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Clemens trial resumes Monday with seating of jury

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More>> With a quick flick of his wrists, Jarret Stoll sent the Los Angeles Kings on to face St. Louis in the second round – and the Vancouver Canucks into the offseason a lot sooner than they expected after topping the NHL in the.
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Exhibit shows how crime victims use art to express themselves

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Heidi is an artist at RHD-Missouri's Blank Canvas Studios in St. Charles, Missouri. Heidi draws on past experiences for her inspiration. Heidi's art often parallels milestones in her own life. ST. LOUIS • Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce has spoken to …
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Prosecutors in St. Louis fight rising heroin use with tougher penalties

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By AP ST. LOUIS — With heroin becoming cheaper than a six-pack and as easy to obtain as pot, police and prosecutors are turning to more aggressive tactics against the drug, dusting off little-used laws to seek murder charges against suspected dealers …
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Synthetic Drugs Use Outweigh Meth and Heroin in Some Towns

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We bought some from a store called RetroActive in Troy, MO and took it to the St. Louis County toxicology lab. Doctor Chris Long found reported illegal substances. Then Roger Mauzy and other narcotics officers raided. That could save lives according to …
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