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US & Canada · Washington

Abortion rights backers rally in anger over post-Roe future

60% Center coverage: 76 sources
Supporters of abortion rights took to the streets across America on Saturday to make clear their anger at the prospect that the Supreme Court will soon strike down the constitutional right to abortion. Cries of "My body, my choice" rang out as activists committed to fighting for the legal protection that has endured for nearly a half-century.See the Story
Memorial Day

Memorial Day weekend to start wet, dreary, but then sun comes out

59% Center coverage: 27 sources
Nearly 2.2 million Floridians will travel 50 miles or more for this Memorial Day weekend. About 90-percent of them are expected to hit the road, according to AAA. The average for a gallon of regular unleaded going into the holiday weekend is $4.58 in Florida.See the Story
US & Canada · Brown County

The Best Concerts in St. Louis This Week: May 26 to June 1

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The week ahead features concerts from New Found Glory, mewithoutYou, Ja Rule and Mystikal. St. Louis supergroup Thor Axe celebrates the release of its debut album Solar Rips this Friday. The Carondelet Garden Party goes down on Sunday at the MARSH grocery collective on South Broadway.See the Story
US & Canada · St. Louis

Former Prison Advisor says ‘Family’ of Jail Administrators Stifling Reform

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Reverend Phillip Duvall resigns from St. Louis County Justice Services Advisory Board. He cites "the family," a group of managers and rank-and-file corrections officers. The advisory board was formed in 2019 as a response to inmate deaths in the county jail. "I tried to hold on as long as I could so that we could get the ship in the dock"See the Story
US & Canada · St. Louis

St. Louis Alt-Rock Band Sexdad's New Single is a Total Earworm

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
St. Louis alt-rock outfit sexdad has a new album coming out. The band cites Sun Volt, Wilco and Big Star as influences. Frontman Adam Bautz says his mom is one of the name's biggest defenders. "I wouldn't be in a band called sexdad if we didn't have camaraderie," Lewis says.See the Story
US & Canada · St. Louis

Senate Candidate Trudy Busch Valentine Ducks Missouri Voters

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Trudy Busch Valentine wants to be the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate in Missouri. Two left-leaning political organizers say it is exceedingly difficult to get her to appear live in front of voters. Valentine made a splash when she first entered the race in the last week of March.See the Story
St. Louis, United States · St. Louis

Alley Recycling Returns to St. Louis City May 31

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The City of St. Louis Streets Department announced this week that alley recycling pickup will return on the last day of the month. The city says the change is possible because it invested in more truck mechanics and plans to use Refuse Division resources more effectively. Recycling from alley blue bins has been on pause since July 2021, when a worker shortage had the city combining trash and recycling.See the Story
US & Canada · Missouri

1,780 Foster Kids Went Missing in Missouri in Two-and-a-Half Years

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General reported that there were 1,780 instances of foster kids going missing in Missouri over a two-and-a-half year period. Across the country, there were 110,446 missing children episodes. Kids who go missing from foster care are at a higher risk of experiencing harm, substance use and trafficking, according to the report.See the Story
Bar · Bar

St. Louis Standards: Schottzie's Bar and Grill is a best-kept secret in south county

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Schottzie's Bar and Grill in south St. Louis has been serving the brain sandwich since the late 1980s. The sandwich dates back to the 1800s, when slaughterhouses were prevalent in the area. Owner Mike Carlson: "It doesn't have a whole lot of distinct taste to it"See the Story

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