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Rams give fans a chance to win $100,000

ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The St. Louis Rams are giving fans the chance to win $100,000 if they can correctly predict all 17 weeks of the 2014 regular season schedule. In order to win, fans must correctly select the opponent, location, and day of each game, including the bye week.

In the event of a tie, a trivia contest will be held to determine the winner of “Guess Our Game” contest.

There will be only one winner for the contest and only one entry per person.

To enter the contests, go to www.stlouisrams.com/guessourgames. The contest started Monday, April 14th and will end on April 21, 2014 at 11:59 a.m.

For details and official rules the contest, click on here.

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Missing 13-year-old Troy teenager found

UPDATE: The Troy, Missouri police department is reporting 13-year-old Tyler Herron has been found safe.

TROY, MO (KTVI) – Police are on the lookout for a missing 13-year-old. Tyler Herron was last seen Sunday night at around 10pm near his family’s home.

Police say Tyler is 5’2”, 95 pounds, with dark blond hair, and green eyes. He was last seen wearing a gray hooding, jeans and blue shoes. He has in his possession some clothes in a backpack and a Playstation 3.

If you have seen Tyler or know of his whereabouts call the Troy Missouri Police at 636-528-4725 or call the Lincoln County 911 at their non-emergency 636-528-6100.

Coldwater Creek closing St. Louis stores

(KTVI) – Coldwater Creek, the women’s clothing chain has filed for bankruptcy and will close all ‘Coldwater Creek’ stores by the summer. Clearance sales will be coming soon, as the retailer liquidates its inventory.

‘Coldwater Creek’ has stores in Fairview Heights, at the St. Louis Galleria, West County Center, and at the Meadows at Lake St. Louis.

Wentzville police chief suing government officials for harrassment

WENTZVILLE, MOM (KTVI) – The Wentzville police chief is suing the mayor, 2 alderwomen and St. Charles County Prosecutor Tim Lohmar. Chief Lisa Harrison contends city officials and Lohmar conducted what she calls a “gender-based harassment campaign” to discredit her.

Lohmar denies the allegations and calls the lawsuit quote “an absolute abuse of the legal system.”

Mayor Nick Guccione says he won’t comment because he hasn’t seen the lawsuit.

Lincoln County charges man with statutory sodomy

LINCOLN COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – Lincoln County has charged 40-year-old Darren Richard Mills of Lincoln County with two counts of Statutory Sodomy First Degree for having sex with a minor under the age of 12.

Mills was arrested Wednesday after the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department learned of a sexual assault upon a boy less than 12-years-old.

Bond for Mills has been set t $250,000 cash only. He is currently being held at the Lincoln County Jail.

Police: Man’s thumb drive contained over 1,900 child porn images, 200 videos

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(KTVI) – Troy, Mo police have arrested a man they say sexually exploited a child.

Jeremy Ray Hobbs of Jefferson County is charged with Sexual Exploitation of a Minor and is being held without bond.  According to police, a thumb drive reportedly belonging to Hobbs was found in an apartment once rented by the 34-year-old.

Authorities say the thumb drive contained over 1900 images and 200 videos of child pornography.   During the investigation, detectives were able to conclude that some of the photos were taken of a young male in the home of a relative in May of 2011.

Laclede Gas extends cold weather rule through April

ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Laclede Gas is extending the cold weather rule through April to allow eligible customers who have fallen behind on their gas bills from this year’s cold winter to continue service, restore service, and arrange a payment plan.

Normally the cold weather rule is only in effect from November to March, but rule is being extended voluntarily by Laclede Gas.

If you have any questions or need to set-up a payment plan, call 314-621-6960 in St. Louis or 1-800-887-4173 elsewhere.