturday, Mayor Lyda Krewson offered a $25,000 reward for each of four unsolved cases
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Photos reflect changes in Ferguson, from 2014 to now

The fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in 2014 was followed by months of violent protests in Ferguson, Missouri, the St. Louis suburb.  
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St. Louis sergeant says there are white supremacists on police force

A growing number of police departments in America's largest cities told CBS News that they've added implicit bias training. Nevertheless, hundreds of officers in multiple states have been exposed for..
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Missouri judge allows abortions to continue, for now

St. Louis Circuit Judge Michael Stelzer extended a preliminary injunction he previously issued
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American tourist held captive in Syria freed

An American tourist who was held captive in war-ravaged Syria for two-months is finally free. Sam Goodwin, of St. Louis, was released, following secret negotiations involving a member of the Lebanese..
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Syria releases American man held captive

A man from St. Louis is with his parents after being held inside war-torn Syria by the Assad regime. Sam Goodwin's family reunion came after top-secret international negotiations involving Lebanon's..
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Bayer could benefit from home advantage in St. Louis Roundup cancer trial: experts

Bayer AG , facing an upcoming trial in St. Louis over allegations that its Roundup weed killer causes cancer, has recruited Missouri-based expert witnesses to make its case in a place where it has..
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Two Southwest planes collide on tarmac in Nashville while leaving the gate

A pair of Southwest flights heading to St. Louis and Atlanta collided Saturday on the tarmac in Nashville. Travelers were transferred to new planes.
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Baby born on 7-Eleven Day at 7:11 p.m., weighs 7 lbs., 11 oz., gets 7-Eleven college fund

It's stranger than fiction: A baby girl in St. Louis was born on 7-Eleven Day at 7:11 p.m., weighing 7 pounds and 11 ounces.  
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Extreme heat warnings posted across central U.S.

Extreme heat warnings are posted across the central U.S. Temperatures in some places feel well over 100 degrees. Errol Barnett reports from St. Louis, where officials are warning people to stay safe.
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Abortions can continue at St. Louis Planned Parenthood

Missouri’s last remaining abortion clinic, Planned Parenthood of St. Louis, will be allowed to continue providing abortions after a state administrative commissioner gave the clinic a motion to stay..
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AP Top Stories June 24 A

Here's the latest for Monday June 24th: Pompeo looks to build support against Iran; Angry South Bend residents confront Buttigieg; Police officer killed near St. Louis; Flying Wallendas walk high over..
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Pujols concludes STL return with 2 hits, Molina jersey swap

Angels slugger Albert Pujols had two hits and exchanged jerseys with former teammate Yadier Molina to conclude an emotional return to St. Louis, and Los Angeles beat the Cardinals 6-4
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LEADING OFF: Pujols wrapup in St Louis, Astros-Yanks streak

LEADING OFF: Pujols wraps up St Louis visit, Astros and Yankees streaking in opposite directions
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Pujols homers in return to St. Louis; Cards beat Angels 4-2

Baseball Capsules
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As Albert Pujols shines in St. Louis return, you can't help but wonder: What if he never left?

"We learned it's sure hard to replace a man like that," Adam Wainwright said, pondering what might have been if Albert Pujols had stayed in St. Louis.
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Pujols saluted after HR for Angels vs hometown Cards in loss

Albert Pujols took a curtain call for his adoring fans at Busch Stadium after homering against the Cardinals, but Marcell Ozuna connected to lead Dakota Hudson and St. Louis over the Los Angeles Angels..
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Pujols cheered in return, but Angels fall to Cardinals 5-1

Albert Pujols drew huge cheers in his long-awaited return to St Louis, but Marcell Ozuna spoiled the homecoming with a home run that helped the Cardinals beat the Los Angeles Angels 5-1
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Missouri rejects Planned Parenthood's license to perform abortions

Missouri's state health department refused to renew the license for Planned Parenthood's clinic in St. Louis, while a judge considers whether to extend and injunction. The decision comes after the..
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Armada of barges cleared for Mississippi River shipments after floods

The upper Mississippi River reopened to barge traffic on Friday as vessels were cleared to ship through St. Louis harbor, the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) said, and the situation quickly became a logistics..
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LEADING OFF: Pujols in St Louis, Judge back, Keuchel debut

LEADING OFF: Albert Pujols back in St. Louis, Aaron Judge returns to Yankees lineup, Dallas Keuchel makes season debut for Braves, Rays get go-ahead to explore playing games in Montreal
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The perfect player: Albert Pujols' return to St. Louis a time for celebration

