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St. Louis

Oct 2, 2013 — Residents of the St. Louis area don't all agree on which politicians to blame for the government shutdown, but they do agree that they're doing a lousy job and should have their pay suspended.
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Aug 28, 2013 — Missouri has had control of the city's police force since the civil war. Claiborne Jackson, Missouri's segregationist governor, didn't want the Unionist city controlling its own arsenal.
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Feb 15, 2013 — If you're not from St. Louis, you've probably never heard of Provel. It's a processed blend of cheeses extolled in the area for its buttery texture and smoky, tangy flavor. Now Provel has made its way into the unlikeliest of places: the hipster foodie mecca of Brooklyn.
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Apr 6, 2012 — Already home to the World Chess Hall of Fame and the national chess championships, the city has now attracted an entire collegiate championship team.
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Jan 27, 2012 — Organizers say it's the first major parade for the men and women who fought in Iraq. They're hoping thousands turn out, just as people there did for the World Series champions last fall.
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Apr 25, 2011 — When a tornado struck Lambert-St. Louis International Airport Friday night, a security camera caught some amazing footage as things went flying. No one was killed by the storm that also destroyed about 100 homes.
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Sep 10, 2010 — The Political Junkie visits St. Louis, and member station KWMU, next Tuesday and Wednesday for a stimulating (?) conversation about politics.
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Oct 7, 2008 — Talk of the Nation's been scattered to the four corners of the U.S. lately (OK, not exactly, but it feels like it with trips to Tempe, St. Louis, Columbus and Athens, and Blacksburg, VA), and right now most of our crew's in Ohio. Tonight Nea
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Oct 23, 2013 — Who knew that classical musicians could talk trash? Check out how the orchestras from the two cities in this year's World Series have had some fun getting into each other's faces.
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