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Food Truck Garden coming to St. Louis this Spring

ST. LOUIS (KNOU) - St. Louis is getting its first Food Truck Garden this upcoming spring. We're excited to announce that Missouri's first food truck garden is coming to St. Louis in Spring 2020! Expect the best local food trucks, weekly live music and outdoor movies, and more. All at 9375 Gravois...
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Trump’s tweet mistake accidentally created Mama’s #RuPublican party

ST. LOUIS (KNOU) - President Trump has accidentally started a new trend to go viral after tweeting a spelling error. .....the call with the Ukrainian President was a totally appropriate one. As he said, “No Pressure.” This Impeachment nonsense is just a continuation of the Witch Hunt Hoax, which...
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Kelly Clarkson announces Vegas residency starting in April

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Singer Kelly Clarkson is the latest entertainer to announce a residency in Las Vegas. Viva Las Vegas, Y’all #Invincible #Residency ♠️♥️-- pic.twitter.com/gA9G7WeOkl — Kelly Clarkson (@kellyclarkson) November 1, 2019 Clarkson announced Friday that she'll be headlining a show at the...
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PICS: New MLS stadium will turn downtown St. Louis west into 'destination' area

ST. LOUIS (KNOU) - For the first time since officially being awarded a Major League Soccer franchise, we're getting a look at a newly proposed concept for the coming downtown soccer-specific stadium. The above renderings were released by the MLS4TheLou ownership group and Snow Kreilich Architects...
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Hatty the support dog sworn in to help young survivors of sex abuse

CHICAGO (AP) — It was a real dog of a ceremony this week during a swearing-in at the state’s attorney’s office in Chicago. The newly sworn-in worker is a Labrador retriever named Hatty. The 2-year-old will work on a 9-to-5 human schedule. But she’s being asked to work like a dog, to just do what...
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Twitter bans all political advertisements

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Twitter is banning all political advertising from its service, saying social media companies give advertisers an unfair advantage in proliferating highly targeted, misleading messages. Related: $15 minimum wage becomes part of 2020 presidential landscape "While internet...
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3 new tenants of Ballpark Village Phase 2 announced

ST. LOUIS (KNOU) - Three new tenants – two restaurants and a retail store – have been announced for the west end of Ballpark Village. These will be part of the second phase of the $260 million expansion which is already 92% leased. A press release from the St. Louis Cardinals says this is the "...
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Blues teammates dress up as each other for Halloween

ST. LOUIS (KNOU) - Trying to figure out what to wear for Halloween can be a major task for most, but attempting to find a disguise when you're a big-time NHL Stanley Cup Champion is nearly impossible. However, St. Louis Blues players David Perron and Ryan O'Reilly managed to pull it off by dressing...
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Birthplace of candy corn was in this Metro East town

BELLEVILLE, Ill. (KNOU) - As Halloween approaches, more people are craving their fair share of candy corn. However, not many know that this iconic, controversial candy originated in Belleville, Illinois. Now known as Jelly Belly Candy Co ., the second generation of the Goelitz family specialized in...
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PICS: 54 years ago today the final piece of the Arch was placed

ST. LOUIS (KNOU) - Although The Gateway Arch didn't open to the public until June 1967, it was on Oct. 28, 1965 when the final piece of the 630-foot-tall monument was placed in the very top. Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen won a design competition held in the late 1940s and created the "...
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