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St. Louis police officer accused of misdemeanor civil rights violation appears in court
St. Louis police officer has been charged with misdemeanor.
Feb 19 9:00PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Family squabble spikes $500k settlement in case of man killed by former St. Louis officer Jason Stockley
A dispute between relatives of Anthony Lamar Smith, shot by a police officer in 2011, has spiked a $500,000 settlement of claims that evidence had been hidden from them.
Feb 19 6:30PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Video: NBC Sports analyst nearly gets hit in face with hockey puck
NBC Sports analyst nearly gets hit in face with hockey puck
Feb 19 3:15PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Jefferson County sheriff disciplines deputy who smeared mud on homeowner's surveillance camera
The department has apologized, but the homeowner was still angry.
Feb 19 2:45PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Ask the Road Crew about snow removal on roads, congestion and more
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Feb 19 2:27PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

The Gateway Arch: Take a look at some amazing photos showing how it was built
On February 19, 1948, at a formal dinner in St. Louis, Eero Saarinen was chosen to design the proposed riverfront monument that would become the Gateway Arch. No one had built anything like the Arch before.
Feb 19 1:45PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Dachau, Iwo Jima and more: 19 iconic images that were taken on Feb. 19
Each day we offer a curated collection of some of the best AP images that were captured from that date.
Feb 19 1:27PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Woman chronicles Southern Illinois' black Civil War soldiers
MOUND CITY, Ill. For 50 years, Corene McDaniel has walked through the rows of graves at Mound City National Cemetery to visit her father, who lies in rest there alongside thousands of other veterans.
Feb 19 12:00PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Forecast for St. Louis snow Tuesday 'seems like a broken record
Snow is expected to fall in earnest about 5 or 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Feb 19 12:00PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Missouri prisons and jails are one step closer to becoming no-drone zones
So far, no contraband discoveries have been directly tied to these sightings, but the incidents have created a disruption in operations.
Feb 18 11:15PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

St. Louis region sets ambitious goal: End homelessness for veterans by Veterans Day
No veteran should come home and be homeless, said Yusef Scoggin, director of the St. Louis County Department of Human Services.
Feb 18 11:00PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Tuesday snowfall could hit at evening rush hour across St. Louis metro
Snow is expected to fall in earnest about 5 or 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Feb 18 10:30PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

iParty: See who attended the Vices and Virtues Mardi Gras Ball
The Vices and Virtues Mardi Gras ball was held Saturday, Feb. 16, 2019, at the Casa Loma Ballroom. The ball is part of the celebration of Soulard Mardi Gras.
Feb 18 10:00PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Man found dead amid drug paraphernalia in restroom at St. Louis Children's Hospital
His death was classified a "suspicious sudden death" until a cause is determined.
Feb 18 9:46PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

The Voice' singer Kennedy Holmes will perform at Urban League dinner
League's 101st annual bash will laud Arnold David, Penny Pennington
Feb 18 9:02PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

STL teen named top junior handler at Westminster dog show
Parkway South senior bests 101 competitor in New York City
Feb 18 9:00PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Mizzou student has active tuberculosis, school officials say
Tuberculosis is caused by bacteria that can spread through the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes.
Feb 18 8:16PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Man followed estranged wife around, then injured Bel-Ridge officer when she sought help, police say
The officer suffered minor injuries Sunday.
Feb 18 7:30PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

St. Louis Rams seat license holders can file for refunds
Fans who held personal seat licenses at the downtown dome, giving them the right to buy season tickets there before the team left for Los Angeles three years ago, should start filing for refunds today, attorneys said.
Feb 18 7:15PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

The Beatles meet Ali: 18 iconic photos that were taken on Feb. 18
The Associated Press has won 31 Pulitzer prizes for photography, since the award was established in 1917. Each day we offer a curated collection of some of the best AP images that were captured from that date. Check out the
Feb 18 1:58PM St Louis DIspatch Local News