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New Illinois license plates to help fight pediatric cancer

Illinois' newest specialty license plate will raise money to fight pediatric cancer

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Officials: 8 dogs die in Cape Girardeau house fire

Firefighters say no people were injured, but eight dogs have died, in an early morning fire in southeastern Missouri

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Federal officials: Man admitted firing shot that killed boy

Federal authorities say a man charged in an armored car theft has told investigators he fired the shot earlier this month that killed a 7-year-old boy in St. Louis

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Police: 2 bodies found in truck in Old North St. Louis

St. Louis police say two bodies have been found inside a pickup truck in a north city neighborhood

Michigan city reviews options to combat flooded streets
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Michigan city reviews options to combat flooded streets

City officials in Michigan are reviewing solutions to alleviate flooding from Lake Erie onto streets in Monroe. Patrick Lewis is the city's head of engineering and public safety

Michigan city reviews options to combat flooded streets
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Michigan city reviews options to combat flooded streets

City officials in Michigan are reviewing solutions to alleviate flooding from Lake Erie onto streets in Monroe. Patrick Lewis is the city's head of engineering and public safety

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Gary police fatally shoot man during traffic stop

Police in northwestern Indiana have fatally shot a man during a traffic stop

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Public defenders plan texts to remind clients of court dates

The Missouri Public Defender's office plans to experiment with sending text messages to defendants reminding them of their court dates in an effort to reduce the number of people in jail

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Museum gets grants to help publish Abraham Lincoln papers

The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum has received more than $400,000 in grants for a project that aims to publish every document written by the nation's 16th president

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Official says no prosecutions for women seeking abortions

Missouri public defenders say they expect some women to be charged with felonies for abortions under a new law