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Behind the Headlines: UM system struggles, divide over Ferguson consent decree, NGA protests

In our weekly "Behind the Headlines" segment, "St. Louis on the Air" host Don Marsh discussed several of the top news stories that caught St. Louisans'...

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The average heroin addict is a white, suburban teen. NCADA Super Bowl ads point out that fact.

The attention-grabbing, anti-heroin Super Bowl advertisements that the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse – St. Louis ran last year and will...

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Does divorce impact kids differently in 2016? Kids in the Middle shares their wisdom

Divorce rates have been declining since the '90s and millennials are waiting longer than ever before to tie the knot—statistics that some researchers pr...

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James Beard Award-winning chef Gerard Craft discusses his love for St. Louis, Porano Pasta and more

James Beard Award-winning chef Gerard Craft is known for some of St. Louis' most beloved restaurants which produce cutting-edge and taste-bud-tingling...

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As WHO declares Zika virus a 'Global Health Emergency,' what does that mean for the U.S., St. Louis?

As of Friday, at least 31 people in the U.S. have been infected with the Zika virus. That includes three pregnant women — two in Illinois and one in New...

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The restaurant openings and closings you should know to plan your nights out in February

The Sound Bites team at Sauce Magazine is back and ready to help you plan your nights out at St. Louis restaurants during the month of February. Catheri...

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Behind the Headlines: Scottrade Center improvements, Ferguson consent decree and more

In our weekly "Behind the Headlines" segment, "St. Louis on the Air" host Don Marsh discussed several of the top news stories that caught St. Louisans' ...

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St. Louis Theater Circle Awards announces 2015 nominees

The St. Louis Theater Circle released its 2015 award nominees on Friday. The productions leading the nominations were Stages St. Louis' production of "A...

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Rauner's State of the State bypasses budget talk as Illinois social services take huge hits

As of Friday, Ruby Allen-Ellis will no longer have a job. Allen-Ellis serves as a public health administrator with East Side Health District. She is one...

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With a new noise ordinance in Town and Country, what do different decibel levels do to our hearing?

A new noise ordinance in Town and Country prohibits continuous noise higher than 55 decibels from 10 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. and higher than 65 decibels...

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