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Hadah McCoy says goodbye to two of her dogs on Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2023, outside City Hall in Downtown St. Louis. McCoy and her husband had would be unable to bring all of their three dogs to the housing being offered to him, and that at least two would need to be kept by volunteers for the time being.
Tristen Rouse
St. Louis Public Radio
Forestry and Streets Divisions workers, with the help from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and some advocates, dismantled, bagged, and tagged a smattering of tents and belongings left from the encampment late Tuesday evening.
An Airstream with the StoryCorps painted in neon pink on the side.
Ryan Dorgan
St. Louis Public Radio will host the StoryCorps Mobile Booth from Sept. 14 to Oct. 20 at the Public Media Commons in Grand Center.
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