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A massive pile up on Interstate 70 in downtown St. Louis today involved more than a dozen cars, but miraculously, no one was seriously hurt.
Shortly after 5 AM there were two separate accidents in the depressed section of the highway. The accidents involved several cars and a semi truck. Emergency crews were forced to shut down a section of the interstate to clear the wreckage. Police have not released an official cause of the crash.
But the roads were wet and there was fog in the area so those conditions could have played a role.
A grocery chain is closing one North St. Louis location and opening a new one. On Friday, Aldo will open a new store at 702 N Kingshighway. That will replace the location just blocks away on Page that closed Tuesday.
The store is opening after a ribbon cutting at 8:45 Friday morning.
The newest location's hours will be Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. -9 p.m., and Sunday, 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
BELLEVILLE, Ill. (AP) - A convicted killer will make his case for a new trial he says he deserves because the presiding judge faces federal heroin charges and may have been impaired during the trial.
Jurors found 55-year-old Gregory Muse guilty in March of first-degree murder, after a trial overseen by then-St. Clair County Circuit Judge Michael Cook.
Cook was arrested two months later on charges of possessing heroin and a having a gun while on controlled substances. He has resigned and pleaded not guilty.
Muse faces sentencing Wednesday. But he's asked for a new trial, alleging Cook appeared to slur his words during the trial.
Cook's attorney isn't discussing that.
Questions about Cook already have prompted another judge to grant a new murder trial for another man convicted during proceedings overseen by Cook.