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Funding appears elusive for St. Louis police body cameras

Finding money to purchase body cameras that's estimated to cost up to $2 million for St. Louis' police force appears elusive as more than a dozen Board of Aldermen members oppose a proposal to use "ward capital money" to pay for the technology.

Goodyear retiring iconic blimps

The fabled Goodyear Blimp is retiring. But don’t fret. That cigar-shaped thing you’ve seen over sports events will still be there.

St. Louis leaders agree to minimum wage increase to $11/hour

The minimum wage in St. Louis would rise to $11 per hour by 2018 under a measure approved Friday.

After delay, 1st Kansas City streetcar to arrive in October

Kansas City officials say the supplier of streetcars for the city's new downtown line is promising a new delivery date.

2 Missouri men face charges in killing of Florida doctor

Two Missouri men have been arrested in connection to the slaying of southwest Florida doctor, and one of the men is a longtime friend of the victim's husband.

Purple Heart, Bronze Star recipient fights for Rams spot

Long after the rest of the St. Louis Rams have left the practice field, Daniel Rodriguez drips with sweat, running dozens of extra pass routes with backup quarterback Austin Davis.

Another enrollment record at Maryville University

Fall enrollment has reached a record level for the 11th straight year at Maryville University in suburban St. Louis.

Friday's MLB Capsules

Games played on Aug. 28, 2015

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Blake Swihart hit an inside-the-park home run in the 10th inning and the Boston Red Sox stopped the New York Mets' seven-game winning streak, holding on for a 6-4 victory Friday night.

Lab failed to provide state with fetal-tissue reports

A state inspection report says a suburban St. Louis pathology lab failed to provide the state with an unknown number of reports on fetal tissue from the St. Louis Planned Parenthood clinic.

Friday's WNBA Capsules

Games played on Aug. 28, 2015

WNBA ROUNDUP: Epiphanny Prince scored 22 points and the New York Liberty clinched their first playoff berth in three seasons with an 81-68 victory over the Minnesota Lynx on Friday night.

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