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Festival of Nations to bring thousands to Tower Grove Park

ST. LOUIS (KYKY) — This weekend is the region's annual celebration of ethnic diversity. It's the Festival of Nations at Tower Grove Park. The two-day celebration is expected to attract more than 125,000 visitors. It features more than 40 food booths featuring cuisine from around the world, plus non...
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This weekend, Six Flags will hold its first-ever Autism Awareness Day

EUREKA, Mo. (KYKY) — Parents with autistic children know that sensitivity to sound and even certain smells are something they have to prepare for when going out. That's one reason Six Flags will hold its first-ever Autism Awareness Day this weekend. Six Flags St. Louis has partnered with eSpecial...
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A GoFundMe Page Has Been Created For A St. Louis Woman Who Was Shot Yesterday Morning.

Here's the story from Channel 5 : An investigation is underway after a woman was shot in her car in south St. Louis early Wednesday morning. Around 1 a.m., police received a call for a shooting in the 3200 block of South Grand. When officers arrived, they found a 27-year-old woman suffering from a...
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There's a Secret About St. Louis' XFL Logo if You Flip it Upside Down

ST. LOUIS (Y98) - St. Louis' new professional football team now has a name and logo, following Wednesday's announcement by the XFL. The BattleHawks will take flight in February and there was a mixed reaction on social media as some locals wondered what the connection to the city was. Judging from...
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St. Louis County Councilwoman swears in on Dr. Seuss book

(AP/KYKY) — A newly elected St. Louis County councilwoman has been sworn into office using a Dr. Seuss book. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the council doesn’t require members to be sworn in on a Bible, and newly elected 2nd District member Kelli Dunaway chose “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!”...
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Vote For The Down Syndrome Association Of Greater St. Louis To Help Them Win $25,000

The Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis (DSAGSL) has been selected as 1 of 200 finalist in the Sate Farm Neighborhood Assist Grant Program, and could win $25,000 to expand their employment programming. Down syndrome occurs when a person is born with an extra 21st chromosome. It occurs in...
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10 Possible Nicknames For St. Louis' Soon-To-Be-Named MLS Team

ST. LOUIS (Y98) - It's unclear what information we're going to learn on Tuesday, when it's officially announced that St. Louis has earned a Major League Soccer franchise. But one thing that may come from it is the name of St. Louis' team. While something simple like St. Louis United, St. Louis...
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PHOTOS: Here's where the proposed St. Louis MLS stadium will be built

ST. LOUIS (KYKY) - Come 2022, St. Louis could be hosting the inaugural home game for its first Major League Soccer franchise. But one big thing that's still missing is the stadium. The venue, which would be built in downtown St. Louis just west of Union Station, would have a seating capacity of 22,...
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REPORTS: St. Louis Will Get a MLS Team, Announcement Coming Next Week

ST. LOUIS (Y98) - Major League Soccer will be officially awarding a franchise to St. Louis, a source has confirmed to our partner station, KMOX. The announcement will come next week. The source tells KMOX, Tuesday will be the day soccer fans in St. Louis have been waiting a long time for. Source...
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You Can Fly From STL to Florida for $69 Starting Later This Year

BELLEVILLE, Ill. (Y98) — St. Louisans now have a more affordable way to get to Sarasota, Fla. Allegiant Airlines is announcing nonstop service from MidAmerica St. Louis Airport in Belleville to Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport. The new, two-days-a-week service starts in time for...
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