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Police are asking for help to find suspects accused of attacking a hot dog vendor in a Ferguson Home Depot with a hammer.

Police say the victim was standing at the front entrance around 3 PM when a group of shoplifters took his cell phone. The vendor chased them out of the store and that is when one of the suspects hit him in the head with a hammer.

The victim has serious injuries and is in the hospital.

Thursday, 22 August 2013 17:30
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Two members of the St. Louis County Police Board are leaving In the midst of a scandal.

Chairman Gregory Sansone is stepping down while federal investigators look into a $3.7 million contact that his company received for work on a new crime lab. Former Gubernatorial candidate Dave Spence is taking Sansone's place on the board.

There is a second change pending on the board. Floyd Warman resigned weeks ago and will be replaced by Dr. Freddy Clark.

Both appointments are expected to be approved by the board next week. 

Thursday, 22 August 2013 16:49
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Move in day for freshman at Washington University is slowing down.

1,600 incoming students started the day with a pep rally at 7:30 and the move in process started at 8:30. The same as previous years, traffic was an issue near campus, but the biggest slow downs are behind us.

School officials say the busiest time is around 10 AM.

Thursday, 22 August 2013 16:46
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A St. Louis Police officer is in the hospital after an accident on the firing range.

A Police spokeswoman says the officer was training on the range with SWAT around 2 PM when he accidentally shot himself in the left foot. The officer has five years of service on the force. He is in serious but stable condition.

 

Thursday, 22 August 2013 16:44
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