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What's the scoop, St. Louis?

Every day, we comb through crime reports, press releases, YouTube videos, Facebook pages and more to find the most interesting and most shareable St. Louis news content for you, our Daily RFT Readers.

But there's always a new story ahead, and we want you to help us spot it.

Are you working on a project that would make St. Louis a better place to live? Is there a problem in your neighborhood that needs to be solved? Do you have a question about your city that you want answered? Is there a news story that's important to you that we're not covering?

If you spot something that we should cover, send an e-mail to our news blogger, Lindsay Toler, at You can also tweet her @StLouisLindsay.

Some of our favorite stories came from submitted tips, like the guy who says he was buried alive or the uber-douchy reality show coming to St. Louis.

So keep those story ideas coming, St. Louis! We love to hear what's important to you.

Follow Lindsay Toler on Twitter at @StLouisLindsay. E-mail the author at

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Justin Michalik
Justin Michalik

How about the state freaking out because they calculated the revenue wrong? And the fact that if we legalized cannabis we wouldn't have to worry about that? Also, isn't slay looking for ways to improve stl economy? Maybe he should be told about the revenue Colorado is bringing in?


I would like to see a story about the illegal street racing on Hall Street. The cops don't do a thing about it and it is SO DANGEROUS to drive on I-55 when they are all heading down there after 8p on Sunday. Those punks intimidate other cars on the road - badly! I call the police & they say they can't do anything about it.

Riverfront Times
Riverfront Times

Wow, we've already gotten several great ideas. Thanks, all!


I would love to see a follow up investigative story on the dress code at Ballpark Village.  Buy an outfit which violates the dress code and have a black person and white person wear the same outfit into various establishments.  I suspect the results would be shocking.

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