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An environmental group in Labadie is fighting for the removal of coal ash from Ameren ponds and calling attention in Missouri to a challenge that exists across the country.
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- Last winter, a train killed a child in Missouri. The railroad calls her a trespasser
- A repeal of Missouri's motorcycle helmet law is on the governor's desk. What does that mean for motorcyclists?
- Residents fight to 'Save Historic Broadway'
- Lovers of Laura Ingalls Wilder books can visit her homes near Mansfield
- Columbia man dies in duplex fire
- Kevon Billingsley commits to Missouri football's 2020 class
- Missouri offers Tolton lineman Mills
- Clean up at Cooper's Landing postponed
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- PHOTO GALLERY: Skaters carve out time for Shred Fest
- PHOTO GALLERY: Blues fans celebrate first Stanley Cup championship
- PHOTO GALLERY: Summer campers turn drizzly Monday morning into dodgeball extravaganza
- PHOTO GALLERY: Rock, Paper, Scissors, Beer! Fundraiser hosted with game tournament
- PHOTO GALLERY: Blues fans bathe in the glory of first Stanley Cup victory
- PHOTO GALLERY: State Historical Society begins move to new facility