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Tour the Post-Dispatch building's printing presses
Before the printing presses are dismantled, here's a look at how the paper was printed here for decades.
Oct 16 8:04PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Violent crime down overall in St. Louis, but homicides holding steady, as public safety director calls for tougher gun laws
Raising the minimum sentence for armed criminal action from at least three years up to 15-25 years would deter gun violence, argues Jimmie Edwards.
Oct 16 8:00PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Messenger: Poor defendants in Dent, Caldwell counties join not-so-exclusive $10,000 club
Judges in many rural counties in Missouri put defendants in jail if they can't afford to pay "rent" for their time behind bars.
Oct 16 6:00PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

VanOstran outpaces Wagner in summer fundraising, but Wagner maintains huge cash-on-hand advantage
Missouri's 2nd District fight shaping up as most competitive congressional race in state this year
Oct 16 5:45PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Now more than 125 children in U.S. stricken by rare paralysis, CDC says
Ten children in Illinois and at least one in Missouri have been diagnosed this year with acute flaccid myelitis, a polio-like condition that causes muscle weakness and paralysis.
Oct 16 4:56PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Oct. 16, 1985: After Ozzie made us 'go crazy,' Jack Clark sent us to the World Series
Here's a look at our original coverage from that memorable day in L.A.
Oct 16 12:45PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

16 iconic photos that were taken on Oct. 16
Each day we offer a curated collection of some of the best AP images that were captured from that date.
Oct 16 12:35PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Sears' 'radical' past: How mail-order catalogs subverted the racial hierarchy of Jim Crow
For the first time, they were able to make purchases by mail or over the phone and avoid the blatant racism that they faced at small country stores.
Oct 16 12:30PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Latest 'living while black' viral moment is video of St. Louis man blocked from entering his own home
A white woman called police after a confrontation with a black man trying to enter his own condo building.
Oct 16 12:40AM St Louis DIspatch Local News

After moderate flooding north of St. Louis, Mississippi River waters begin to recede
In the hardest-hit communities, floodwater crested over the weekend at almost nine feet above flood stage.
Oct 15 9:40PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Surveillance video leads to murder charge against Hazelwood man
Cedric Boyd was charged in the Oct. 2, 2018, shooting death of Antonio Neely.
Oct 15 9:30PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Wow, that was quick: Wow Air to end flights from Lambert in January
Icelandic media report says task force formed to create emergency plan should Wow Air and Icelandair go bankrupt
Oct 15 8:30PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

St. Louis family gets second chance on 'Family Feud
Turned down in 2016, Kelly clan appears Oct. 23 on game show
Oct 15 8:15PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

St. Louis rooted in lower ranks for vegan-friendly cities
At No. 66 in U.S.
Oct 15 7:45PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Former Webster Groves sports doctor admits to more charges of sexually abusing patients
Dr. Howard Orson Setzer of Webster Groves earlier had pleaded guilty to charges in St. Charles County.
Oct 15 7:45PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

St. Louis County settles lawsuit over inmate's suicide in 2015
Michael Kibbons hanged himself at the St. Louis County Jail in June 2015.
Oct 15 7:45PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Wasn't it 80 degrees a week ago? Frost advisory issued for St. Louis metro area
Outdoor plants could be at risk, according to the National Weather Service.
Oct 15 7:30PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Taco Bell robber's run for the border goes south after customer won't hand over wallet, St. Louis police say
The customer refused to give the robber his wallet, and instead took the robber's gun.
Oct 15 7:00PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

Man shot to death in Walnut Park East neighborhood is identified
James Ross, 53, of the 4900 block of Plover Avenue, was found shot to death at about 12:30 a.m. Sunday in front of a home in that block, police say.
Oct 15 4:45PM St Louis DIspatch Local News

East St. Louis native Jackie Joyner-Kersee to speak at Rockhurst University luncheon in November
Greatest female athlete' will talk at college's leadership series
Oct 15 4:45PM St Louis DIspatch Local News