Albert Pujols, who led the Cardinals to two World Series titles, returns to St. Louis for the first time since signing a $240 million deal in 2011.
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72 Philadelphia Officers Benched After Offensive Social Media Posts

Officers accused of making racist, dehumanizing or otherwise biased posts were placed on administrative duty in Philadelphia and barred from presenting cases to prosecutors in St. Louis.
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Planned Parenthood won't comply with Missouri exam rule

Missouri's last remaining abortion clinic, Planned Parenthood of St. Louis, says it will not comply with a new state requirement to conduct a second pelvic exam before an abortion. CBS News reporter..
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Missouri man accused of threatening to 'kill every gay person' at pride parade has been charged

A suburban St. Louis man accused of telling Pride parade organizers that he would shoot and kill gays has been charged with making a terrorist threat.
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Planned Parenthood of St. Louis to defy state regulation – could lose license

The abortion clinic said on Wednesday that it would no longer comply with state law that it conducts two pelvic exams on women seeking abortions
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22 St. Louis cops added to "exclusion list" over racist Facebook posts

Cops in St. Louis were accused by a national watchdog group of making racist and anti-Muslim social media comments
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Fans shrug off rain to honor Stanley Cup champion Blues

Large crowds are gathering in downtown St. Louis despite heavy rain, awaiting a parade and rally to honor the Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues
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Blues bring first Stanley Cup home to St. Louis

As St. Louis Blues players arrived back in the team's hometown, each player, one-by-one, held the Stanley Cup trophy over their head and let out a cheer. (June 13)  
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St. Louis fans celebrate first ever Stanley Cup

Fans at a watch party at the Enterprise Center in downtown St. Louis celebrated Wednesday night after the NHL St. Louis Blues defeated the Boston Bruins 4-1 in Boston to win the first Stanley Cup in..
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Missouri judge grants another order to keep Planned Parenthood of St. Louis open

Judge Michael Stelzer grants Planned Parenthood a preliminary injunction as the state seeks to shut down its abortion services.
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Missouri's only abortion clinic to stay open after injunction issued

The only abortion clinic in Missouri can stay open after a St. Louis judge issued a preliminary injunction on Monday saying the state must make an "official" decision on the facility's license before..
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Hendricks masters Cardinals again in Cubs' 5-1 win

Kyle Hendricks tossed one-run ball over seven innings to continue his dominance over St. Louis, lifting the Chicago Cubs to a 5-1 win over the Cardinals
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Special team: Blues penalty kill has them on verge of Cup

Special team: Blues' power play still stagnant but revamped penalty kill against Bruins has St. Louis on verge of winning Stanley Cup
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Woman records fight with husband before her fatal fall from parking garage

27-year-old prison guard Allissa Martin recorded the fight with her husband of two weeks, 30-year-old Bradley Jenkins, shortly before she was found dead beneath a St. Louis parking garage. Police have..
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Missouri judge rules for Planned Parenthood as legal case continues

A judge in St. Louis ruled that doctors who worked at the state's only abortion clinic do not have to submit to questioning by state investigators. CBS News' Chris Martinez has the latest on the fight..
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Fate of Missouri's only abortion clinic at stake as St. Louis judge holds hearing

The fate of Missouri's only abortion clinic will be at stake on Tuesday when a St. Louis judge hears arguments in Planned Parenthood's lawsuit aimed at forcing state health officials to renew the..
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Blue no more: Patrick Maroon's perfect St. Louis homecoming

Blue no more: Patrick Maroon's perfect homecoming to St. Louis to be with his son and Blues' journey to Stanley Cup Final
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St. Louis hosts first Stanley Cup Final game in 49 years: 'City has gone crazy'

For the first time since 1970, a Stanley Cup Final game will be played in St. Louis – and the city is more than ready for it.
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Judge temporarily blocks efforts to close last abortion clinic in Missouri

A judge in St. Louis temporarily blocked efforts to shut down Missouri's last abortion clinic. Missouri is one of six states that have recently outlawed abortions after six to eight weeks of pregnancy...
CBS News - Published

Court fight over Missouri abortion clinic far from over after ruling

A Missouri judge has issued a stay, allowing the state's only abortion clinic to continue providing the procedure. St. Louis Circuit Judge Michael Stelzer ruled in Planned Parenthood's favor after..
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Missouri abortion clinic to continue operating after judge rules in its favor

A Missouri judge has issued a stay, allowing the state's only abortion clinic to continue providing the procedure. St. Louis Circuit Judge Michael Stelzer ruled in Planned Parenthood's favor after..
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