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Missouri ranks third among all states for the most cases per 100,000 residents in the last seven days, according to the New York Times tracker.
Friday's forecast calls for a temperature of 102 degrees in the St. Louis region.
Doctor seriously ill with COVID-19 improved when surrounded by family and friends.
Nine crumbling homes were demolished Saturday and other vacant lots cleared of debris as part of the Clean Sweep program.
Monday's high temperature officially climbed to 96 degrees around 3 p.m. The record for June 14 is 97 degrees.
University City Councilman Bwayne Smotherson suggests 1.5 miles between discount stores.
St. Charles County Judge Deborah Alessi granted a request to make the case invisible on Missouri's online court system.
Trash has not reaccumulated after cleanup in Lulu Heights area of Wellston.
The nonprofit has helped professionals whose careers were upended by the pandemic, and it has a job fair scheduled for June 23 at the St. Louis Premium Outlets.
State audit of Town and Country expected to take about eight months and cost the city $135,000.
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