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Insect invasion at St. Louis Science Center

9:39 AM, Oct 19, 2013

Jayme Necaise is known as the Bug Chef. He stopped by Today In St. Louis to show off some insect delicacies.

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Pam Jackson, Cheryl Miller cold case solved in South Dakota

Investigators in South Dakota may be close to solving a decades old cold case. Authorities say the remains of two teens who disappeared in 1971 may have been discovered this week buried in a watery grave.

9:18 PM, Sep 26, 2013

Paula Sims Talks About What Led Her To Kill Her Two Daughters

Paula Sims of Alton, Ill., confessed to murdering her daughters -- 13-day-old Loralei in 1986 and six-week-old Heather -- in 1989. In her first television interview, Sims is speaking about what led her to kill her daughters.

5:36 PM, Nov 7, 2006

Nine St. Louis-area high schools among "America's Best High Schools"

Nine local high schools are among 13 statewide campuses to be ranked among Newsweek's best in the nation.

7:28 PM, Jun 17, 2010

Cheerleaders Suspended For Showing Bloomers

Six High School varsity cheerleaders in Ripton, California have been suspended for showing their bloomers.

1:36 PM, Nov 21, 2007

Sumner High School

It's a school with some pretty famous Alumni.

Show Me St. Louis' Coreen Savitski has the impressive list from Sumner High School.

3:10 PM, Sep 20, 2013

Gateway Arch stains not a structural problem, report finds

Stains on the exterior of the Gateway Arch are no reason for concern and the landmark is as structurally sound as it was when it was built.

5:24 PM, Sep 24, 2012

Kansas considers removing President Obama from ballot

A GOP-controlled board in Kansas is trying to decide whether to remove President Obama from the state ballot over objections about his birth certificate.

1:28 PM, Sep 14, 2012
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