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STL may temporarily house undocumented children — ST. LOUIS - NewsChannel 5 has learned Mayor Francis Slay will apply for federal government grants to temporarily house undocumented children coming through the border. Slay asked several social agencies, including Catholic Charities and the International Institute, to come up with a plan to house the children in existing facilities in the St.
Aug 01, 2014

St. Louis may temporarily house undocumented children.

Take a tour of Carpenter's home — PALM BEACH, Fla. - Ever wondered what the inside of former Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter's home looks like? Now you can take a video tour of his Palm Beach Gardens residence, which is on the market for $625,000. The Cribs-like video tour starts outside the front of the "Island Colonial" home, which features numerous palm trees in the front garden.
Jul 31, 2014

Take a virtual tour of former #Cardinals player Chris Carpenter's Palm Beach Gardens house…

Jul 31, 2014

RT @ksdknews: Take a virtual tour of Chris Carpenter's swanky Florida home… #ksdk

Keeping ballerinas on their toes for 65 years — SHOW ME ST. LOUIS- Alexandra Zaharias has been keeping ballerinas on their toes for 65 years. "That's all I wanted to do from the time I was 12," said Zaharias. Zaharias works to preserve classical ballet. Regional Dance America honored Zaharais with a Lifetime Achievement Award, making her the first recipient in the Midwest.
Jul 31, 2014

Meet the teacher keeping ballerinas on their toes for 65 years & see what #STL celeb studied under her! via @ksdknews

Cyclist claims mayor ran him off road — SUNSET HILLS, Mo. - A cyclist claims a driver cursed him and intentionally ran him off the road. That driver? The mayor of Sunset Hills. The Sunset Hills police chief said the report on Tuesday's incident won't be ready until Friday at the earliest.

Tax-free holiday this weekend in Mo. — ST. LOUIS - If you have some back-to-school shopping to do, you might want to do it this weekend. Missouri's annual sales tax holiday begins Friday and runs through Sunday. Most cities and counties will still charge local sales taxes, but if they don't, you can expect to save eight to nine percent this weekend.