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Morning Roundup
8:45 am
Fri April 13, 2012

Morning headlines: Friday, April 13, 2012

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Parks again rejects Durbin's call for earlier night club closings

East St. Louis mayor Alvin Parks is again rejecting a call from Sen. Dick Durbin to institute an earlier closing time for the city’s night clubs and liquor stores

Durbin was in his hometown on Wednesday encouraging area ministers to push Parks for a 1 a.m. closing time. Durbin believes it would help curb the killings in a city that a federal prosecutor has called the nation’s most dangerous.

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5:59 pm
Tue January 10, 2012

St. Louis County Police help patrol Dellwood

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St. Louis County Police are filling a law enforcement gap in Dellwood as efforts continue to disband the suburb's municipal police force. 

Dellwood's Mayor, Loretta Johnson, requested the county's help while eight of Dellwood's 16 police department positions remain vacant.

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Morning round-up
9:28 am
Wed December 28, 2011

Morning headlines: Wednesday, December 28, 2011

A new study finds that nearly one-third of public school students would leave the St. Louis district if they could take advantage of a contested Mo. law that lets them transfer to better-performing districts.
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Study finds one-third of public school students would leave St. Louis district if they could

A new study finds that nearly one-third of public school students would leave the St. Louis district if they could take advantage of a contested Missouri law that lets them transfer to better-performing districts. And a coalition called the Cooperating School Districts of Greater St. Louis said the transfers could bankrupt the unaccredited St. Louis School District. 

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Morning round-up
9:25 am
Tue December 13, 2011

Morning headlines: Tuesday, December 13, 2011

The Missouri Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Tuesday, December 13, 2011 over whether public defender offices can turn away cases.
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Mo. Supreme Court to hear arguments in public defender case

A case that could decide how Missouri public defenders deal with case overload will be heard by the state's Supreme Court today. In July 2010 the public defender office in Christian County announced it had reached its case threshold and could take no more cases. The next month a judge assigned an indigent defendant to that office anyway and the public defender system filed suit.

St. Louis University law professor Susan McGraugh says the high court's decision could have a big impact.

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