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Police investigate 16 Kirkwood vehicle break-ins

Friday, 25 October 2013 07:53 Published in Local News

KIRKWOOD, Mo. (AP) - Police in the St. Louis suburb of Kirkwood are investigation a series of vehicle break-ins.

 

   At least 16 thefts were reported Wednesday in three different areas of the St. Louis County town. Thieves stole from unlocked vehicles in some cases and broke locks in others. Items taken included an iPad, laptop computer, electronics and other items.

 

   Authorities urged residents to not leave valuable items in unattended vehicles.

 

Downed power lines strike MetroLink train

Wednesday, 23 October 2013 08:51 Published in Local News

ST. LOUIS (AP) - About 50 passengers of a light rail train in suburban St. Louis are uninjured after an overhead power line fell on top of the train.

 

   It happened Wednesday morning near a MetroLink station on the University of Missouri-St. Louis campus. The passengers were stuck on the train for about an hour before being safely evacuated.

 

   MetroLink service was shut down between Wellston and the North Hanley station until power was restored. Passengers in that area were taking a bus.

 

Mo. officials: Help prevent deer disease spread

Wednesday, 23 October 2013 07:34 Published in Local News

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri's firearms deer season takes place next month, and conservation officials are asking hunters to help prevent the spread of chronic wasting disease.

 

   The disease is deadly to deer, but there is no evidence it can affect humans. Deer can be affected through exposure to soil containing abnormal proteins that are called prions. The prions can get into soil when infected deer decompose on the surface.

 

   The Conservation Department says hunters should avoid cutting through the spine, brain or bones. If hunters must move a whole carcass, they should send the non-edible parts to state-approved landfills for proper burial. 

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