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*Partly cloudy with isolated thunderstorms this afternoon high 92


*Today is "Dine Out for Lupus" day! There are several restaurants around town that are donating a portion of their proceeds to The Lupus Foundation. You do need to present a flyer when your order, you can find the flyer on the KLOU facebook page!


*Martha Stewart is coming to St. Louis on Friday.  She will make a stop at the St. Louis Art Museum to promote her latest book.  She was supposed to be here in March but the appearance got cancelled. Those who purchased tickets for the March event will use those for admission. No new tickets will be for sale.


*Frontenac police are looking for a missing 21-year-old man with multiple sclerosis who is confined to a wheelchair.  Police say Hayden Clarke was last seen with his caregiver in a dark silver 2016 Honda Odyssey minivan with Missouri license plate number DA1-N8Z. 



President Trump Outlines Discussion With Kim Jong Un -

 President Trump says his historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was honest, direct and productive.

At a news briefing in Singapore today, Trump expressed confidence that a joint declaration with Kim will lead to complete denuclearization. He called it very comprehensive. Trump said the past does not have to define the future and noted that longtime adversaries can become friends.

Meantime, the president noted that the U.S. will stop holding joint war games with South Korea and said he would like to bring American troops home eventually. There are more than 30-thousand U.S. troops in South Korea and the North has long been angry about the joint military operations, viewing them as preparation for an invasion. In a news briefing, Trump said the joint exercises are very expensive and "provocative."

Trump called Kim very smart and talented. He said the topic of human rights violations in North Korea came up during the talks but he did not elaborate. A reporter asked about Otto Warmblier and the president said his death helped spur talks that led to the summit, so he didn’t die in vain.

Also shared was that the bodies of U.S. soldiers who died in the North during the Korean War will be returned home, but it make take time. The president says the number is about six thousand.

Read the full agreement here

Source: NBC News

Trump Economic Adviser Has A Heart Attack 

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow is doing well after suffering a heart attack.

Just ahead of his big summit with North Korea's leader, President Trump tweeted that Kudlow was in Walter Reed Medical Center in Maryland being treated for a heart attack. Press Secretary Sarah Sanders later told reporters that the 70-year-old is in good condition and is expected to make a full recovery.

Kudlow joined the administration in March to replace Gary Cohn as the head of the National Economic Council. Before this job, he was a commentator on CNBC and chief economist at Wall Street firm Bear Stearns.

 Source: CBS News


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