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Couple Who Waved Guns At BLM Protesters Must Give Up Their Guns

Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the wealthy couple from St. Louis who were slapped with criminal charges for brandishing their guns at mostly Black nonviolent protesters in their neighborhood, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges and will turn in the guns they waved at protesters. [Author: Summer Concepcion]
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St. Louis couple who waved guns at protesters last summer plead guilty to misdemeanor charges

The St. Louis couple who made headlines last year for pointing their guns at people protesting near their home pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges, according to court documents obtained from the city of St. Louis on Thursday.
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Gun-waving St. Louis couple pleads guilty to misdemeanors

By Jim Salter | Associated Press ST. LOUIS — A St. Louis couple who gained notoriety for pointing guns at social justice demonstrators pleaded guilty Thursday to misdemeanor charges, but the man left the courthouse defiantly pledging to “do it again” if faced with the same circumstances. Patricia McCloskey pleaded guilty to misdemeanor harassment and was fined $2,000. Her husband, Mark McCloskey, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor fourth-degree assault and was fined $750. They also agreed to give up ...
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1 of 2 Ex-St. Louis Officers Convicted in Civil Rights Case

A jury has convicted one former St. Louis police officer of a civil rights violation for beating a Black undercover officer during protests in 2017.
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Couple Who Waived Guns At BLM Protesters Must Give Up Their Guns

Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the wealthy couple from St. Louis who were slapped with criminal charges for brandishing their guns at mostly Black nonviolent protesters in their neighborhood, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges and will turn in the guns they waved at protesters. [Author: Summer Concepcion]
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St. Louis couple Mark, Patricia McCloskey pay fines, lose guns in guilty plea over encounter with rioters

The St. Louis, Mo., couple who went viral after staring down a mob of protesters from their front porch have agreed to plead guilty to...
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Last Detainees Moved Out of Troubled St. Louis Jail

A troubled St. Louis jail has closed after years of criticism about its conditions.
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St. Louis couple who pulled guns on BLM protesters pleads guilty

The St. Louis couple who drew weapons on Black Lives Matter protesters pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges Thursday — as the...
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St. Louis couple who flashed guns at protesters plead guilty to misdemeanors, forfeit firearms

Mark and Patricia McCloskey were charged with felonies last year after they were recorded brandishing guns at protesters and previously...
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St. Louis gun-waving couple pleads guilty to misdemeanors

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis couple who gained notoriety for pointing guns at social justice demonstrators last year pleaded guilty...
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St. Louis gun-waving couple plead guilty to misdemeanor charges

Mark McCloskey on Thursday pleaded guilty to fourth-degree assault. Patricia McCloskey pleaded to second-degree harassment.
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St. Louis Couple Who Pointed Guns at Protesters Plead Guilty to Misdemeanor Charges

St. Louis couple who pointed guns at protesters plead guilty to misdemeanor charges.
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Police: Teen Trying to Stop Assault Shoots Both Parents

Police say a 13-year-old boy was trying to stop his father from strangling his mother when he shot both parents in a St. Louis home.
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Woman Dead, Man Injured in St. Louis Shooting

St. Louis police are investigating an early-morning shooting that killed a woman and injured a man.
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Blood cancer patients with COVID-19 fare better with convalescent plasma

A large, retrospective, multicenter study involving Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis indicates that convalescent plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients can dramatically improve likelihood of survival among blood cancer patients hospitalized with the virus. The therapy involves transfusing plasma -- the pale yellow liquid in blood that is rich in antibodies -- from people who have recovered from COVID-19 into patients who have leukemia, lymphoma or other blood cancers and ar...
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Immune system protein may defend against deadly intestinal disease in babies

A study led by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has identified a protein in the immune system that may protect babies from necrotizing enterocolitis, a leading cause of death among premature infants.
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Tomorrow is the 75th anniversary of the first mobile phone call

On June 17, 1946, a fellow driving through St. Louis made the first mobile phone call. It was the result of decades of engineering work at Bell Labs and Western Electric. Two years later, the service was available in nearly 100 cities and counted 5,000 subscribers. — Read the rest
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BJC, Washington U. to Require Vaccinations for Employees

Two of the largest employers in the St. Louis area have announced they will require employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by fall.
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Ex-St Louis officer’s conviction points up revolving door for disgraced police

Ellis Brown III, who was found guilty of beating a restrained and prostrate suspect, had been forced out of a neighbouring forceA former St Louis police officer with a track record of violence, including the killing of a mentally disturbed Black man that was condemned as amounting to an execution, has been convicted of beating a suspect as he lay restrained and prostrate on the ground.Ellis Brown III was found guilty by a federal jury last week after an internal police inquiry cleared him over a...
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Treatment-resistant depression relieved by laughing gas

Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and the University of Chicago have found that a single, one-hour treatment involving the inhalation of a mixture of oxygen and the anesthetic drug nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, can improve symptoms of depression in people resistant to treatment.
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What makes us sneeze?

What exactly triggers a sneeze? A team led by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has identified, in mice, specific cells and proteins that control the sneeze reflex. Better understanding of what causes us to sneeze -- specifically how neurons behave in response to allergens and viruses -- may point to treatments capable of slowing the spread of infectious respiratory diseases.
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Two Dead After High-Speed Crash in St. Louis

St. Louis police have released the names of two people killed in a high-speed collision that happened with such force that it split one of the cars in half.
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Teenager Dead, 16-Year-Old Injured in St. Louis Shooting

St. Louis police are investigating a shooting that killed a male teenager and wounded a 16-year-old girl.
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St. Louis Police Say 2 Killed in High-Speed Crash Sunday

Police in St. Louis say two people were killed in a high-speed collision that happened with such force, it split one the cars in half.
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Teen Charged Fatal Shooting at School in St. Louis Suburb

An 18-year-old has been charged with murder in the shooting death of another teen on the grounds of a suburban St. Louis high school.
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Shrinking to survive: Bacteria adapt to a lifestyle in flux

E. coli adapt to survive sudden starvation. Biologists from Washington University in St. Louis and Stanford showed that when E. coli cells lack nutrients, the cytoplasm becomes more dense as its volume decreases, probably because of water loss. At the same time, the periplasm increases in volume as the inner membrane pulls away from the outer membrane.
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18-Year-Old Killed on Grounds of Suburban St. Louis School

Police in the St. Louis suburb of Florissant are investigating a homicide on the grounds of a high school.
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Ex-Missouri Detective Found Guilty in Excessive Force Case

A federal jury has found a former suburban St. Louis police detective with a string of past misconduct allegations guilty in an excessive force case for kicking a defenseless person during a 2019 arrest.
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Teenager Shot After Allegedly Stealing Tip Jar in St. Louis

A 16-year-old boy is hospitalized in stable condition after being shot soon after allegedly stealing the tip jar at a St. Louis restaurant and being confronted by a customer.
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Study finds brain areas involved in seeking information about bad possibilities

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have identified the brain regions involved in choosing whether to find out if a bad event is about to happen.
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