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First dental students in decades to train in St. Louis

People in Missouri have some of the worst teeth in the country, but it’s not all their fault. One in five residents lives in an area with too few dentists, and more than 1 million people don’t have de... read more

From FDR to JFK, Presidents Took Center Stage at Baseball All-Star Games in DC

Later, he threw out the first pitch from his presidential box ... 349 or higher at the break - led by St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Ducky Medwick (.404), who wound up winning the last Triple Crown in ... read more

His Brother’s Keeper

Other cities—such as Chicago, St. Louis, and Milwaukee—have experienced upswings in ... In the summer of 1973, Smith’s mother was a young college student working as a waitress in a Baltimore restauran... read more

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Killer Driller: St. Louis dentist used his sexual power to get women to aid him in his murder schemes, netting him huge fortune

Glennon Engleman had family, a respectable position in his St. Louis ... first marriage, to student-teacher Ruth Ball, lasted three years. After the divorce, he continued to give her money and they st... read more

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Education divides primary candidates

People mistakenly believe that negative affects of the vouchers and charter schools would be felt in the largest of the state's school districts in St. Louis and Kansas ... college graduates face deca... read more

New St. Louis dental clinic looks to close gaps in coverage

Under the partnership, A.T. Still University will supply third- and fourth-year dental students to practice in ... closed in 1991. St. Louis University closed its main dental school decades earlier bu... read more

This Week’s Wedding Announcements

The next morning, the two spotted each other again, but this time they were in the same subway car, on the N train. They chatted, and a spark between them ignited. “She’s really beautiful, that caught ... read more

Friday, July 20: Zachary Quinto Goes ‘In Search Of’ for History

This special also features an exclusive first look at The Meg, a theatrical feature-film thriller opening in August. Over four decades ago ... Busch Stadium in St. Louis hosts this matchup of NL Centr... read more

Mission Group Will Become A Nonprofit; Area Doctors, Nurses, Volunteers Help Africa

To stay connected with the hospital in Yendi yearround, Care 4 Ghana has partnered with Mercy Hospital St. Louis ... to take students who are not sure what they want to do and get them working in the ... read more

Want to keep America safe? Train more veterinarians

Recognizing that "animal, plant and human health are inextricably linked," DHS plans to train more public-health veterinarians and build a $1 billion lab to research animal-borne diseases. That's a wi... read more

Retired librarian still hungry to learn

There is an old Japanese adage that says when the student is ready ... with his family about a decade ago. It’s a 14-hour drive from Granling’s home in St. Louis to the in-home dojo on Stockey’s 28-ac... read more

Friday, July 13: ‘C.B. Strike’ Season Ends With ‘Career of Evil’ Part 2

The premiere episode will feature cases concerning a pediatric dental chain and a pharmaceutical giant ... The two FIFA World Cup teams competing in this match in St. Petersburg, Russia, would much ra... read more



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