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Best of May 2019 pictures from Post-Dispatch photographers
Post-Dispatch photographers capture tens of thousands of images every year. See their best work from May 2019 here.
1 hr ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

June 18, 1927: Lucky Lindy returns to St. Louis; see how we covered it
Charles Lindbergh, then 25, returned in his Spirit of St. Louis on June 18, 1927, almost a month after his nonstop flight from New York to Paris, a feat that riveted the world.
4 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

Head of pilots' union faults Boeing cost-cutting for 737 Max crashes
Captain Daniel Carey: 'Improvements in aviation are often written in the blood of the unfortunate victims of airplane accidents.'
4 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

Air Force landlord falsified records to boost income, records show
In corporate-run housing, military families lived with a range of hazards raw sewage backups, vermin infestations and exposure to asbestos.
4 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

Florissant becomes third city to cut ties with waste hauler over residents' complaints
The city said a long list of citizen complaints sparked the move; Crestwood and Wildwood also have ended their contracts with Meridian Waste.
4 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

Current and former St. Louis police officers charged in unrelated drunken driving crash, assault
Joseph Ermler was charged with leaving the scene of a crash. Patrick Welch was charged with slapping a man.
5 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

18 iconic photos that were taken on June 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 taken from that date. Not all of
10 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

Aerial photos of St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup victory parade
Aerial photos shot from a helicopter above the St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup victory parade down Market Street and celebration under the Arch in St. Louis on Saturday, June 15, 2019.
11 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

Messenger: Shot by a white colleague, black St. Louis officer speaks out about department divided by race
Officer Milton Green opens up about the shooting that led to his federal civil rights lawsuit.
14 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

Former FBI agent who investigated Greitens indicted in St. Louis as part of perjury investigation
William Don Tisaby has been accused of lying during a deposition in the weeks before former Gov. Eric Greitens' criminal trial.
16 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

St. Louis police officer sues city after being shot by colleague
A St. Louis police officer who was shot while off duty by a fellow cop in 2017 filed a federal lawsuit Monday, alleging abuse by his own department and offering new details into the controversial shooting.
17 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

Officer, former officer charged in unrelated drunken driving crash, assault
Joseph Ermler was charged with leaving the scene of a crash. Patrick Welch was charged with slapping a man.
18 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

Portion of Illinois 157 in Centreville to close temporarily on Wednesday
Weather-permitting, work will begin at 8 a.m. and end at 4 p.
19 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

Friend of Michael Brown loses round as court rules his lawsuit should be tossed
The full 8th U.S. Court of Appeals reviewed a 2017, 2-1 decision that said Dorian Johnson's lawsuit should proceed.
20 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

2 of 5 Missourians hurt as boat explodes still hospitalized
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Two of five people from Kansas City remain hospitalized after their boat exploded on the Lake of the Ozarks.
22 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

Little free pantries are like little free libraries, but with food
The idea for the Little Free Pantry is simple: Anyone can build one, anyone can add food and anyone can take food.
22 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

Federal grants 'a lifesaver' in opioid fight, but states still struggle to curb meth
In his 40 years of working with people struggling with addiction, David Crowe has seen various drugs fade in and out of popularity in Pennsylvania's Crawford County.
22 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

KTVI hires new meteorologist from Columbia, Mo.
Nebraska native Brigit Mahoney graduated from Mizzou
23 hrs ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

16 iconic photos that were taken on June 16
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 taken from that date. Not all of
2 days ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site

After a decade leading St. Louis Catholics, Archbishop Robert Carlson prepares to step down
His successor will inherit a packed seminary and one of the largest Catholic communities in the country, but one that's also shrinking and anxiously awaiting a list of priests with sustained allegations of sex abuse.
2 days ago | St Louis DIspatch Local News site