Looped In: Feb. 6 Edition

All the news you need for Monday, Feb. 6.

Good morning !

Welcome to the column that will help you get through the day. Every Monday through Friday, we'll tell you what's going on around town, what you need to know and where the traffic snags might be.

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  • Weather: Areas of fog before 9 a.m. Otherwise, cloudy through mid morning, then gradual clearing, with a high near 50. West wind between 3 and 9 mph, according to the National Weather Service.

In case you missed it

  • Politicians held an event Saturday night to in Missouri.
  • The boys basketball team against Rockwood Summit.

Coming up today

  • The Returning Artist program begins this week. We'll have details at 8 a.m. The is Thursday night.
  • Missouri holds a primary on Tuesday. We'll have what you need to know for the election.
  • iBooks are becoming increasingly popular. At 6 p.m. Patch will have a look at how area universities, including , are dealing with the virtual versus the actual.

Around the web

  • Deb Peterson of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch profiled Steve Zwolak, the executive director of the .
  • The St. Louis Beacon reports that a judge has ruled in favor of a new redistricting map of legislative districts. The ruling impacts the districts of Rep. William Lacy Clay and Rep. Russ Carnahan, who had been redistricted into the same district.


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