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*Scattered thunderstorms this morning and rain likely this afternoon the high is 56


*Controversial Parkway Board of Education candidate Jeanie Ames was under fire for posting anti-Islamic tweets and attacking Michelle Obama on social media.  Ames said she was not racist at a forum Sunday evening.  She joined the 4 candidates at an open forum hosted by the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis and Muslims for A Better America. The forum was held to allow voters to get a better understanding of each candidate.



At least 64 people were killed in a massive fire inside a Russian shopping mall.  Authorities say there were no fire alarms as smoke and flames quickly spread through the mall in the Siberian city of Kemerovo. Witnesses say there were no alarms and staff did not coordinate an evacuation plan. 

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Remington Files For Bankruptcy - 

Gun maker Remington Outdoor is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.  The major U.S. gun manufacturer reportedly made the move yesterday, a day after hundreds of thousands of people promoted increased gun control in the March For Our Lives rallies across the nation and world. The company is facing mounting debt and lawsuits in connection to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

Source: CNBC

*Hundreds of thousands of people across the globe turned out to march on Saturday to protest gun violence in the wake of last month's shooting spree that killed 17 people at a Florida high school.

In Washington, D.C., where the main protest was held, approximately 200,000 people turned out, according to CBS News, in what some are calling one of the largest rallies in the U.S. since the Vietnam War.


*The Blues won on Friday 4-1 and won on Saturday 2-1 they are off until Tuesday

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