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No.2-ranked Eureka High School Varsity Softball players won all their games against other area high school teams this week, but on Thursday night faced the Webster Groves Statesmen for the championship game.
Business, Restaurant Reviews
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Are you a Mizzou fan? College Colors Day is an annual day where people across the country show their support for their favorite college by wearing its colors.
TIPS: St. Louis County emergency responders met Thursday morning at the command center of Metro West Fire Protection District in Wildwood to collectively prepare for incoming storm Isaac. They fear people will plunge into flood waters.
Police & Fire
A 19-year-old male who spied on two teenage girls in a changing room at Six Flags St. Louis on Aug. 8 was charged today for a class D felony. Police said he saw the girls full or partially nude.
LIVE FROM COMMAND POST: Area-wide emergency teams will meet at Metro West Fire Protection District in Wildwood at 11:30 a.m. today to prepare for potentially adverse affects when Tropical Depression Isaac pelts St. Louis this weekend.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
Six Flags managers promised to add something new for each season. On Thursday at 6:30 a.m., the coaster capital of Missouri—Six Flags St. Louis—unleashed news about Boomerang. A media call with Six Flags' CEO occurs later this morning.
On Monday, FOX2 News reported 60 employees who worked at Cenveo's facilities in Eureka were suddenly out of work and not paid for wages. Cenveo on Wednesday night issued a clarifying statement about a sublessee.
LETTER TO EDITOR: An open letter follows to the board of directors of Ellisville and Ballwin Athletic Associations from the president of the Eureka Sports Association. ESA remains committed; moves forward.
Harold Whitfield, former Kirkwood city councilor and municipal judge, asked for a recount in the race for the Democratic nomination for the 2nd Congressional District. Unofficial results show Whitfield losing the race by 49 votes.
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