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haze, U-City

Art, peace, hope in U-City: HaZe takes a tour of his favorite part of St. Louis

The community is coming together to create art on the boarded up walls in The Loop and around U-City, Haze takes us on a tour of his favorite part of St. Louis.
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protest, St. Louis

NOW 96.3, family of stations, to air 60 seconds of silence to recognize racial injustices

KMOX, KFTK, KYKY, KNOU and KEZK radio station in St. Louis will broadcast a full minute of silence to recognize all those who have suffered from racial injustice.
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waffle house

Waffle House closes over 400 locations due to coronavirus pandemic

Waffle House continues to close more restaurants nationwide due to the coronavirus.
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5 Members of Family Test Positive for Coronavirus: 'It Can Happen to Anybody'

Five members of one family have tested positive for COVID-19. The family in Missouri who tested positive for the virus said, ‘It can happen to anybody.’
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dog adoption

Prayers answered at some St. Louis pet adoption agencies amid coronavirus fears

Pet adoption agencies in St. Louis are asking for help from foster parents are making adoptions easier and cheaper on families during this virus pandemic.
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freese

WATCH: David Freese shares message to Missouri during coronavirus pandemic: 'Be safe. Love you all'

Former St. Louis Cardinals hero David Freese has a message for all of Missouri during this time of the coronavirus pandemic.
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teacher

WATCH: Parkway teacher shares special message to students amid coronavirus closures

First-grade teacher Mandy Williams posted a video on Facebook with a special message for her students at Barretts Elementary in the Parkway School District.
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Saint Louis Zoo penguins take a 'field trip' to see friends

WATCH: Saint Louis Zoo penguins take a 'field trip' to see their friends

The Saint Louis Zoo let its Humboldt penguins take a "field trip" to see other penguins while the zoo is closed to guests.
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cardinals

Cardinals will pay game day employees, minor league players during coronavirus shutdown

St. Louis Cardinals will create a $1 million dollar fund for our game-day employees and will honor our daily per diem for our minor league players.
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Pokemon Go

St. Louis Picked To Host Worldwide Pokémon Go Event This Year

St. Louis will be the host of the first three-day Pokémon Go Safari Zone in the U.S. this year.
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