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There's a herd of wild horses roaming not too far from St. Louis

(Written by Elise Rich at KMOX) EMINENCE, Mo. (KEZK) —A herd of wild horses has been roaming the Ozark hills for nearly 100 years. It’s believed the ancestors of the Shannon County wild horses go back to the Great Depression era, with farmers releasing their horses in search of better jobs. In 1991...
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The Muny announces 2020 shows, including two Muny debuts

ST. LOUIS (KEZK) - The Muny has announced the shows that will run at the historic Forest Park theater in 2020. The Muny Announces 2020 Shows 'Chicago' will open the 2020 season in June followed by 'Mary Poppins" later that month. The season will continue with two Muny premieres, 'Sweeney Todd' and...
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Food Truck Garden coming to St. Louis this Spring

ST. LOUIS (KEZK) - St. Louis is getting its first Food Truck Garden this upcoming spring. We're excited to announce that Missouri's first food truck garden is coming to St. Louis in Spring 2020! Expect the best local food trucks, weekly live music and outdoor movies, and more. All at 9375 Gravois...
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PICS: New MLS stadium will turn downtown St. Louis west into 'destination' area

ST. LOUIS (KEZK) - For the first time since officially being awarded a Major League Soccer franchise, we're getting a look at a newly proposed concept for the coming downtown soccer-specific stadium. The above renderings were released by the MLS4TheLou ownership group and Snow Kreilich Architects...
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3 new tenants of Ballpark Village Phase 2 announced

ST. LOUIS (KEZK) - Three new tenants – two restaurants and a retail store – have been announced for the west end of Ballpark Village. These will be part of the second phase of the $260 million expansion which is already 92% leased. A press release from the St. Louis Cardinals says this is the "...
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PICS: 54 years ago today the final piece of the Arch was placed

ST. LOUIS (KEZK) - Although The Gateway Arch didn't open to the public until June 1967, it was on Oct. 28, 1965 when the final piece of the 630-foot-tall monument was placed in the very top. Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen won a design competition held in the late 1940s and created the "...
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PICS: Here are the 10 best Halloween displays in the St. Louis area

ST. LOUIS (KEZK) - If you're a fan of Halloween or exterior light and decoration displays you've come to the right place. We compiled a list of the 10 best front yard Halloween displays in the St. Louis area. The people who have become well known for their search of the best holiday light displays...
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Missouri Botanical Garden getting new $92 million center

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A new $92 million visitor center is planned at the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis. Officials with the garden announced the project Monday. Groundbreaking is scheduled for January and the center that will be known as the Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center is scheduled to open in...
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Arch to host first 'Frights and Heights' event

ST. LOUIS (KEZK) - With spooky season among us, the Gateway Arch is hosting its first-ever Frights and Heights event this Saturday, Oct. 26. This family-friendly event will include an array of activities such as live music, face painting, boo-loon animals, and even indoor trick-or-treating. Nothin’...
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Clementine's Creamery Named To Oprah's O List For 'Sexiest Ice Cream'

The November issue of The Oprah Magazine named its "Gooey Butter Cake" flavor the "Sexiest Ice Cream Alive."
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