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  • Wednesday, May 31, 2023 - Missouri libraries are adjusting to new rules
    Libraries could lose funding if they don’t follow the new regulations including a ban on what the state describes as “age-inappropriate” displays in children’s areas.
  • Tuesday, May 30, 2023 - The military is trying to attract more small businesses
    The Defense Department wants more small businesses in its contracting ranks. But the process can be cumbersome and frustrating for some employers seeking opportunities with the military.
  • Friday, May 26, 2023 - Remembering a historic magazine about St. Louis teens
    A new exhibit at the St. Louis Public Library Central location features Prom Magazine. It highlighted St. Louis high school life from the 40s to the 70s.
  • Thursday, May 25, 2023 - St. Louisans celebrate the life of Tina Turner
    The global music icon who launched her career in St. Louis died yesterday. She became the queen of rock 'n' roll. Fans gathered at Turner's star on the St. Louis Walk of Fame yesterday to pay their respects.
  • Wednesday, May 24, 2023 - "It Ain't Over" shows Yogi Berra was more than just baseball
    A new documentary about the baseball legend and St. Louis native is hitting local movie screens this month. It focuses on career highlights and the hall-of-famer's life off the field.
  • Tuesday, May 23. 2023 - Ancient drought-resistant grains could help the Midwest survive climate change
    The United Nations has declared 2023 the International Year of Millets. The highly resilient and cost-friendly grains could be the next crop for U.S. farmers in the midst of climate change.
  • Monday, May 22, 2023 - St. Louis singer Neil Salsich reflects on his time on The Voice
    Salsich was a fan of the show for years, and dreamed of bringing his mix of bluegrass, rock and country to the show where singers compete for a record deal.
  • Friday, May 19, 2023 - New Philadelphia, Illinois becomes a national park
    The national historic site recently became the nation’s 424th national park. The Illinois community made history in 1836 as the first plat and town legally registered by a formerly enslaved couple.
  • Thursday, May 18, 2022 - Long-awaited Cahokia Heights sewer repairs could begin this year
    After repeated calls by residents for relief from sewage and rainwater flooding, repairs to the Metro Eat city’s faulty system could start in a few months, but not finish until 2026.
  • Wednesday, May 17, 2023 - Kim Gardner leaves the St. Louis Circuit Attorney's Office
    She had planned to step down June 1, but decided to resign yesterday. Governor Mike Parson says he’ll announce a replacement this week.